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Speaking to the media at the launch of the Digital Green House Gas Inventory system on Friday at the climate change department, Ministry of Water and Environment Hon Cheptoris, said the problem of climate change in Uganda is already impacting negatively on the livelihood of people and drastic changes in temperatures are projected to happen as early as 2030.
“The new Green House Gas system is expected to help not only to track and report its emissions but also effectively prioritise emission reduction actions in key sectors to address climate change and Uganda is going to be one of the first countries to track and report emissions’’ he said
The minister added that this year, the country has experienced climate extremes given the number of records being broken every year for temperatures , rainfall and droughts in many parts of the country; adding that necessary actions must be taken and quickly.
The occasion was graced by the Minister of Finance Planning and Economic Development Hon Gabriel Aridri, the United Nations Development Programmes Officer Martha Bbosa, the Head of European Delegates in Uganda Kristian Schmidt.