A quick look at the map shows that many large districts in the north produce substantial greenhouse gases (GHG). Moroto, which borders Kenya, is among the top three districts producing the most greenhouse gases in Uganda. In the west of Uganda, smaller districts produce higher GHG levels. Kampala, the capital city, is among the districts emitting low levels of GHG. Analysing data likes this can prompt questions to build a story. For example, it would be interesting to know what measures are taken by Kampala to reduce GHG emissions or what activities in Moroto lead to high levels of GHG.