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Mbarara floods leave many homeless

The heavy downpour also left several gardens destroyed.

Uganda's future is born with a green expressway...

Kampala-Entebbe expressway is Uganda’s first road to be suspended over wetlands and is promising to become a blueprint of how concrete infrastructure can...

Wild animal populations not declining as...

In September, the WWF's Living Planet Index reported an average 68 percent fall in the populations of all animals monitored.

Migratory species live fast, die young: study...

In a study published in Nature Communications, researchers found that migratory animals have a shorter lifespan than their homebody counterparts.

Poor farming practices increase incidents...

In Uganda, the impact of climate change is evident in rising temperatures, prolonged droughts, short rain seasons with unevenly spread rainfall amounts...

UK to ban petrol, diesel cars from 2030 in...

Britain will invest £1.3 billion on expanding electric vehicle charge points in homes and streets across England and make £582 million available in grants...

Climate change bigger threat than Covid:...

The world should react with the same urgency to climate change as to the coronavirus crisis, the Red Cross said Tuesday, warning that global warming poses...

Climate change: UK appoints champion to support...

The UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has appointed the former Secretary of State for International Development, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, as United Kingdom's...

Youth demonstrate over Bugoma forest

Bugoma forest must be saved at whatever cost. We don't care whether the forest belongs to National forestry authority or Bunyoro Kingdom.

Govt restores river catchment areas

“People have planted eucalyptus trees in river buffer zones, a lot of cultivation and farming is being done along the rivers. This could be the reason...

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Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

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The health minister, Dr Ruth Aceng, urged health workers to use the new facilities to save the newborns.