Saul Daniel Ddumba uses interdisciplinary skills to conduct research and examine policy issues linking climate change to agriculture, forest management and deforestation, environmental science policy and management, and gender. His career goals are to contribute to increasing food security and creating sustainable natural resources in developing countries by applying his acquired skills and methods tools in the areas of agricultural production, agribusiness, and climate and ecosystem functioning. He also owns and runs a consulting company which mainly carries out research and development in various sectors including agriculture, water, energy, health and policy.
Department of Geography, Geoinformatics & Climatic Sciences
Founder and CEO
PhD (2016, Geography with specialization in Environmental Science and Policy) Michigan State University, USA
MS (2008, Applied Meteorology) University of Reading, United Kingdom
PGD (2006, Meteorology) Makerere University, Uganda
BS (2004, Chemistry and Mathematics) Makerere University, Uganda