Uganda’s Natural and Environmental Issues one of their problems is the they rely mostly on natural sources to survive as a result the Uganda loses about 6,000 hectares of forests every 30 days. As forest gives way to agricultural land the soil is exposed to erosion and loses its fertility. Also their water supply is being threatened by toxic industrial pollutants. They have problems when it comes to mammals and 10 of the nation’s bird’s species were endangered as well as plants. Water Hyacinth growth created a serious environmental and economic problem on their Lakes. Deforestation is their biggest problem because they depend mostly on it to get fire wood and they didn’t pay attention to other natural and environmental issues they only focused on how to make more business out of it as a result they suffer consequence that will affect them in the years to come.