Land-use planning and watershed restoration for Small Island Developing States
The GEF-IWCAM project, which held its final conference in 2011, focused on development and governance issues related to watershed and coastal issues in 13 Caribbean countries.
From a sample demonstration project document:
The GEF-IWCAM Demonstration Project on the island of Tobago in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) was intended to alleviate some of the causes of environmental degradation in the Courland Watershed and Buccoo Reef area. Problems included acute land and marine based sources of pollution. To this end the project proposed addressing both the direct and root causes of the problems by developing cost-effective and appropriate reception, storage and treatment strategies for domestic wastewater; developing treatment and discharge requirements and practices for industrial wastes; and orchestrating an integrated watershed management approach targeted at improving land-use practices.