Review and develop policies and a legal framework to support coordinated retreat from high-risk areas.
Assign responsibilities to the state and private landowners for the decommissioning of properties that are at high risk from sea level rise, storm surge, flooding and land slippage.
In consultation with the relevant stakeholders, establish gender sensitive and socially inclusive indicators for objective decision-making with respect to retreat from vulnerable areas.
Revisit set-back regulations to ensure their adequacy with respect to assessed current and future climate-related risks.
Incorporate climate vulnerability analysis into land use development plans as well as tourism master plans.
Where necessary, develop new climate-informed national land use plans for Saint Lucia.
Undertake national-level consultations with government ministries and community-based organizations to arrive at a socially inclusive national consensus on future development zones.