The role played by the national environment management authority (NEMA) in ensuring sustainable environment utilization in Uganda: a case study of Kampala.

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Kampala International University.College of Law
This research will focus on the rol_e of National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) in ensurin~ sustainable environment utilization in Uganda and _Kampala city in particular considering its success and challenges. It will begin by giving an introduction that defined generally the environment, NEMA and Sustainable Development or Utilization and gave their historical background internationally and at the national. The study will be carried out with an aim of establishing environmental laws that have helped NEMA in ensuring sustainable utilization of the · environment and how it has established solutions to the challenges it is faced with, which among others include frustration from the government itself and population pressure on the environment. The study will thus enlarge the scope of knowledge in the field of Environmental Law in Uganda which will be of great importance to policy makers if they are to properly help NEMA in ensuring sustainable utilization of the environment in the country. Data collection in the research study will be acquired using both qualitative and quantitative methods since it was the only way the researcher had to reduce the fatigue of data collection. The research will conclude by providing recommendations to address the challenges NEMA is faced with.
Research dissertation submitted to the School of Law in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the a ward of Diploma in Law at Kampala International University
National, Environment, Management, Authority