“We have been monitoring the rate of the melting of ice on top of the mountain and the rate at which it is melting is alarming but I should say that it is as a result of climate change,” said John Magezi an environmental expert who led a team of researchers on the mountain.
We have the pleasure of sharing with you some important information about two upcoming mountain events in Mbale, Uganda next October:
• The World Mountain Forum – Mountains for Our Future on 17-19 October
• The Fifth Global Meeting of the...
Uganda is proud to join the rest of the World in commemorating World Mountain Day today, December 11, 2015 under the global theme Promoting Mountain Products.
By Salome Alweny
As part of the activities leading to this event, Uganda...
Collaborative Partnership on Forests honors Gertrude Kabusimbi Kenyangi
Ugandan forestry activist Gertrude Kabusimbi Kenyangi was today awarded the 2015 Wangari Maathai ‘Forest Champions' Award in recognition of her efforts to promote the conservation and sustainable...