COP28: Global activists confront Total CEO over jailed anti-EACOP activists

Internal Affairs ministry spokesperson, Simon Peter Mundeyi denied that the government wanted to “silence activists”, adding they were “not following the law and procedures of holding a protest”.

World Bank urges farmers to adopt eco-farming practices to fight the climate crisis

As climate change wreaks havoc globally, farmers are increasingly finding it tough to grow crops with expectations for reliable harvests.

Won Nyaci’s son, Olobo, calls for support for cultural governance

Anthony Olobo Odur has asked Lango and Owitong for support as his father, Won Nyaci plans to handover.

Won Nyaci transition: Senior diplomat, Moto Julius Peter advises Owitong

Owitong of Lango are set to elect the new Paramount Chief (Won Nyaci) on January 31, 2024 amid disapproval by Won Nyaci Yosam Odur Ebii.

COP28: CSOs demand developed nations to meet Africa’s energy targets

Muhammed Lamin Saidykh, Head of Building Power at CAN- International said African experts need to be considered since they understand our unique challenges of Africa.

Global forest body cautions developing nations against embracing carbon markets

Carbon markets are trading systems where companies compensate for their greenhouse gas emissions by purchasing carbon credits from individuals or entities that remove or reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Floods and elephants: How EACOP project is fueling wildlife conflict, biodiversity loss 

Buliisa says that the EACOP has massively changed the landscape in the areas thus fueling more elephant attacks.

Why amending the Copyright and Neighbouring Rights Act 2006 is relevant

Early this month, Deputy Chairperson of the Committee on ICT & National Guidance Tonny Ayoo (MP, Kwania County) said Uganda needs bench-marking in Africa and Europe before amending the Act.

NRM leaders, Todwong, Al Hajji Kigongo discuss national development with Sheikh Galabuzi

The NRM SG says they will be visiting more institutions to align leadership goals.

The effects of climate change are on the rise 

The immediate challenge now is to deliver vital relief assistance to the affected families especially food, medicine and shelter hence calling for urgent attention.