The number of different products that could be potentially obtained from a wetland is closely related to the type of vegetation cover and level of wetness.
This map highlights four different uses—beekeeping, fishing, hunting, and cultivation—which occur in less than 50 percent of Uganda’s wetlands.
Beekeeping (which occurs in 11 percent of all
This map displays wetland area per capita by subcounty, represented by the height of the red bar. Wetland area per person varies broadly among the 938 subcounties with data.
This map provides a view of Uganda's national wetlands distribution and shows their location in every district.
*Sources: International boundaries (NIMA, 1997), district administrative bou
You can carry out your own analyses on poverty and ecosystem services with the GIS data made available, some of them being publicly released for the first time. All data are accompanied by metadata.
This map displays the 2005 poverty rates for rural subcounties.
For some time, U.S. states have been making demonstrable progress on developing their own climate change policies.
The United States has made green spending a key part of its stimulus packages in response to the domestic and global economic crisis.
In October 2008, Congress passed the Emergency Economic Stabi
Although there has been some improvement in the past few years, it is difficult to identify a trend towards systematic incorporation of climate change issues into MDBs’ activities.
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