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How Mashroom farming is aiding in the fight of climate Change In Gulu town

How Mashroom farming is aiding in the fight of climate Change In Gulu town

Curbing climate change is a massive undertaking. But one method of doing so could be right beneath our feet. Soil is a low-impact, cost-effective way of removing carbon from the atmosphere, and studies have found…

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SUSTAINABLE TREE MANAGEMENT: GULU’S ALTERNATIVE TO BIOMASS-INDUCED DEFORESTATION

SUSTAINABLE TREE MANAGEMENT: GULU’S ALTERNATIVE TO BIOMASS-INDUCED DEFORESTATION

“We have to plant trees, if not for anything for our future generation, our children will find a barren land if all we do is cut down the trees.” Acel Jackson a farmer in Palaro-…

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Black Soldier Fly  As Solution Organic Waste Management In Gulu

Black Soldier Fly As Solution Organic Waste Management In Gulu

“We collect these market wastes and give them to Mega Environment so that they use the waste for recycling purposes.” explains Acho Hope Frankline, a vendor at Olaelong  Market, in Gulu District in Uganda. Huge…

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Innovators in Gulu Spearheads plastic Recycling as it’s Production boosts globally

Innovators in Gulu Spearheads plastic Recycling as it’s Production boosts globally

Takataka and Sai art gallery in Gulu city plastic cycling as the production of plastics doubles in the world. With Young innovators that have emerged, with different ideas for solving climate change effects due to…

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KIJANI NURSERY HUB MODEL: SAVING INDIGENOUS WOODLOTS TREES IN GULU BY STOPPING DEFORESTATION THROUGH SUSTAINABLE CHARCOAL PRODUCTION.

Charcoal burning is the major source of fuel energy in Uganda mostly used for domestic cooking and boiling water. It is one of the most important activities practiced by many people in Gulu and Uganda…

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Interlocking Bricks: A Solution To Environment Degradation

Interlocking Bricks: A Solution To Environment Degradation

By Aisha Nanyonjo There has been an increment in annual loss of primary forest cover and tree cover for Uganda. In 2017, primary forest loss was at 29,779 and   in 2018 it  increased to 86,461…

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Refugees In Bidibidi Settlement Camp Embrace Clean Energy

Refugees In Bidibidi Settlement Camp Embrace Clean Energy

By Denis Israel Forty percent of the world population still relies on biomass for cooking, lighting, and heating, according to 2014 World Health Organization data. This has significantly burdened the resources on the planet and…

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Solar Powered Water Projects Solve Clean Water Crisis In Bidibidi Refugee Settlement

Solar Powered Water Projects Solve Clean Water Crisis In Bidibidi Refugee Settlement

By Gideon Kiberu All over the world, dirty water is a serious cause of diseases among the people who use it. Exposure to unsafe drinking water, inadequate sanitation and poor hygiene is a leading cause…

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