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Grenada Protected Areas System Gap Assessment First Workshop (2006)

At the 7th Conference of the Parties (COP-7) of the Convention on Biological Diversity     
(CBD) in 2004, governments adopted an ambitious Program of Work on Protected     
Areas (PoW). In adopting this PoW, Governments called for rapid “affirmative action”     
to address the lack of Protected Areas across the globe.

At COP7, a group of 8 international NGOs committed to support the governments in     
the implementation of this PoW. As a result of this commitment, The Nature     
Conservancy signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Government of     
Grenada, in which parties commit to work together in the implementation of this     
program of work. This MOU is commonly known as the Protected Area National     
Implementation Support Partnership (NISP).      

Area of interest: Grenada

Year: 2006

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