Strengthening climate resilience: The case of Grenada

Abstract

Grenada is a Small Island Developing State (SID) which has been affected by hurricanes in recent years, and by other storm surges, tropical depressions, flooding and landslides, which have damaged roads and infrastructure. The Grenada story looks at how the government has used the Strategic Program for Climate Resilience (SPCR) to set the country on a path of mainstreaming climate resilient poverty reduction and sustainable development, through multilateral finance and technical support.

Citation

Prescod Dalrymple, S. Strengthening climate resilience: The case of Grenada. Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN), (2012) 6 pp. [Inside Stories on climate compatible development]

Strengthening climate resilience: The case of Grenada

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