Uganda’s coal ban threatens livelihoods
Charcoal burning is now a limited activity in northern Uganda amid a wave of protests by local residents who have warned of climate change risks from uncontrolled logging by outsiders. The ban disrupts cross-national commerce, which has long been influenced by cultural sensitivities, as well as by the abundance of vacant land. (June 11) (AP Video: Patrick Onen. Producer: Joshua Bickel)
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