Annual Global Campaign week on climate emergency, dirty energy and false solutions happening in Geneva.

Annual Global Campaign week on climate emergency, dirty energy and false solutions happening in Geneva.

October 18, 2018    By nape

The launch of the campaign, also known as the Week of Peoples Mobilization, was attended by representatives of the Global Inter-Parliamentary network, affected communities, movements, trade unions and other networks and organizations. The campaign will run up to 20th.October 2018. Friends of the Earth International groups across six continents are mobilizing to highlight... Read More

NAPE Participation at the COP 21 in Paris.

February 8, 2016    By nape

NAPE was represented at the UN Climate sumit in Paris by two staff – Goeffrey Kamese N, who is the Senior Program officer in charge of Climate Change and Chemicals Management at NAPE and sits on the Steering Commuittee of Climate Justice and Energy of Friends of the Earth International.... Read More

Draft text for the Paris Outcomes.

December 11, 2015    By nape

As the Climate negotiation move close to the end, the world anxiously awaits for a possible new agreement on Climate change that will see global temperature reducing below 2C threshold.

Inaction on Climate Change will cost Uganda 20 times more than Adaptation.

December 4, 2015    By nape

REPORT: Study shows that inaction on climate change will cost Uganda 20 times more than adaptation A new report from the Government of Uganda with support from CDKN, Baastel, Metroeconomica, Makerere University and CIDT, finds that investing in adaptation to climate change today is well worth the investment. The costs of... Read More

Civil Society position to COP21/CMP11.

October 30, 2015    By nape

Preamble On the road to Paris, a wave of hope manifested in the impressive number of ambitious Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) testifies the commitment of developing countries to address climate change, though without assurance of support. A recentassessment of the submitted INDCs by civil society had found that commitments... Read More

Uganda rally to kick polluters out of climate talks.

October 23, 2015    By nape

The National Association of Professional Environmentalists (NAPE), Oil Watch Uganda, African Institute for Energy Governance (AFIEGO) and several other environmental groups have rallied to demand delegates to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Parliamentarians and the global community to take urgent and meaningful action on climate change... Read More

Climate change: Vulnerability and community efforts to address impacts.

August 20, 2015    By nape

Climate change is one of the most hotly debated issues of today. In Uganda these changes are already influencing many systems essential for human livelihood, including water resources, food security and health. This causes a great challenge for sustainability of life, ecosystems, livelihoods and indeed the development of the economy.... Read More

Pope Francis On Climate Change: Man Has ‘Slapped Nature In The Face’.

August 18, 2015    By nape

Pope Francis said he is convinced that global warming is “mostly” man-made and that he hopes his upcoming encyclical on the environment will encourage negotiators at a climate change meeting in Paris to make “courageous” decisions to protect God’s creation. Francis has spoken out frequently about the “culture of waste”... Read More

Kalangala is Sitting on a Time Bomb.

August 17, 2015    By nape

Thanks to NEMA’s efforts and NGOs like NAPE, a number of wetlands like the ones along the Kampala-Masaka road have not yet been destroyed. The hot and humid weather conditions that one would expect to find at the Equator crossing at Mbizinya-Buwama is no more because of climate change. This... Read More