Nine activists are in detention after delivering a petition against Total Energies’ controversial East African Crude Oil Pipeline
The French oil giant has struggled to attract finance for the East African Crude Oil Pipeline and opponents say it does not have funding in place
Uganda and Tanzania have given political backing to the 1,445km East African Crude Oil Pipeline, but climate campaigners are deterring investment
A final investment decision on the East African Crude Oil Pipeline is expected at the end of March, as campaigners urge financial institutions to avoid fossil fuels
As temperatures rise, pastoralists in Karamoja travel further to find pasture, while the government’s preferred remedy fails under extreme drought
Small-scale farmers who produce most of the world’s coffee beans face reductions in crop yield and quality as a result of rising temperatures and extreme weather
Drought and heat have hit Ugandan harvests, but new varieties of seeds and beans could help secure food supplies in vulnerable regions
In the eleventh in the series of UNFCCC CDM Radio Club reports RTCC is hosting, Wambi Michael, a radio producer in Uganda, examines the potential for energy from waste in Africa.
In the tenth in the series of UNFCCC CDM Radio Club reports that RTCC is hosting, Emmanuel Okella from Radio Simba-Uganda asks what the country could learn from projects in Mexico.
Wambi Michael finds out how a compost plant could provide a solution to multiple problems in Uganda, in the eighth of a series of UNFCCC CDM Radio Club reports hosted by RTCC.
In the first of a series of UNFCCC CDM Radio Club reports, Emmanuel Okella talks about the effect severe flooding had on Uganda in 2007, and how the country is recovering.