Grant Awardee - Adaptation Fund

Project Name: “An integrated approach to physical adaptation and community resilience in the Antigua and Barbuda’s Northwest McKinnon’s Watershed”

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Grant Awardee - Enhanced Direct Access

“Integrated physical adaptation and community resilience through an enhanced direct access pilot in the public, private, civil society sectors of three Eastern Caribbean Small Island Developing States”.

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Investment Assistance To Transition

Electric Landscaping Equipment

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Sargassum Briefing

2021

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SIRF Awardees

Sunnyside Tutorial

General Description - Project seeks to ensure that schools are able to open as soon as possible after a hurricane by install Grid-Interactive PV Systems on schools. The project will encourage more awareness about environmental sustainability and renewable energy through the Whole school education campaigns produced and committed to by schools, produce environmental management systems reports which will inform institutions of what adaptation measures they can adopt to be more resilient (in keeping with the EPMA), identify GHG emissions sources on schools - to contribute towards mitigating against climate change. Finally, it will collate lessons learnt for smoother scaling up of the project and share them with the other countries in the OECS who are working towards making their schools more resilient, since the region shares the same climate change effects/ challenges.

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EIA Jumby Bay Beach Silt Removal and Replacement

Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) Jumby Bay Beach Silt Removal and Replacement

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Grant Awardee - Enhanced Direct Access

Project Name: “Integrated physical adaptation and community resilience through an enhanced direct access pilot in the public, private, civil society sectors of three Eastern Caribbean Small Island Developing States”.  

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EIA Jumby Bay Beach Silt Removal and Replacement

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The sea has “grazers” like cattle. These are parrotfish and urchins, and they keep corals free from algae that can poison and kill coral reefs.

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