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Equitas International Human Rights Training

Equitas International Human Rights Training Program: The International Human Rights Training Program is a three-week participatory training on human rights education conducted around June of every year for human rights…

Government, World bank to start bioelectricity project

The World Bank in partnership with the Agency for Promoting Sustainable Development Initiatives (ASDI) and the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development will tomorrow, February 1, 2012 launch a pilot…

UN calls for more financing to fight drought and famine

The United Nations has called for more efforts to combat desertification which is increasingly affecting more and more people. The international development agency says scientific and financial resources are needed…

Biofuels Make a Comeback Despite Tough Economy

News Release Global production of biofuels increased 17 percent in 2010 to reach an all-time high of 105 billion liters, up from 90 billion liters in 2009. High oil prices,…

Counting Green Jobs in China Harder than Creating Them

Most In-Depth Exploration To Date of China’s Green Economy Finds Huge Potential for Job Growth. Inconsistent Methodologies, Fast-Growing Industries, and Incomplete Data Make Measuring Job Creation Difficult China’s massive and fast-growing…

Uganda Meteorology Department predicts drought

The Metrology department is predicting that most parts of the country may not receive rainfall until the month of September. The department public relations officer Kalid Muwembe says the months…

Uganda Meteorology department advises in lightening strikes prevention

Uganda Meteorology department advises in lightening strikes prevention

The government has advised all schools and the private sector to put in place lightening conductors on their buildings to avoid being struck by lightening. According to commissioner meteorology Nkalubo…

Bolivia calls for urgent solution to climate pollution in Durban talks

At the close of UN climate talks in Bonn that failed to address the huge shortfall in emission targets compared to what the science suggests is necessary, Ambassador Pablo Solon…

Minister Maria Mutagamba denies authorising Mabira forest giveaway

Minister Maria Mutagamba denies authorising Mabira forest giveaway

The minister of Water environment and Forestry Maria Mutagamba has denied allegations that the Mabira forest was sold off as alleged. Mutagamba says there were negotiations between the officials of…

Joint Statement by Jean Ping and Jose Manual Barroso on AU EU environmental project

The recent events in North Africa, and the ripple effect they have set off in the wider region, have once again highlighted how close our two continents are. The changes…

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