General Secretary of AUC with Dr. Regine Jahn Head, Diatom Research Group, 32nd IUBS-General Assembly and Conference; Congress Chair, at Berlin-Dahlem Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum
Uganda\'s first Oil and gas Central Processing Facility development in Albertine Rift
The ongoing preparations to produce oil have a land mark residual impact that their net loss cannot be compasted physically.
Communities around the Kasonke CFR in Masaka
Collaborative Forest Management (CFM) community members preparing harvested forest (Phoenix reclinata) around Kasonke Central Forest Reserve (CFR). These communities have designed harmless activities of harvesting forest resources that benefit them in terms of livelihood. The CFR is increasingly threatened by human activities hence biodiversity loss.
AFRICAN UNION OF CONSERVATIONISTS (AUC) & iNTEGRATED CLIMATE CHANGE BIOLOGY (iCCB) SYMPOSIUM AND WORKSHOP
TRAITS PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE: QUANTITATIVE APPROACHES TO PALEONTOLOGY, CONSERVATION, AND CLIMATE CHANGE BIOLOGY IN AFRICA
Sustaining biodiversity in farmed areas
Biodiversity in extensive farmed areas
UNESCO Meeting in Quito Province China
UNESCO Meeting that addressed linkages of culture and landscape conservation in Quito Province China
International National Trust Organization (INTO) Conference in Uganda
AUC being a member of INTO worked with Cross Cultural Foundation of Uganda (CCFU) along with other stakeholders and the Government of Uganda to organise the Internation Conference in Uganda. AUC joined INTO in 2012 as an Associate Member
Endangered Mountain Gorilla in Bwindi National Park
Protecting a Mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenatrabe Forest and Virunga National Park has demonstrated good practices in safeguarding the species habitat in Africa. There are numerous threats towards the species survival but there global concerns to mantain her populations within its native range.
Sub Saharan African Wildlife from Kidepo to Krugar National Parks
The interesting wildlife in the region
The large grazers in Sub Saharan region
The large grazer that consumes large amount of greens
Savanna ungulates mainly in Africa ranges
Their distribution is commonly known in Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia and South Africa
Pristine environments of Africa
The areas that stock carbon to mitigate effects of climate change.
Mpanga CFR adjacent communities working towards forest restoration
Through Collaborative Forest Management
Communities preparing a seedbed adjacent Mpanga CFR
Achieving total forest restoration through Community CFM
AUC team building capacity of CFM groups at Mpanga CFR
As part of implimenting CFM, communities in the CFM groups continue to be empowered to impliment the programme very effectively.
A tragedy of African wetlands
African wetlands are facing a multiple tragedy to support a growing population for food production hence contributing to the GHG emissions. There is an urgent need to reverse the situation by finding alternative ways of production. The enabling environments should not only be foucssing on productivity rather on to the sustainability. It is apparent that existing enabling environment(s) have been underlooked by needs of the grass root communities.