Government
of Saint Lucia
NAVIGATION
ST LUCIA
welcome

Saint Lucia launches Climate Change Research Strategy 2020-2030

Green Climate Fund

Saint Lucia’s National Adaptation Plan (NAP) has been defined as a ten (10)-year process (2018–2028), consisting of priority cross-sectoral and sectoral adaptation measures for eight key sectors/areas and a segment on the “limits to adaptation,” complemented incrementally with Adaptation Strategies & Action Plans for priority sectors/thematic areas. Priority sectors/thematic areas for adaptation action include: Water; Agriculture; Fisheries; Infrastructure and Spatial Planning; Natural Resource Management/Resilient Ecosystems (terrestrial, coastal, and marine); Education; Health and Tourism. Other key sectors/thematic areas will be identified through a cyclical, iterative NAP process.


Saint Lucia’s NAP process is spearheaded by the Sustainable Development and Environment Division (SDED) of the Department of Sustainable Development (DSD), currently housed within the Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations, and Sustainable Development. The NAP process has benefited from the inputs of multiple stakeholders, comprising public, statutory, academic, and private sector bodies. Indeed, this process has involved both state and non-state actors, such as media personnel, who play an important role in helping
efforts to positively influence thinking, mould outcomes, change behaviour, and instigate action across the populace at all levels.

Read more

All the latest news on Climate Change in Saint Lucia

Applications

Tool and applications
Standalone Application

No Objections Procedure

The purpose of the no-objection procedure is to ensure that project or programme proposals that are being put forward to the GCF have genuine country ownership and stakeholder buy-in and that those projects or programmes are contributing to achieving national climate targets, strategies, priorities and plans.

Be educated
Be informed

Finance Tracking Application

Pellentesque sit amet quam sodales, luctus ipsum nec, gravida elit. Donec porttitor metus at justo suscipit, ac semper dolor rutrum. Sed id feugiat ex. Nullam in elit vel turpis fringilla maximus. Vivamus fermentum eu nunc ut condimentum.

Be educated
Pellentesque

Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV)

Pellentesque sit amet quam sodales, luctus ipsum nec, gravida elit. Donec porttitor metus at justo suscipit, ac semper dolor rutrum. Sed id feugiat ex. Nullam in elit vel turpis fringilla maximus. Vivamus fermentum eu nunc ut condimentum.

.
Monitoring what's needed
GCF’s

Independent Redress Mechanism (IRM)

GCF’s

Procedures & Requirements

GCF

Policies

Learn about

Climate Finance Tracking

BE EDUCATED

What you need to know

Saint Lucia’s NAP process is spearheaded by the Sustainable Development and Environment Division (SDED) of the Department of Sustainable Development (DSD), currently housed within the Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations, and Sustainable Development. The NAP process has benefited from the inputs of multiple stakeholders, comprising public, statutory, academic, and private sector bodies. Indeed, this process has involved both state and non-state actors, such as media personnel, who play an important role in helping
efforts to positively influence thinking, mould outcomes, change behaviour, and instigate action across the populace at all levels.