Current and Projected Impacts of Renewable Natural Resources Degradation on Economic Development in Uganda
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This report examines the current and expected future trends for the economic impact of environmental change and natural resources depletion/degradation in Uganda. It focuses on the agricultural sector, forests, fisheries and wetlands. Non-renewable extractive resource sectors including oil and mining are outside the scope of this report. Governance and regulatory frameworks are also outside the scope, although it is important to note that these are important both for economic development and natural resources management. A number of sources consulted for this report suggest possible future priority areas and these are presented in the final section of this report.
CitationCooper, R. (2018) Current and Projected Impacts of Renewable Natural Resources Degradation on Economic Development in Uganda, K4D Emerging Issues Report. Brighton, UK: Institute of Development Studies
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