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Now Renewable Energy Charged Electric Cars Qualify for Carbon Credits. climate change 1

A panel overseeing the United Nations\' carbon market powering electric vehicles from new renewable energy sources can make an important contribution to the response to climate change.
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New Tool Sheds Light on Global Geothermal Energy Potentials renewable energy 1 1

Uganda has not utilized its geothermal energy potential because of high exploration and investments costs. The costs may soon go down with a new tool launched to help countries investigate their geothermal potential.
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Solar powered plane to make maiden flight. aviation 3 1

The plane dubbed solar Impulse 2 (Si2) was initiated by Swiss National Bertrand Piccard also known to have been the first to make non-stop round the world balloon flight.
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Oil price slump will not risk clean energy push say experts fuel prices 2 1

Falling oil prices will not impact global efforts to develop renewable energy sources, say experts at the renewable energy conference in Abu Dhabi.
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Pump Fuel prices may drop says Minister. petrol 1

D\' Ujang in an interview says the fuel prices may fall as government makes the next round of fuel importation.
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Makerere don warns of Kampala's glass buildings climate change 2

Glass curtain walls and facades are seen as signs of modernity and progress, but they are inappropriate for our tropical climate.
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Media Owners on the Spot over Media Rights journalism 2 1

Uganda Human Rights Commission (UHRC) says quality journalism is on the decline in Uganda despite an increase in the number of media outlets. Media owners have also been accused for violating rights of the journalists in the country.
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Experts Warn Of Tough Times As Greenhouse Gas Levels Increase floods 3

Scientists say the world should prepare for severe and irreversible impacts of climate change as greenhouse gases reach the highest level. The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in its report released on Sunday warns that greenhouse gas levels are at their highest in 800,000 years, with recent increases mostly due to the burning of fossil fuels.
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Climate Change Lessens Size of Fish from Uganda's Lakes tilapia fish uganda 3

The study, conducted on Lake Wamala in Central Uganda and Lake Kawi in Eastern Uganda shows that climate change has particularly affected the size of Tilapia fish. The Lakes are suspected to have gained higher temperatures which are stressing some of the fish species like Tilapia.
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