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Grenada: Blue Growth Coastal Master Plan

Blue Grenada Master plan is a draft integrated spatial plan for the marine and coastal environments and the economic activities they can support sustainably for the island of Grenada through  the Integrated coastal zone management (ICZM) that is a comprehensive approach to the management of the coastal zone that takes account of all of the activities that affect the coastal zone and its resources, dealing with economic and social issues as well as environmental and ecological concerns.   Grenada depends largely on tourism as a viable industry to support its economic activities and is one of the world’s leading producers of spices also, ranks second worldwide in the nutmeg market, accounting for 20% of the global supply, and also exports mace, cinnamon and cloves. Over the last quarter- century it has developed a tourism-based service economy, and it now brands itself as “Pure Grenada: The Spice of the Caribbean" Moreover, the plan has the potential to place Grenada at the forefront of blue innovation.

Year: 2016
Author: World Bank
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