Uganda: Pollution – Expert Warns on Land Use

East African Business Week: Statistics show that agriculture and food production emit 29% of the global greenhouse gases. According to Mr. Richard Mugisha an advocacy official at Participatory Ecological Land Use Management (PELUM) Uganda, global warming will change more than just the climate. "It's going to have a great impact on humanity's relationship with food. Climate change mitigation and adaptation are critical priorities as farmers have to change their practices in relation with the new climate," he told East African......

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