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DECR Urges Members Of The Public To Take Part In CBCL Online Survey


Lormeka Williams, Director of the Department of Environment & Coastal Resources (DECR).

The Department of Environment and Coastal Resources (DECR) is urging members of the public to engage in the CBCL Engineering and Environmental Design Services online survey on climate vulnerabilities.


The DECR is working with the consulting firm CBCL, to develop a climate vulnerability and adaptive capacity matrix with focus on key social and gender-based vulnerabilities.


In addition, CBCL is conducting an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) for three coastal protection developments to mitigate any negative social and environmental impacts of the proposed works.


These three coastal protection projects are being done in Providenciales, Grand Turk, and Salt Cay. As a part of the study, a questionnaire about this work is being circulated to obtain comments and feedback from community members and business owners in the Turks and Caicos.


The survey will enable CBCL to better mitigate against any negative environmental and social impacts, while also ensuring that the solution is beneficial for users.

The DECR said it would greatly appreciate if members of the public could complete the survey and also share with others in Turks and Caicos Islands.

The questionnaire link can be obtained on the DECR's social media platforms: https://cbcl.mysocialpinpoint.com/tci-crva-esia; Facebook: @DECR Environmental Education & Outreach; Instagram: @DECRTCI

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