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Date Affiliated: December 20, 2001
The National Association of Professional Environmentalists (NAPE), Uganda
NAPE is a professional association of Ugandan environmentalists. It became more prominent internationally following the successful advocacy against the Bujagali Dam in Uganda.
The Nile Basin Society has received an affiliation request from the International Famine Centre. Members of that centre have been long active as volunteers with the NBS.
The Nile Basin Society has been listed as
a new affiliate of the MediaChannel.org.
Clean Lakes, Inc.
Clean Lakes, Inc. is a USA-based International Business with office in Kampala, Uganda.
The company have on-going regional projects working on the Lake Victoria Water Hyacinth Management Program
Our Corporate Mission is to provide environmental services and technologies for the restoration, maintenance and protection of the world's waterways (aquatic ecosystems) on all frontiers through research and development, innovative engineering and design, expert consultation, and the implementation of comprehensive management programs.
Clean Lakes Inc. provides environmental services for the restoration and maintenance of aquatic ecosystems.
Our globe lakes, waterways, and wetlands are recognized as critical resources. The world relies on the supply of clean water to support new industry, improve the quality of life for the populations, limit disease, generate power, and to produce food sources. Water quality is a primary requirement of society. Adequate supplies of clean water are required to support our population's needs for potable water. Surface waters are utilized extensively for commerce, transportation, fisheries resources, recreation, flood control, and aesthetics. As populations expand and further develop watersheds, there can be dramatic impacts on water quality that require careful analysis, management, and remediation. In addition, many exotic aquatic plant species introduced from other parts of the world cause major ecological damage to aquatic systems and directly impact the use of surface waters for these purposes. The potential for deterioration of water quality and the concerns of the various user groups have created an extensive market for the management and maintenance of waterways worldwide.
The Company is well positioned to support this need for waterway management services through both proprietary technologies and equipment, and a well developed service capability.
Clean Lakes, Inc. - Uganda
Nile International Conference Centre
PO Box 7057
Fax: 266 041 250550
Mother Company Address:
Clean Lakes, Inc.
P. O. Box 3186
Martinez CA 94553
Tel.: 1-877-FIX-LAKE (Toll Free)
Date affiliated with NBS: 26 February 2001
Nile Basin Society
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Innovative Resources Management, Inc. is committed to meeting the complex challenges of sustainable development with proven solutions that facilitate the building of effective teams and coalitions, promote effective natural resources management and economic development, and strengthen technical and institutional capacity of all stakeholders.
Recognizing that sustainable development starts with forging sustainable relationships among partners, IRM is working worldwide to:
Complexity of the Challenge
The challenge of achieving sustainable development is daunting. Global desertification , accelerated degradation of biologically diverse tropical forests, and related environmental crises provide both the justification and framework for promoting sustainable development. Over the past two decades, weve learned that pathways to sustainable development require skillfully managed solutions that match the complexity of the problems. Successful teams and multistakeholder coalitions are now recognized as a prerequisite for sustainable development.
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