Module III: Sustainable land-use, zoning, transport and mobility


  • Richard Huber, Organization of American States.
  • Mrs. Ruleta Camacho Thomas. Deputy Director, Department of Environment, Ministry of Health and the Environment.
  • Mrs. Delamine Andrew-Williams



  • Relationship between land use and transportation.National physical development plan/zoning Development Control Authority (DCA) plan. National Coastal Zone Management Policy.

  • Public Transit systems for sustainable cities. Case studies from the Americas.(1)Managing risks to the coastal communities of Vieux Fort, Saint Lucia and the Pointe Sable Environmental Protection Area from natural hazards in the coastal zone and vulnerability to climate change. (2) Introduce Sustainable Transportation for St. KittsNevis with the use of facilities for non-motorized modes in Basseterre City. Develop a database for transportation statistics to inform policy and forecast needs to avoid potentially costly mitigation measures. Formulate a Transportation Plan as an element of the General Plan Framework or Master Plan for the country and implementation framework for redistribution of mode share, with emphasis on reducing traffic congestion, pollution, and cost to commuters

  • Module break-out groups in teams to prepare policy and technology initiatives "managing a sustainable city".

  • Discussion and summary of key points.


Delamine Andrew-Williams

Department of Environment

Sustainable Waste System: Antigua Proposals.


Mr. Richard Huber

Chief, Biodiversity, Lands, and Sustainable Cities Section, Department of Sustainable Development, OAS

Public Transit systems for sustainable cities. Cases studies from Americas.


Kina Nicholas

Project Officer

Pointe Sable Environmental Protection Area (PSEPA).


Gari Gore

Interim Chairman

Marine Ecosystems Protected Area Trust (MEPA).


Dr. Leighton Naraine

Director-Employee, Program Development, and Research Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College

Sustainable Transport Solutions for Basseterre, St. Kitts.


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