Community Resilience and Environmental Justice in the Context of Extractive Industries in Rural Areas: The case of oil and gas drilling in Albertine Graben Uganda

01 October 2021 → 30 September 2026
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Social sciences
    • Social and cultural anthropology
    • Development studies
    • Environmental politics
Community Resilience Environmental justice Extractive industries Livelihoods Uganda
Project description

Oil and gas serve global markets, which offers good business opportunities for Uganda. However, these extractive industries can affect both host communities and environment. Community resilience gives communities the capacity to cope with social and environmental injustice. This research examines how community resilience can lead to environmental justice in the context of extractive industries in the Albertine Graben of Uganda.