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Sustainable Development Unit

    The Sustainable Development Unit (SDU) at the DOE was set up in July 2006 to spearhead the formation of a national policy-level strategy for sustainable development.This was in reaction to the expanding advisory nature of the DOE on environmental best practices and obligations under various Multilateral Environmental Agreements that require integration of physical, economic, social and environmental development planning policies. To date the SDU has worked on a National Sustainable Development Framework, draft National Conservation Law, the draft Grand Cayman Development Plan, revised National Tourism Management Policy, Go East Initiative, National Assessment of Living Conditions study and Public Health Review, the Enhancing Climate Change Adaptation in the Caribbean (ECACC) project, implementation of the Kyoto Protocol, and continues to advise on planning and coastal works applications.

    Reports and Information – Click image to download

    SDU Newsletter
    SDU Newsletter 1
    SDU Newsletter
    SDU Newsletter 2
    SDU Newsletter
    SDU Newsletter 3
    SDU Newsletter
    SDU Newsletter 4
    SDU Newsletter
    SDU Newsletter 5
    SDU Newsletter
    SDU Newsletter 6
    SDU Newsletter
    SDU Newsletter 7
    SDU Newsletter
    SDU Newsletter 10
    SDU Newsletter
    Energy Saving Checklist
    Digital Footprint
    Reducing Your Office Footprint Part 1 – Energy
    SDU Climate Change
    Cayman Climate Change Work Group
    Climate Change Workshop Report
    Climate Change Workshop Report
    ECACC Project
    ECACC Project – Launch
    ECACC Project
    ECACC Project – Report
    Tyndall Center - Report
    Tyndall Center, Lessons Learned – Report
    Tyndall Center - Report
    Tyndall Center, Natural Hazards – Report