2 edition of Environmental and socio-economic impact of tobacco production in Arua District found in the catalog.
Environmental and socio-economic impact of tobacco production in Arua District
Ogen Kevin Aliro
Includes bibliographical references (p. 24).
|Other titles||Uganda :|
|Statement||by Ogen Kevin Aliro.|
|LC Classifications||HD7269.T62 U333 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||97983427|
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T obacco and its environmental impact: an overview Overall, tobacco cultivation and curing are part of one of the most environmentally destructive agricultural practices in low.
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Growing tobacco negatively impacts the environment. A literature review published in showed that tobacco farming, particularly in low- and middle-income countries, leads to deforestation and soil erosion because of the clearing of land for tobacco farming and curing, and the pollution of rivers and streams with Cited by: The role of land systems in environmental dagradation in Arua district: A case study of Ludara sub-county in Koboko county Book January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
support tobacco production. The policies that support tobacco production are often founded on the belief that tobacco is an important crop for economic development. Malawi is a country that has relied and continues to rely heavily on tobacco production. Malawi ïs economic ties to tobacco production fall in two broad categories.
industry to increase tobacco leaf production to millions tons inup from million tons for the year This increase in production will undoubtedly increase the total deforested area.
The remaining portion of tobacco is used in making smokeless tobacco that is consumed in an unburned form such as snuff and chewing tobacco (FAO. Background. Tobacco use and the exposure to tobacco smoke is one of the most preventable causes of death and disability globally. The risk of disability is even higher among daily tobacco users .In fact, compared to light smokers, heavier smokers have been shown to have an increased risk of ischemic stroke  and serum lipid and lipoprotein concentrations .Cited by: 7.
Environmental Management Plan (EMP) from the studies. Salt farming in Magarini has farfetched history dating back to when Mombasa Salt Works industry was established (KNCHR, ).
The activity is the mainstay of the area‟s economy, but its socio-economic and ecological contribution has not been fully realized. Introduction. Mining is a major economic activity in many developing countries.Operations, whether small- or large-scale, are inherently disruptive to the environment, producing enormous quantities of waste that can have deleterious impacts for environmental deterioration caused by mining occurs mainly as a result of inappropriate and wasteful working Cited by: of the country.
The intensified tobacco production is a major contributing factor to environmental degradation through excessive use of fertilizers, pesticides and deforestation.
Deforestation is a serious environmental impact caused by tobacco farming. Malawi loses about 3% of its forest cover to tobacco production yearly .File Size: KB.
triangulate the evidence. A structured household questionnaire was used to collect socio-economic and production data pertaining to A1 farms. The study revealed that the use of wood fuel in tobacco curing has contributed to the destruction of woodlots.
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We make a substantial contribution to the socio-economic development of South Africa through various programmes and initiatives. Efforts of the Tobacco Industry in Southern Africa to Support Sustainability Novem admin Malawi, Mozambique, Sub-Saharan Africa, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The production and consumption of tobacco and tobacco products are firmly in the World Health Organization’s (WHO) regulatory crosshairs and with good reason; however.
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Data collection was through structured questionnaire administered to respondents selected through random sampling technique. The overall aim of this study was to investigate the socio. The distribution of the population by district in is shown in Appendix Table A1.
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Previously tobacco and the other cash crops such as corn were produced by small planters on relatively small plots of land between five and thirty acres.
In the year there were approximately smallholdings in Barbados that mainly cultivated tobacco, but as the months went by the price of.Tobacco and its environmental impact: an overview 19/ Solutions Comprehensive implementation of the WHO FCTC means Member States should consider the environmental impact of tobacco product manufacturing and transport, as File Size: KB.