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AN OVERVIEW by Winston Bennett, Project Manager Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC). SPECIAL ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE (SPACC) PROJECT Caribbean. SPACC Project Participating Countries. Commonwealth of Dominica; Saint Lucia; and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

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AN OVERVIEW

by

Winston Bennett, Project Manager

Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC)

SPECIAL ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE (SPACC) PROJECTCaribbean


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Project Participating Countries

Commonwealth of Dominica;

Saint Lucia; and

St. Vincent and the Grenadines.


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Project Development Objectives

To support efforts by Dominica, Saint Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines to implement specific (integrated) pilot adaptation measures addressing primarily, the impacts of climate change on their natural resource base, focused on biodiversity and land degradation along coastal and near-coastal areas


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Project Management Structure

Funding Institution – Global Environmental Facility (GEF)

Implementing Agency – World Bank

Executing Agency – Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC)


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Project Management Structure (continued)

Project Manager based at CCCCC in Belize

Permanent Secretaries from Ministries of Environment from participating countries

National Focal Point (NFP) from participating countries

Project Coordinators based in each of the participation countries and

NGOs, CBOs from participating countries


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Financing PlanUS Dollars

TOTAL COST - $5.44 million

GEF - $2.10 Million

Governments of three participating countries - $1.50 Million ($0.50 Million each)

Meteorological Research Institute (MRI) of Japan - $1.39 Million

International Conservation Union (IUCN) - $0.13 Million

Government of Italy (GOI) - $0.32 Million

Others to be determined - $0.00


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Project Components

Component 1

Identification, Evaluation, Selection and Design of priority adaptation measures addressing impacts of climate change on biodiversity and land degradation

Total cost US$1.5 million:

GEF funding US$0.2 million)


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Project Components

Component 2

Implementation of Adaptation Measures

Total cost US$2.35 million:

GEF funding US$1.5 million)


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Project Component 2

Sub-Component 1

Coordination of adaptation measures in the participating countries

Sub-Component 2

Implementation of adaptation measures in the biodiverse Morne Diablotin National Park and its Neighboring Communities (Dominica) identified in updated management plan under component

Sub-Component 3

Morne Trois Pitons National Park Integrated Ecosystem Management in Dominica


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Project Component 2 (continued)

Sub-Component 4

Sustainability of Water Resources and Supply of the Vieux-Fort Region of Saint Lucia

Sub-Component 5

Strengthened critical coastal infrastructure in the Castries area of Saint Lucia

Sub-Component 6

Integrated Ecosystem Approach to Climate Change in Bequia and Union Islands (St. Vincent and the Grenadines)

Sub-Component 7

Climate Change Risk Management for Spring Village (St. Vincent and the Grenadines


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Project Components

Component 3

Strengthen national capacity to implement multiple Multi-lateral environmental Agreements MEA)

Total cost US$0.78 million:

GEF funding US$0.2 million)


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Project Components

Component 4

Project Management

Total cost US$0.82 million:

GEF funding US$0.2 million)


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Project Key Performance Indicators

Preserve the ecosystem functioning in Morne Diablotin and Morne Trois Pitons National Parks in Dominica

Maintain the health of coastal ecosystems in the Vieux Fort area

Incorporate lessons from strengthening of key infrastructure into local hazards management plan and building guidelines in Saint Lucia

Stabilize population of 25 ha of remaining Black Mangrove (Avicennia sp) stands in Union Island


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Project Key Performance Indicators (continued)

Complete Bequia island integrated natural resource management plan, including climate change concerns and incorporate into national planning process.

Stabilize diversity of coral reefs and associated species

GEF uses the lessons learned in at least one GEF adaptation project and applies the experience with performance indicators by incorporating them into adaptation guidelines for adaptation


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Project Start Up

August 2006 – Project Approval

February 2007 – Project Effectiveness

April 2007 – Procurement Plan Approved

May 2007 – Project Manager Assigned

May 2007 – Project Initiation Meeting

August 2007 – Operations Manual Approved

November 2007 – Field Visit to Pre-identify Measures

Jan – April 2008 three National Coordinators recruited


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Progress to Date

In Bequia a potable water system powered by renewable energy has been identified and designed

In Saint Lucia engineering guidelines have been devloped to be incorporated into the building codes of the country

Also in Saint Lucia a wastewater recycling and rain water irrigation system will be co-financed by a hotel resort and the project

In Dominica five pilots have been identified


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Lessons Learned

Adaptation is costly

Capacity to implement in theses three countries is still limited

A level of uncertainity exist about understanding of what adaptation is among stakeholders


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

SPACC Project

Contact Information

THE CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY

CLIMATE CHANGE CENTRE

2nd Floor, Lawrence Nicholas Bldg.

P.O. Box 563

Bliss Parade,

Belmopan City, Belize

Tel: +501-822-1094/1104

Fax: +501-822-1365

Website: www.caribbeanclimate.bz


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SPACC Project Lima Peru 22 Jan 2009

MUCHAS GRACIASTHANK YOU!


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