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The Nature Conservancy, Dominican Republic


TNC globally works at more than 40 demonstration sites worldwide to use nature-based defenses to reduce communities’ risks to storms and protect and restore important coastal areas, engaging the insurance/reinsurance sectors and global banks and lenders to make natural infrastructure part of any coastal development insurance and lending decisions and partnering with engineering firms to include nature in new development designs. In At the Water's Edge project in Grenada, TNC piloted its first hybrid coral reef structure in order to reduce the impacts of wave energy on Grenville beach, thereby allowing the country to restore this area for recreation purposes. In addition, TNC has experience both in the Caribbean and Pacific regions at mangrove and reef restoration to reduce the impacts of climate change.

Adaptation Phase
  • Assessment
  • Implementation
  • Planning
  • Sharing Lessons
Sector Addressed
  • Conservation / Restoration
  • Disaster Risk Management
  • Policy
  • Research
  • Tourism / Recreation
  • Water Resources
Service Type
  • Change Policy and Law
  • Communicate and Engage
  • Fund and Invest
  • Measure and Learn
  • Plan
  • Shift Management Practices and Recurring Behavior
  • International
  • United States
  • Hawaii & Pacific Islands
  • Northwest
  • Southwest
  • Central
  • Midwest
  • Northeast
  • Mid-Atlantic
  • Southeast & Caribbean

Solutions Offered

Work Experience
Vulnerability Assessments, policy briefs, Ecosystem-based adaptation interventions on the ground, media campaigns on resilience, Caribbean Biodiversity Fund board member, Caribbean Challenge Initiative promoter, unmanned aerial and surface vehicle use for mapping of areas.