Video: Building the future we want – the Caribbean Challenge initiative in Grenada

Showcasing the Government leadership of Grenada to safeguard their marine and coastal environment for future generations.


The video highlights activities of UNEP’s Caribbean Environment Programme, funded by the Directorate General for Development Cooperation of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to support the development of a biologically-representative, functional network of marine protected areas (MPA), capable of adapting to climate change.

Previously on Green Antilles: Video: Fishermen’s stories in the Grenadines and Grenada, Video: Protecting Grenada’s Marine Life, and New marine protected area in Grenada.

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