Grenada Authorized Sand Mining at 2 Beaches to Small Projects

Grenada Authorized Sand Mining at 2 Beaches to Small Projects

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Coastal erosion, Grenada shoreline near St David. The Galby and Grand Bacolet beach in St David area have been identified for sand mining. Photo source: ©© Mjr Phule

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While Grenada banned sand mining in 2009, an amendment to the law allows the environment minister to make certain exceptions, and now the government has declared two beaches open to sand mining.

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