National policies and plans

2020
This document is the fourth National Adaptation Plan (NAP) strategy prioritized in 2017.
Saint Lucia - government
2018

The Sectoral Adaptation Strategy and Action Plan for the Fisheries Sector (Fisheries SASAP) 2018-2028 seeks to strengthen the sustainability of Saint Lucia’s fisheries and fishery-dependent businesses and the security of fisheries-dependent livelihoods

Saint Lucia - government
2018

The Sectoral Adaptation Strategy and Action Plan for the Agriculture Sector (Agriculture SASAP) 2018-2028 aims to facilitate the adoption and scaling up of climate-resilient agriculture in Saint Lucia. The Agriculture SASAP, funded with the support of the

Saint Lucia - government
2018

Saint Lucia’s Sectoral Adaptation Strategy and Action Plan for the Water Sector (Water SASAP) 2018-2028 seeks to reduce water-related risks induced by climate change and climate variability. The plan also aims to build the capacities of relevant actors

Saint Lucia - government
2018

Saint Lucia’s NAP is a 10-year process consisting of a plan with key cross-sectoral and sectoral adaptation measures presented in this document for eight sectors and areas. The plan's adaptation measures contribute to the achievement of 13 overarching

Saint Lucia - government
2018

This document outlines a project led by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office to support the OECS to develop, prepare to implement, and finance an Eastern Caribbean Climate Change Implementation Plan. The project considers both mitigation and adaptation

Organization of Eastern Caribbean States
2015

This project is a part of the overall European Union Global Climate Change Alliance (EU GCCA) Caribbean Support Project, which is being executed by the CCCCC. The EU GCCA Project aims to assist participating countries to develop the capacity to design and

Saint Lucia - government Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre
2015

The aim of this Climate Change Adaptation Policy (CCAP) is to foster and guide a national process of addressing the short, medium and long term effects of climate change in a co-ordinated, holistic and participatory manner in order to ensure that, to the

Saint Lucia - government
2013

The Plan of Action of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS), agreed upon at the 5th Summit of the Heads of State and/or Government of the Association of Caribbean States, addresses five main themes: (i) sustainable tourism; (ii) trade development and

Association of Caribbean States
2013

This declaration maintains the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) as a body for consultation, concerted action, co-operation while stressing the relevance of its work in the domains of trade, sustainable tourism, transport, disaster risk reduction, and

Association of Caribbean States