By Kampala Post Reporter
Plastic waste will be put to good use as an alternative fuel in cement production thanks to a new partnership between Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda (CCBU) and Hima Cement Limited.
Fewer than one in five companies (18%) are currently on track to reach net zero emissions in their operations by 2050, and over a third (38%) say they cannot make further investments in decarbonization in the current economic environment, according to new research from Accenture.
Last year, the National Research Repository of Uganda (NRU) indicated that imports and use of packaging and plastics in Uganda have increased by six-fold within the last three years which has escalated the growing challenge for sustainable plastic imports, product packaging, and waste management
The Ministry of Water and Environment in partnership with a number of private firms, including Uganda Breweries Limited (UBL), Stanbic Bank Uganda, Total Energies EP Uganda, development and civil society partners among others has once again held a national tree planting day as part of the ROOTS (
Lake Victoria is set for a refresh when Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda (CCBU) participates in World Cleanup Day activities organised by Uganda Junior Rangers. CCBU will participate in the cleanup exercise and provide waste bins to boost the management of plastic waste.
Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda (CCBU) announced a partnership with Umama Arise Uganda that seeks to empower women through upskilling and promoting environmental sustainability.
Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda (CCBU), Mukwano Industries, Harris International, Uganda Breweries Limited and PepsiCo/Crown Beverages (CBL) joined forces with the aim of establishing a Producer Responsibility Organisation (PRO) in Uganda that will create a non-profit, industry-driven and financed env
The Green Africa Youth Organization (GAYO) on Friday, June 30 joined other stakeholders to launch the operations of the Youth Climate Council (YCC) in Uganda. Speaking during an event held at Royal Suites in Bugolobi, Kampala, the GAYO Uganda Country Director Betty Osei Bonsu said that this movem
The Green Africa Youth Organization (GAYO) Uganda has called upon global leaders to stand up and fight against the continued environmental degradation.