The Strategic Environmental Assessment describes, identifies and assesses the likely significant impacts and implications of the implementation of the Sea Defence Sector Programme and Sector Policy Framework. In short, this Strategic Environmental Assessment provides:
Under the framework of the Global Climate Change Alliance Plus (GCCA+) flagship initiative of the European Union and responding to a need identified by the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC), the European Commission Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development
The Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) of the National Sugar Adaptation Strategy (NAS) for Trinidad and Tobago examines the net environmental, social and economic negative impacts and positive effects of the planned activities in the development of the sugar properties (76,000 acres formerl
Guyana is a country that has benefited from the provisions of the European Union (EU)/ACP Sugar Protocol, allowing it to export a quota of sugar to the EU market at a guaranteed price. In 2006, the EU Common Organisation of the markets in the sugar sector was reformed.