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Published by IUCN Eastern Africa Regional Office in Nairobi, Kenya .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nakivubo Urban Wetland (Uganda),
  • Uganda,
  • Nakivubo Urban Wetland.
    • Subjects:
    • Wetlands -- Economic aspects -- Uganda -- Nakivubo Urban Wetland.,
    • Nakivubo Urban Wetland (Uganda)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementL. Emerton ... [et al.].
      ContributionsEmerton, L., IUCN East Africa Regional Office., IUCN Eastern Africa Programme., Economics and Biodiversity Programme (IUCN East Africa Regional Office)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD1683.U332 N357 1999
      The Physical Object
      Pagination26 p. :
      Number of Pages26
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL126789M
      LC Control Number99502288

      Begin a national wetland inventory and build a wetland information database. This would ensure a full understanding of wetland values, socio-economic importance and provide answers for future management action. – Environmental Impact Assessments should be carried out when any development intervention is planned.   Page Uganda Business, Economy and Infrastructure News Uganda.

      Table 3 below shows an example of ccalculating the gross value of crop production in Nakivubo Wetland, Uganda, using Market prices. b) Prices of alternative goods or substitutes. Where environmental resources have no direct market themselves, they often have . of the world’s GDP value. The economy of Uganda is driven by high value services sector, representing more than 51% of the overall national GDP while agricultural sector concentrates almost 66% of the labour force. The population existing age structure is heavily concentrated in the working age group, reflective of a potentially active workforce.

      A Constitutional provision containing a fundamental human right is a permanent provision intended to cater for all times to come and therefore should be given a dynamic, progressive, liberal and flexible interpretation keeping in view the ideals of the people, their social economic and political cultural values so as to extend the benefit of. The Uganda Atlas of Our Changing Environment, prepared by the National Environmental Management Authority of Uganda, provides extensive scientific evidence of Uganda’s changing environment.


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PDF | On Jan 1,Lucy Emerton and others published The Present Economic Value of Nakivubo Wetland, Uganda | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Present economic value of Nakivubo Urban Wetland, Uganda. Nairobi, Kenya: IUCN Eastern Africa Regional Office, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: L Emerton; IUCN East Africa Regional Office.; IUCN Eastern Africa Programme.

This book contains a case study of the economic value of the Nakivubo urban wetland in Uganda. The case Uganda book demonstrates how wetlands contribute to economic activity, but also how the economic value of wetland goods and services is poorly understood. This book contains a case study of the economic value of the Nakivubo urban wetland in Uganda.

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Emerton, Lucy; Iyango, Lucy; Luwum, Phoebe and Malinga, Andrew, The Present Economic Value of Nakivubo Urban Wetland, – The World Conservation Union, Eastern Africa Regional Office, Nairobi and National Wetlands Programme, Wetlands Inspectorate Division, Ministry of Water, Land and Environment, Kampala (Nairobi: The World Conservation Union, Eastern Cited by: 3.

The present economic value of Nakivubo Urban Wetland, Uganda. IUCN—The World Conservation Union, Eastern Africa Regional Office, Nairobi and National Wetlands Programme, Wetlands Inspectorate Division, Ministry of Water, Land and Environment, Kampala, Uganda; ‘Traditional Aquaculture Practice at East Calcutta Wetland: The Safety Assessment’, American Journal of Environmental Sciences, 4 (2): Ricketts, T.H.

() ‘Economic value of tropical forest to coffee production’, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), (34): The present economic value of Nakivubo urban wetland, Uganda.

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Epidemiology and by: Impacts Of Urban Development On Wetlands Environmental Sciences Essay. According to Ramsar conventionwetlands are defined as areas of marsh, fern, peat land or water, whether natural or artificial, permanent or temporal, with water that is static or flowing, fresh, blackish or salty, including areas of marine water, the depth of which at low tide does not exceed 6m (Davies, ).

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The “nexus” between water, food and energy is one of the most fundamental relationships - and increasing challenges - for society. Water security is a major and increasing concern in many parts of the world, including both the availability (including extreme events) and quality of water.

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The empirics of wetland valuation: a comprehensive summary and a meta-analysis of the literature Assessment of the economic value of Muthurajawela wetland An economic analysis of alternative mangrove management strategies in Koh Kong Province, Cambodia. Uganda's economic development policy for the early s was outlined in the Economic Recovery Program for – State investment was lowered by 42% from the previous plan and the export sector was to be revived, particularly the nontraditional export sector.

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Nakivubo swamp in the Ugandan capital of Kampala is a comparable example of a wetland ecosystem delivering urban wastewater treatment service that is valued at US $1 million to US$ million per year. The swamp receives domestic sewage and industrial effluents and treats it through physical, chemical, and biological processes thereby Author: Avanti Roy-Basu, Girija K.

Bharat, Paromita Chakraborty, S.K. Sarkar. They constitute a resource of great economic, social, cultural, and recreational value (Sakané et al., ). Such ecosystems fulfill diverse ecological functions, have direct and indirect benefits, and provide fundamental ecosystem services, thereby directly and indirectly impacting on human health (Cook and Speldewinde,Horwitz et al Cited by: 5.The study will be conducted in Kyazanga Town council, Lwengo district one of the newly created district formerly part of Masaka district.

It is one of town councils that form Lwengo district. It is located in the approximately 96 miles (km) and 46 km from Masaka along Masaka – Mbarara Road and 10 km from Lwengo district headquarters.Water has an economic value in all its competing uses and should be recognised as an economic good.

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