Roundtable Argument between Bee keeper, Honey lovers and an Economist in the jungle

A heated argument between a bee keeper, honey lovers and an economist. Economist::. Is this what makes honey so expensive? I mean it is locally made and nature feeds bees..why must a litre b be at 22k sincerely? Honey lover 1:. I buy 5 litres at 100k, so I think that price is fair
Honey lover 2: It requires a lot to have such a quality honey. Bee farming is not as easy as you think, it goes through a lot of processes which involves spending and production is done within a time frame that is not constant. These among other reasons have contributed to the high price.
Economist:   That is 20k per litre. Still expensive. Milk production requires far more input in terms of labour and financial resources, and lots of land.  A litre of processed milk is 3000 ug shs.

Honey lover 1: ```22k is even cheap, ask a person where they're exporting it how much a kg of pure honey goes for! Once nature is interrupted the entire ecosystem will get distorted, bees live in a sterile environment made …

Caliandra calothyrus Growth and management to scale up Agriculture

Caliandra calothyrus is a non-thorny fertilizer tree which belongs to family leguminaceae. It is characterized by having deep roots, compound bi-pinnate leaf type and pink flowers. It was introduced in tropical countries like Uganda from Mexico and South America. It grows in a wide range of climatical conditions and soil types of acidic state, water logged areas but the presence of frost can affect it so greatly. It is a relatively fast growing tree and yields faster benefits in the first year after planting. The tree can produce fodder continuously for more than ten years

It's benefitial to grow caliandra because of the vital roles it plays with in an ecosystem including:
Provide high quality fodder supplements for livestock. Caliandra leaves can be harvested and fed to live stock to improve milk production of both dairy cattle and goats. It can also be fed to other types of live stock such as sheep, rabbits, and chicken.

Soil fertility improvement. Caliandra calothyrsus being a…

Do something for Mother Earth to reduce polution before it Dwindles

Look outside and see the trees,Watch the flowers in the breeze, Things  won't be like this in a year or two If polluting is all we do
Seize the night
Seize the day
Things won't always be this way
Thousands of people are dying
In the night you hear children crying
Let's stop the war
Our people are sore
The world can't help itself
Who cares about your wealth

Help me to help you to win the Battle

Show the world what you can do , protect to the environment ,remember destroying the environment is creating more harm to your future life ,the feacal you dispose anyhowly poses cholera to the young children , swampy reclamation within our country today  signifies a worse Water ecosystem threat in the neqr time,

Plant trees to save the planet Earth
Establish riparian belts the catchment of water will be fine

Use fertilizer well the soils will be left still productive

I have played my part of Environmental awareness to stop pollution due to the love I have for Nature

Let  the 2020…

Youth Actions and voices matter a lot in the Elimination of Plastics use in communities

It's  not a one way to say free plastics due to tthe uses benefited by the people around the globe.
However, the challenge of plastics use is massive estimated 322 million tonnes of plastic poduced each year and 8 million tonnes leaks in to our oceans. Plastics is so widely used it is hard to imagine a world without. Plastic pollution is extensive and causing significant damage to the environment and wildlife, and perhaps soon to human health. We must act therefore to curb our usage if we can.

Today volunteers from Uganda Youth Biodiversity Network together with other youth groups in Uganda passionate about their Environmet merged together to demand the industries to act on release of Plastics, companiesin Uganda  involved plastics production included Mukwano plastics, Coca cola , century bottlers, nice plastics, nile plastics ,Mec plastics, lunco, crest tanks plastics, Ak plastics, Genetex plastic,suda plastics, Tik plastics, among many.
Other industries involved are all those i…
Hello everyone Open the following link. You will see the whole earth. There are many green dots around the earth. These green points are local radio stations. Touch the green dot and listen to the local radio station. It's overwhelming. You can listen to all the radio stations of the world! ....
Technology has exceeded imagination !!!

Our Environment is our Responsibility
We are students for Nature
            Creating Global solutions

The Role of Bees and other pollinators in Increasing Horticultural Production

Everyone knowsabout the bees, and there are some 20 000 species of wild bees that pollinate plants but it may come as a surprise to know that moths, flies, wasps, beetles and butterflies as well as some animals pollinate plants. Vertebrate. pollinators include bats, non-flying mammals, including several species of monkey, sunbirds, honeycreepers and some parrot species.   The abundance and diversity of pollinators
ensures the sustained provision of pollination services to multiple types of plants and leads to better food. POLLINATORS, INVISIBLE TO THE EYE BUT YIELDING GREAT RETURNS IN HORTICULTURE
Pollination is the highest Horticulture contributor to yields worldwide,
contributing far beyond any other Horticultural management practice. Thus, bees and other pollinators make important contributions to Horticulture. Pollinators
affect 35 percent of global Horticultural land, supporting the production of 87 of the leading food crops worldwide. Plus, pollination-dependent cr…

The walk to save Bwindi Impenetrable Park and Forest in Southern Uganda for biodiversity Conservation

As lots ecological services and valuable products parks and forest offers, it’s our responsibility as the young generation to protect these ecosystems to make their continuity in offering these services and products. Bwindi impenetrable my favorite place of travel is a natural forest and park with rich magnificent ecosystems providing a range of products to the local community around and best services, but as human timber and non-timber products, with in this forest, some few patches are being degraded or modified into other forms for human benefits and this threaten the diversity of organisms with in and around. A brighter morning straight away from Kampala to Bwindi our journey commenced powered by Earth day Network Uganda together with Miss conservation Kigezi, An 8 hours drive approximate to 473.9 km, enjoying the drive through majestic kigezi hills, with yawning and stipple hunger in the bus tiresome but all we had to travel and walk with in Bwindi and around the forest to makes i…