Grenada joined the NDC Partnership in February 2018 and appointed Focal Points in the Ministry of Finance and Energy and the Ministry of Climate Resilience, the Environment, Forestry, Fisheries, Disaster Management and Information. As a Small Island Developing State, Grenada is particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, as evidenced by the impacts of extreme weather events and the occurrences of increased forest fires, crop loss, water shortages, and incidence of pests and diseases occurring in recent years. As such, Grenada recognizes the need to reduce its vulnerability and strengthen the resilience of its land and people to the projected impacts of climate change. To tackle these challenges, Grenada has recently undertaken its technology needs assessments with focus on building resilience in the water, agriculture and tourism sectors. In addition, the country has finalized its National Climate Change Adaptation Plan. Both documents and their findings will be a key foundation for the development of Grenada’s NDC Partnership Plan, expected in 2019.