Access to Environmental Information in Uganda
Forestry and Oil Production

From the Foreword:

Access to environmental information is becoming increasingly important, especially in countries where people rely heavily on natural resources. International norms can make a significant difference in this respect, by pushing public authorities towards better environmental governance. FIELD is committed to the progressive development of international law and its effective implementation at the national and local level. FIELD has been involved in environmental law reform projects in different African jurisdictions as well as the international negotiations on climate change, biodiversity and trade. The report draws on these diverse experiences and analyses the Ugandan law and its implementation in the wider international context. It takes into account lessons learnt in other jurisdictions and uses a set of universally applicable indicators. We hope it will generate further discussions between civil society organizations and government - not only in Uganda.

Joy Hyvarinen Director, FIELD

Creator: 
Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development (FIELD)
International Institute for Environment and Development (iied)
Advocates Coalition for Environment and Deveelopment (ACODE)
Contributor: 
Christoph Schwarte
Linda Siegele
Lindsay Hosein
Nazia Ali
Lovleen Bhullar
Participating Organization: 
Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development (FIELD)
International Institute for Environment and Development (iied)
Irish Aid Department of Foreign Affairs
Publisher: 
Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development (FIELD) and the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
Date: 
2008
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