St. Kitts and Nevis appears to be addressing adaptation to climate change through participation in a relatively low number of regional projects. Such regional projects include the Caribbean Planning for Adaptation to Climate Change (CPACC) Project (1997-2001). The CPACC project involved the formation of economic/regulatory proposals in St. Kitts and Nevis in order to demonstrate the design and utility of economic and regulatory approaches in coastal and marine resources management in response to threats of sea level rise. The successor of the CPACC project was the Mainstreaming Adaptation to Climate Change: Caribbean Community (MACC) project (2003-2009). The MACC project components aimed to build in-country capacity to formulate and analyze adaptation policy options and finalize sectoral adaptation strategies for participating countries, as well as to strengthen data collection and information access through technical assistance and capacity building. The National Adaptation Strategy (NAS) was adopted for the period 2006-2013 in response to the closure of the sugar cane industry in 2005. It identified environmental management as an integral component of overall national development. The focus areas of the NAS included, among others, agriculture, coastal zone and water. Another focus was to reduce vulnerability and promote sustainable growth of the economy. The country’s Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC, 2016) states that it will develop comprehensive resilience plans for the water, agriculture, and coastal infrastructure sectors as part of their overall adaptation plan.