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Enhancing Environmental Management Legal And Policy Frameworks In Grenada

Source: CANARI; May 4, 2018

Background

CANARI is facilitating the development of  National Forest Policy and Strategic Plan and Revised Environmental Management Act 2014.  This activity is part of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Global Climate Change Alliance Project on Climate Change Adaptation and Sustainable Land Management in the Eastern Caribbean (the iLAND Resilience – Promoting a Climate for Change) funded by the European Union.  Background papers, workshop reports and draft environmental frameworks are available through the links below.

Background paper

Report of First National Workshop  (December 2017)

The revised Grenada National Forest Policy and Strategic Plan and revised Protected Area, Forest and Wildlife Act are currently being drafted based on the outputs of the December 2017 Workshop. Stakeholders are invited to submit further comments and suggestions for revisions of the documents. Please review the original documents below and email your suggestions to Dr. Natalie Boodram at natalie@canari.org by May 18th  2018.

National Forest Policy and Strategic Plan (1999) currently under revision

Draft Protected Area, Forest and Wildlife Act and supporting Regulations (2003) currently under revision

Stakeholders are also invited to input to a Rapid assessment of the implementation of the 1999 Forest Policy and Strategic Plan. Please download and complete the sections of the Rapid Assessment you have information on e.g. the projects and programmes you have been involved in. Please also share your opinion on the key questions asked. Please email the completed assessment to natalie@canari.org by May 18th  2018.

 


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