Member Since Feb 2018
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 pests and diseases in recent years. To reduce its vulnerability and strengthen its climate resiliency and has made significant steps to do so. In August 2019, Grenada finalized a Partnership Plan for NDC implementation, outlining immediate needs in key NDC sectors and aligning the Plan with its long-term Sustainable Development Vision, National Adaptation Plan, and the IMF Climate Change Policy Assessment. Grenada has taken a joint approach to NDC implementation and enhancement. The next step to begin implementation of the Partnership Plan is to gather partners' support.
Ministry of Climate Resilience, the Environment, Forestry, Disaster Management, and Information and Ministry of Finance
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Current Stage of Country Engagement
Stage 4: Partnership Plan Implementation
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