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Climate Change Adaptation in Grenada: Water Resources, Coastal Ecosystems and Renewable Energy (2012)

This report presents the results of a study conducted for Grenada under the UNDESA project. The pilot study focuses on three priority areas: water resources, coastal ecosystems and renewable energy systems. The priorities were selected following a systematic approach using analytical tools to help Grenada in the comprehensive assessment of potential impacts from climate change. It identifies the best potential courses of action to hedge for and adapt to these critical impact areas. The analytical work contributes to the knowledge base to support implementation of climate change adaptation/mitigation projects and the elaboration of project proposals for financial and technical assistance.


Area of interest: Grenada

 Year: 2012 

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