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Nakabuye Hilda F.
Ugandan Student striking for , Founder & Organizer , Green Campaigner,
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Fridays For Future Uganda 47m
Disturbing Reports from Bugoma. Over 200 workers have been carried this evening to Bugoma forest with many power saws, hand saws and axes to cut timbers. They have entered from Nyairongo side where Hoima sugars are degrading the forest for sugar cane.
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Nakabuye Hilda F. 1h
What is the punishment for stealing nature's rights if I may ask? - Concerned Activist.
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Nakabuye Hilda F. 11h
Bugoma Forest is not for sale, don't sell our future.
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Climate Ad Project Oct 19
It is not getting cooler. Basic physics guarantees that it will keep getting hotter so long as we continue burning fossil fuel.
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Edgar McGregor🌎🌴 Oct 19
We don't need better climate activists. We need more climate activists. We're short handed around here. The more people we have commited to this cause, the more political power our movement will yield. We need a billion activists to preserve the Earth.
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Erik Solheim 12h
Building back better after the corona crisis means building back greener. This is how we can create jobs and bring prosperity while taking care of Mother Earth with smart green policies. 🌳green optimism 🌳
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The New Vision Oct 19
Uganda imports over sh4.9 trillion worth of fuel yearly. Kampala is the 2nd most polluted city in Africa. It's estimated that by 2040, there will be 2 billion electric cars in the world. How can UG encourage a shift to electric cars, to mitigate effects of hazardous emissions?
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Nakabuye Hilda F. 12h
If I was American, I would be asking my self what the minimum requirement of Voting for is!
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Paul Dawson 20h
"We are dependent on the natural world for every breath of air we take and every mouthful of food we eat. But it's even more that that we are also dependent on it for our sanity and sense of proportion" Sir David Attenborough
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Paul Dawson 24h
“It’s pretty well established that deforestation can be a strong driver of infectious disease transmission,” “The more we degrade and clear forest habitats, the more likely it is that... epidemics of infectious diseases occur.”
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Fridays For Future Uganda Oct 19
Bugoma forest hosts a population of Ugandan mangbeys endemic to only this forest making it a unique treasure. Why destroy such treasure for sugarcanes?
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David Luganda🇺🇬 Oct 19
🌳 How old do you think this tree was? How many storms did it withstand? How many other trees grew because of it? How many birds and animals called it home?
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Patience Nabukalu Oct 19
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Nirere Sadrach 🇺🇬 Oct 19
In Uganda, water shortages in Schools, Hospitals and our Communities can be solved if we harvest water when it rains🌧️ Support our Water💦For All project to by constructing Water Tanks, using plastic bottles. Kindly Share/Donate:
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Leah Namugerwa Oct 18
Let's stop pretending that we can solve the climate crisis while destroying our carbon sinks. It's forests like Bugoma forest that had guarded Uganda against extreme weather events. Due to massive deforestation the country is getting more vulnerable
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Nakabuye Hilda F. Oct 18
It is now believed that there are 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic debris in the ocean. Of that mass, 269,000 tons float on the surface, while some four billion plastic microfibers per square kilometer litter the deep sea. Join in the .
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Greta Thunberg Oct 18
As long as a dead tree is more valuable to us than a living tree and as long as the destruction of nature is worth more than nature itself we won’t be able to solve the climate and ecological emergency. ->
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Madison Sheppard Oct 17
My collection so far. Everything is made by me using colored pencil. Please share if you can! My dream is to make a difference with my , especially helping and spreading awareness of
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Nakabuye Hilda F. Oct 18
It is now believed that there are 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic debris in the ocean. Of that mass, 269,000 tons float on the surface, while some four billion plastic microfibers per square kilometer litter the deep sea. Join in the .
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Leah Namugerwa Oct 18
Logging after logging. Deforestation should be declared a criminal offence. Its effects are leading to displacement of people, pandemics, floods, death and many more.
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