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Embrace Domestic Tourism To Accelerate Sector Recovery – Minister Mugarra

Embrace Domestic Tourism To Accelerate Sector Recovery – Minister Mugarra

Ugandans have been urged to rally behind domestic tourism, as a key driver of the post-Covid-19 tourism sector recovery. The Minister of State for Tourism, Wildlife and Antiques, Bahinduka Mugarra Martin made the call over the independence weekend. This happened as he launched ‘’My Breathtaking Uganda,’’ a domestic tourism campaign. According to Minister Mugarra, the campaign is critical for building ...

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Drought In Kenya To Worsen As Predictions Show Reduced Rain

Drought In Kenya To Worsen As Predictions Show Reduced Rain

A severe drought in Kenya has left millions of people without food and water and has killed thousands of animals along the way. This specifically affected the north and coastal region and there’s nothing but bad news as the situation has been predicted to only get worse with time. According to the most recent forecast, the dry spell will extend ...

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Uganda To Host One Week Long Virtual Climate Change Week To Cut Costs

Uganda To Host One Week Long Virtual Climate Change Week To Cut Costs

Uganda will virtually host the 2021 Africa Climate Week from 27th to 29th September 2021, Minister of State for Environment, Beatrice Anywar has said. According to her the virtual event will be hosted with support from United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) under the theme: “Partnering for transformation towards a low-carbon climate resilient and prosperous Africa: managing risks, ...

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Climate Change: Earth’s Vital Signs Worsen As Humanity’s Impact Grows

Climate Change: Earth’s Vital Signs Worsen As Humanity’s Impact Grows

The global economy’s business-as-usual approach to climate change has seen earth’s ‘vital signs’ deteriorate to record levels. This is according to an influential group of scientists who made the remarks on Wednesday. They warned that several climate tipping points are now imminent. They are part of a group of more than 14,000 scientists who have signed on to an initiative ...

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Grey-Crowned Crested Cranes On Journey To Extinction Due To Environmental Degradation

Crested Cranes On Journey To Extinction Due To Environmental Degradation

The gray-rowned Crested Cranes (Balearic regulorum) are Uganda’s national symbol and heritage. The number of these amazingly peaceful creatures has continuously continued to reduce due to man’s continued degradation of the environment. The state minister for environment Beatrice Anywar the continued wetland destruction, its habitat, has enhanced the reduction. In 1996, the number of these crested cranes stood at 100,000. ...

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