Press briefing on the second National Climate Change Symposium Ministry of Water and Environment/Climate Change Department urges climate change actors to utilize the platform provided...
Climate Change Department
Uganda like the rest of the world and more particularly the Least Developed Countries with the least capacity to adapt, is vulnerable to the negative impacts of climate change. It is a threat to its fragile ecosystems, people’s livelihoods and ultimately the national economic development efforts. Uganda therefore made a decision to join the Community of Nations in the global cooperation to address the problem in a time frame safe for life and development sustainability.
Within the Climate Change Department (CCD), the Section Adaptation concerns with the special issues of addressing the impacts of climate change. The team is responsible for coordinating the implementation of adaptation and resilience projects within the country.
Climate change threats continue to pose the greatest challenges not only at the global level but also in Uganda. Global efforts aimed at tackling the rising emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG)
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) sets an overall framework for intergovernmental efforts to tackle the challenge posed by climate change.
In line with the need of the country to address these impacts and the international commitments of Uganda the government addresses the problem and developed adaptation activities and programs
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