Saint Lucia


The beautiful island of Saint Lucia and its waters provide ecosystem services that buffer the impacts of storms and climate change, provide residents with valuable natural resources and opportunities for sustainable livelihoods, and support economically important agriculture and tourism industries.

The Caribbean Biodiversity Fund supports the island through a wide range of both marine and terrestrial conservation-related activities including protected area management, environmental education and awareness, local community engagement and alternative sustainable livelihoods.

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Marine Protected Area

Local Partners and Beneficiaries

With funding from the Caribbean Biodiversity Fund, implementing organizations execute projects on the ground to create meaningful positive impact within the region.
EbA Grant

University of the West Indies – Centre for Resource Management and Environmental Studies

EbA Grant

The Centre for Livelihoods, Ecosystems, Energy, Adaptation and Resilience in the Caribbean

EbA Grant

Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture


Saint Lucia National Conservation Fund

Our Work in the Country

Financing from the Caribbean Biodiversity Fund is used to protect the high degree of biodiversity, species endemism and productive coastal and nearshore habitats in Saint Lucia that has made it an internationally recognized biodiversity hotspot.

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