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Environment Management in the Oil-Rich Albertine Graben

Environment Management in the Oil-Rich Albertine Graben

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Presentation by the Executive Director of Uganda's National Environment Management Authority, Dr. Tom Okurut. The presentation outlines measures to protect the fragile ecosystem in the oil-rich Albertine Graben.
Presentation by the Executive Director of Uganda's National Environment Management Authority, Dr. Tom Okurut. The presentation outlines measures to protect the fragile ecosystem in the oil-rich Albertine Graben.

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Published by: African Centre for Media Excellence on Jun 19, 2013
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ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT IN THEOIL/GAS RICH ALBERTINE GRABEN(AG)
Presentation to journalist at the Africa Center for Media Excellence (ACME)22
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August, 2012ByDr Tom .O. OkurutExecutive Director, NEMA
 
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OUTLINE OF THE PRESENTATION
Background: env mgt and the AG
Legal and institutional frameworks
Technical preparedness
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Issues and concerns
Required Actions & Interventions
 
Environment Mgt in Uganda
 NEMA was mandated by the Uganda constitution (NEA Cap153) in 1995 to; coordinate, supervise, monitor and regulate allmatters of the environment in Uganda
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 Essentially to regulate the interaction between people and theenvironment. This process in Uganda is decentralized, thus theneed for coordination and supervision of stakeholders
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