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Govt’s Must Integrate Bicycles in Transport Infrastructure Design After COVID-19 1 Top story

The COVID-19 crisis has cut off commutes, and group activities involving travel of all kinds, throwing recreational sports around the world into a deep freeze. But cycling has not only proved to be largely pandemic-proof, but it also seems to be growing in popularity in many cities, across the world.
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Uganda to Engage the Private Sector for Climate Finance 3 1

The World Bank estimate in 2016 that Uganda required cost approximately USD 7.80 billion for adaptation and mitigation
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Govt, UNDP Launch Wetland Restoration Drive wetland degradation 1 Top story

The money will help in restoration of degraded wetlands in different parts of the country. The eight-year project is supported with a US24.14 million grant from the Green Climate Fund, US2 million from UNDP and US18.12 million in co-financing from the Government of Uganda.
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Global Mercury Convention Comes Into Force 1

New global agreement to end health risks and environmental damage from mercury pollution has come into force. Mercury is a heavy metal which accumulates in the body and is listed by the UN as one of the top 10 chemicals endangering health and the environment.
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Retain Urban Forest Reserves - NEMA district councils 2 1

National Environment Management Authority NEMA Executive Director, Dr. Tom Okurut, says all the urban areas risk more pollution as forests get cut.
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Kikwete Rallies African Countries On Climate Change 2

Tanzanian Jakaya Kikwete has said there is need for Africa to urgently stem the carbon emissions as well as temperature rises. Kikwete’s comments came shortly after a new report by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) indicated that African countries are increasingly vulnerable to climate change and could struggle to feed and defend their people as temperatures rise.
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