sNAPshot | Strategic Communications for the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Process in Saint Lucia
Clear, purposeful communication with government and non-government stakeholders throughout the NAP process is critical to reflecting the priorities of the diverse groups and individuals affected by climate change.
A strategic approach to communications—in which key messages are tailored for priority audiences and delivered through the most appropriate communications channels to reach those audiences—can improve how governments engage citizens throughout their NAP process.
Building on an overview brief on strategic communications for NAP processes, this sNAPshot country brief looks at how the Government of Saint Lucia is using communications to support their NAP process.
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