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Secure Land Tenures For Communities to Fight Climate Change-MPS 1 3

The symposium noted that a person with insecure rights on a piece of land might not practice recommended climate adaptation and mitigation measures.
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Global Electric Car Sales Grow Strongly, 2024 Sales Set To Reach 17 Million Climate Change 3 2 Top story

By the end of 2023, electric car sales had reached 14 million representing 35% higher than the sales in 2022. China accounted for more than 60% of the global sales.
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Climate Ministers Meet In Denmark Over Next Climate Actions global warming 1 6

Uganda which holds the position of Chair of the Group of 77 and China (G77 +China) is being represented by State Minister for Environment, Beatrice Anywar.
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UVRI Goes Climate Smart, Gets 11.5bn Solar Energy Project Power 4 6

The equipment harvests solar energy during the day and stores it on a 930-kilowatt battery that is inter-switchable to get off the national grid when necessary. It is expected that with such an arrangement, the agency will significantly offset its energy bills.
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GEF Council Approves $1 Billion for Urgent Environmental Action Climate Change 1

It includes $530 million for Integrated Programs for the ocean, food systems, transportation infrastructure, and wildlife conservation.
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COP28: Climate Change is a Health Crisis

They observed that climate change is directly contributing to humanitarian emergencies spared by heatwaves, wildfires, floods, tropical storms and hurricanes. Those and similar climate shocks are only increasing in scale, frequency and intensity.
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Destruction of The Environment is An Offence against God-Pope Francis Climate Change 1 Top story

I am with you because climate change is “a global social issue and one intimately related to the dignity of human life .
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COP28: Countries Endorse Declaration On Food Systems And Climate Change slow food 1 Top story

The declaration comes amidst concerns that unsustainable food production and consumption patterns are a common thread, running through many of the greatest challenges facing humanity today.
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Citizens Support Compensating Low-income Countries Affected By Climate Change-Survey Loss and damage 1

Most respondents from the European Union, the United States, China and Japan believe their countries should compensate developing nations for climate change impacts.
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FAO Expert Warns Rainfall-Reliant Agriculture at Risk Irrigation 2

Dr. Zziwa points out that in Uganda, dry spells have become more prolonged, leading to decreased yields from plantations. In response to these challenges posed by climate change, he emphasized the importance of farmers embracing modern irrigation practices.
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UN Report Suggested Win-Win Synergies in Climate and Development Climate Change

It said achieving universal electricity access in sub-Saharan Africa by 2030 (SDG 7) would require an annual investment of USD 27 billion under existing climate policies
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Africa Climate Summit Opens in Nairobi PACJA 1 5 Top story

The organizers hope that this time around, they will come up with strategies for attracting climate finance to Africa rather than present Africa as a victim of floods, drought, and famine.
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Prosecutor Calls for Tougher Sentences On Illegal Charcoal Dealers Climate Change 1

Nyipir told the court on Thursday that the level of environmental destruction fueled by the growing commercial charcoal trade in the region is at an alarming level and needed a tougher sentence if the vice is to stop.
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Groundwater, Vital Resource Taken For Granted The World Bank 1 Top story

Uganda is among the countries where over 50% of the urban population depends on groundwater.
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Climate Change Deprives Ugandans of Basics Including Food -Study 1 4

“Sometimes when people talk about climate change, it is looked at as a topic for the elite and yet when it comes to taking climate action, it applies to every single person so it makes sense for every ordinary Ugandan to know those issues,” Marie Nanyanzi, Senior Program Officer, Twaweza East Africa, said.
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Ugandans Propose Tree Planting to Fight Climate Change –Study 4

According to the findings, 58% say government should planting trees or encourage people to do so at community level; 70% recommend tree planting government's action to fight climate change at national level; and 60% say individuals can plant trees or practice mixed farming to mitigate the effect of climate change.
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Justice Katureebe Tips Graduates to Improve Agricultural Productivity Through Research Climate Change 4 2

The former Chief Justice says the region is witnessing worsening climate change characterized by prolonged drought arguing that through academic research, farmers can be best informed on ways to gain better yields.
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Climate Change: EU, Atomic Agency Fear Abandoning Oil Would Cost Africa

IAEA Wartick called on financial institutions to rethink their bans on funding oil and particularly gas projects in Africa, fearing that it will this will fail the continent’s move towards renewable energy.
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Kasana-Luwero Diocese Invests in Cocoa Farming to Fight Climate Change, Unemployment 6 2

The diocese through Caritas Kasanaensis which is its social development arm has in this venture started by training 250 farmers on Cocoa production.
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