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Tree adoption Uganda holds Run4Climate

Hundreds of participants, like it was in the first edition were already set at dawn for the different events in 10km and 5km at Makerere University rugby grounds.


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Tree Adoption Uganda launches the 2022 Run4Cimate to restore degraded landscapes in Uganda

Tree Adoption Uganda (TAU) has launched the second edition of the Run4Climate in a bid to raise awareness about the adverse effects of climate change and increase Uganda’s forest cover. The run will be held under the theme “Protect, Restore and Conserve”.

The Run4Climate is aimed at raising...

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Tree adoption Uganda holds Run4Climate run to restore degraded forests

Hundreds of runners turned up Sunday morning to participate in the second edition of Tree Adoption Uganda’s Run4Climate marathon focused on creating awareness about the adverse effects of climate change and increasing Uganda’s forest cover.

The run was held under the theme, “Protect, Restor...

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Tree Adoption Uganda Accredited by the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD)

The UNCCD is the global voice for land. Promote practices that avoid, reduce and reverse land degradation and are the driving force behind Sustainable Development Goal 15 and Land Degradation Neutrality. Tree Adoption Uganda supports this vision through its landscape Restoration Work.

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Energy Charter Treaty: Current State of Play, Issues and Recommendations

"The inherent contradiction in the ECT is that it conflicts with International Climate Agreements such as the Paris Agreement(2015)which seeks to limit global temperature increase to less than 1.5oC.To achieve the Paris Agreement targets, States must introduce laws ...

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Ministry of Health and Partners plant over 100 trees as part of World Health Day commemoration in Uganda

Kampala, 19th April 2022: - The Ministry of Health, the World Health Organization (WHO) and Tree Adoption Uganda (TAU), joined hands to commemorate World Health Day in a tree-planting exercise, in line with the day’s theme, “Our Planet, Our Health”.

Through the “Our planet, our health” camp...

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It is time we put a stop to deforestation

In Uganda, forests are faced with worsening trends through encroachment, deforestation and forest degradation through conversion of forest land to other land uses. As a result, our forest cover shrunk from 45 per cent in 1890 to the present 20 percent between 1990 and 2005. 
This should w...

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Tree Adoption Uganda remains a key party for the grueling and demanding albeit worthwhile nature conservation drive in Uganda.

Since its inception year in 2012, the NGO has done incredible work to fight the worrying deforestation rates in the country christened as the “Pearl of Africa”.

After successful tree planting campaigns in Nakaseke and Luweero districts in partnership with the Liverpool football fans in Ugan...

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Nature Conservation through Sports: Uganda Liverpool FC fans on a massive tree-planting campaign

The joy and benefit of sport has been inalienable time immemorial.

From providing unending entertainment, offering employment (directly or indirectly), relieving stress, promoting teamwork to maintaining physical fitness, sports has played a commendable task.

This is in unison from al...