Conservation and Management of Natural Resources in Uganda - The management of Natural Forests,Wetlands,Game Parks and current policies
by Mutumba, Gerard Majella
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The book focuses on the principles of environmental sciences in the context of Uganda.It outlines and explains the salient issues and problems for survival of plants,animals and the human population.It describes the current state of the natural resources and the conservation issues,problems and policy evolution processes.It demonstrates that modernity has generated many environmental problems.This requires analysis ,understanding of the issues and identify options for the future generations of Uganda. The issues of forests, energy demands and environmental devastation make environmental advocacy and education an imperative for sustainable development in Uganda. The book also includes chapters on basic research done in Uganda to try and generate relevant data for effective decision making regarding the environment. This gives a chance to the readers to interpret research results in the context of the problems and issues outlined in the book.It is a good source book for basic information and baseline data about the Uganda natural environment.It is also good for researchers,scientists and conservation agencies .
Mutumba, Gerard Majella
Dr.Gerard Mutumba is a Ugandan by descent.He obtained a Bachelors degree in Science from the University of Dar-es-Salam Tanzania and a PhD from University of Wales U.K.He is Associate Professor of Botany at Makerere University.F.Kisembo is a Ugandan by nationality.He is a part-time lecturer in the College of Education ,Makerere University,Uganda.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
2 December 2012
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.021 m; 0.585 kg