FEEDBACK
Jump to content

Grenada

Grenada
  • Capital: St. George's
  • Population: 107818
  • Size: 344.0 Km2

Check the most recent online additions, updated daily.

Content from selected partners can be found by following the relevant links in the central panel below - or check out our editor's selection of the best sector specific information from other websites.

The BLDS print collection
The BLDS print collection

Browse all the latest print documents from the British Library of Development Studies... 

Latest from Eldis Online


Items 21 to 30 of 70

Development of coastal erosion hazard maps: Grenada
Caribbean Disaster Emergency Response Agency, Barbados 2006
Coastal beach erosion hazard maps for twenty selected bays in Grenada, with one bay, namely Grand Anse Bay mapped at high-resolution. These maps reveal the long-term trends around the coast of Grenada. An initial mission to the...
Grenada national climate change policy and action 2007-2011
Global Environment Facility 2007
Under Annex 4, the 2nd edition of Grenada's Climate Change Policy and Action Plan (2007-2011) is included. It was developed at a National Roundtable on Climate Change that was held on April 05, 2007.
Grenada growth and poverty reduction strategy 2012-2015
Global Environment Facility 2011
The Growth and Poverty Reduction Strategy (GPRS) articulates the Government of Grenada’s strategic vision for promoting economic growth and significantly reducing poverty in Grenada, Carriacou and Petit Martinique. The strategy ...
Grenada Protected Area System Plan Part 2
K. Mitchell / Global Environment Facility 2009
This part of Grenada’s overall plan for a system of protected areas, Part 2, is a companion document to the July 2009, Grenada Protected Area System Plan-Part 1. It is intended to be read as part of that plan but approval...
Climate-smart agriculture in Grenada - supplementary material
A. Halliday / World Bank 2014
This document provides supplementary material for the Climate-Smart Agriculture publication (2014) which sets out a climate-smart agriculture (CSA) concept for Grenada. This publication is a product of the collaborative effort ...
Climate and development resources Grenada
L. Muray / Government of Grenada 2015
Report showcasing quality documents on climate change and development for Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, as part of the project, Improving Access to Online Knowledge Resources on Climate and Development Phase 3. The ...
Nutrient and sediment inputs of the Beausejour river: and the impacts it may have on the adjacent coral reef system in the Moliniere Beausejour Marine Protected Area
S. Nimrod; C. Franco; C. Andrews / Organization of the American States 2013
A major problem facing coral reefs in the Moliniere Beausejour Marine Protected Area (MBMPA) of Grenada is macroalgae overgrowth and their deleterious effects on corals. Reduced herbivory from overfishing and excess nutrients a...
Climate-smart agriculture in Grenada
World Bank 2015
This document sets out a climate-smart agriculture (CSA) concept for Grenada which aims to improve the integration of agriculture development and climate responsiveness. The plantation-based agriculture typical of Grenada&rsquo...
Grenada: National progress report on the implementation of the Hyogo Framework for Action (2011-2013)
B. Peters / Government of Grenada 2013
Resource constraints, both human and financial represents one of the fundamental hindrances to disaster risk reduction programming at national, sectoral and community levels. This has been negatively impacted by the global fina...
Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique land policy issues
E. Niles / United Nations Human Settlements Programme 2013
This report presents the findings from the synthesis of national land related issues in Grenada and establishes the baseline systemic and institutional capacity for land policy development. The report identifies the technical g...
Items 21 to 30 of 70

We are currently looking for new documents from this country to feature on Eldis. Please contact us if you have any suggestions.