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|LC Classifications||HC870.Z9 E56 1997|
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|Pagination||iv, 133 p. :|
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Social, political or economic environment, either adversely or beneficially. Indirect Impact: BACKGROUND AND INTRODUCTION TO THE GUIDELINES Uganda's Energy Sector In Uganda, like any other Country, the energy sector plays a central role in the economy.
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1 National Environmental Action Plan for Uganda () 2 Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development () NEMA ().
3 Nile Basin Initiative and Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project represent two initiatives to enhance cooperation in the region.
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The constitution of the republic of Uganda of It is stated in the constitution that: ZIt is the duty of parliament to protect and preserve the environment from abuse, pollution and degradation and also to provide for measures intended to manage the environment for sustainable development and promotion of environmental awareness’.
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