Through interactive radio talk-shows we ask listeners questions about their environment.

Black gold

Uganda loses close to 73,000 hectares of forest cover annually, which according to some experts, has been the country’s biggest climate threat. At the centre of deforestation is the lucrative charcoal trade. Many people in Uganda are making a living from this trade, popularly known as the 'black gold' trade. 

This successful multi-layered campaign, in which many organizations, citizens and media outlets in Uganda collaborated, was the first of its kind and is a great example of a joined effort to fight deforestation. See the poll results below and read this article.

Also study various other polls run on the environment in Uganda.

Polls part of this campaign: