Scoping Study for Strengthening Sustainable Environment and Natural Resource Management, Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation in Uganda

11 Jul 2012

Report Summary

This document presents outputs of a scoping study on biodiversity and sustainable land management in Uganda. The study was undertaken as part of the project: “Strengthening of sustainable environment, natural resource management and climate change adaptation/ mitigation in Uganda” (SS-ENRM-CCA). The project focuses on strengthening the efforts and capacities of local governments, CSOs and communities to sustainably manage and utilize natural resources, integrate climate change adaptation and mitigation in their activities and build climate resilient societies. This is to be achieved through developing, piloting and implementing initiatives in biodiversity and ecosystems management, sustainable land management, efficient energy technologies and reduction in GHG emissions thus building climate change resilient communities.This study also addresses biodiversity and sustainable land management (SLM).

Report Highlights

  • On-going initiatives in Environment Natural Resource Management (ENRM)
  • Key ENRM issues in biodiversity and environmental hotspots
  • Sustainable Land Management practises in Uganda

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