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This paper provides an analysis of the current watershed, water resources and coastal zone management issues in Grenada pursuant to Grenada’s obligations on the Global Environment Facility approved Project entitled “Integrating Management of Watersheds and Coastal Areas in Small Island Watersheds and Coastal Areas in Small Island Developing States in the Caribbean.
This booklet outlines the natural and human forces which impact beach erosion, the historic rate of change between 1985 and 1999 in Grenada, and practical steps to help.
The constitution was approved by the House of Representatives and Senate, and signed by the Queen upon the advice of here Privy Council.
The project is aimed at developing National land banks in Grenada, St. Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines to promote food and nutrition security and support sustainable management of rural lands, in particular idle and underutilized lands. The project also aims to strengthen the capacity of staff of the Land Administration Divisions in each country to manage and operate the Land Banks, thereby promoting good governance of land tenure in the respective countries.