Assessing sustainable “green boat” practices of water taxi operators in the Grenadines for caribbean LME
The Grenadines is an island chain in the Windward Islands of the West Indies. The islands are situated between mainland St. Vincent and Grenada and lie across the boundary of the countries of St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Grenada. The coastal and marine ecosystems of all the Grenadine islands are of considerable value to the national economies and quality of life. Residents depend on the resources for their livelihoods through various activities. Water taxiing is an important form of employment in the Grenadines that services both the tourism industry and the local transportation system.
12 Apr 2010 by iwlearn
Small island developing States