In early 2020, shortly after the Covid-19 epidemic started in Uganda, Lake Albert experienced record breaking floods, sweeping and submerging all houses and other property nearby. Wamaani’s family scampered to safety. ...

On the 28th of February 2022, the IPCC sent the world a wake up call in the form of a report that basically stated that the world was on a journey of self-destruction if more wasn’t done to fight against ...

Despite its dangers to human health and the environment, charcoal is the leading fuel source in Uganda. More than 90% of the population depends on firewood for domestic and commercial energy. But locals are trying to change this. Isaac Nydamuhaki, an entrepreneur ...

Africa’s largest economy will need a lot of investment to complete its energy transition. Here, we explain what the key issues will be. ...

Join us as we discuss the IPCC's latest report, it's implications for Africa, and how to amplify the message of the report in local contexts. ...

On the 3rd of February 2022, we met with climate experts and journalists to discuss the various ways we could collectively work together to build a climate-resilient Africa. ...

Climate change is happening at a speed beyond belief and is negatively impacting the lives and livelihoods of communities on the African continent.  ...

Upcycling, a form of circular economy, gains popularity across the world. In Uganda, business like Reform Africa are joining the wave. ...

Illegal sand mining in Southern Africa is increasing the region's vulnerability to climate change, as it destroys local vegetation. ...

If I had to wrap up our work in Africa for 2021 in one nugget, it would be community-development. 2021 has been a year of community-based development for our Climate Tracker Africa team. ...