2 edition of Environmental consciousness for Nigerian national development found in the catalog.
Environmental consciousness for Nigerian national development
Environmental Management Workshop for Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria (1991 Abuja, Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria)
|Other titles||Environment and development in Nigeria|
|Statement||[edited by E.O.A. Aina and N.O. Adedipe].|
|Series||FEPA monograph ;, 3, FEPA monograph series ;, 3.|
|Contributions||Aina, E. O. A. 1938-, Adedipe, N. O. 1940-, Nigeria. Ministry of Budget and Planning., Nigeria. Federal Environmental Protection Agency.|
|LC Classifications||HC1055.Z9 E544 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 257 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||95125225|
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Get this from a library. Environmental consciousness for Nigerian national development: proceedings of the Environmental Management Workshop for Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria, May, Abuja. [E O A Aina; N O Adedipe; Nigeria. Ministry of Budget and Planning.; Nigeria. Federal Environmental Protection Agency.;].
In Nigeria, an increased level of consciousness is observable with regard to the complex relationship that exists between development and the quality of the environment. However, there remains much to be done by way of actually developing the mechanism and legislative backing for reconciling environmental imperatives with developmental goals.
Nigeria, like many other developing countries, is Cited by: It is, therefore, the leading institution for the protection and development of the environment, biodiversity conservation and sustainable development of Nigeria’s natural resources and environmental technology.
The establishment of NESREA marks a. Human Development Report Inequalities in Human Development in the 21st Century Briefing note for countries on the Human Development Report Nigeria Introduction The main premise of the human development approach is that expanding peoples’ freedoms is both the main aim of, and the principal means for sustainable Size: KB.
approach in creating environmental consciousness in the minds of the populace for national development and sustainability. The quantitative data analysis was employed Environmental consciousness for Nigerian national development book this work.
The raw data collected from respondents were presented and analyzed using simple percentages. Egunjobi L. Perception of Environmental Problems: A Pilot Study on the City of Ibadan, Ibadan: NISER – Nigerian Institute of social and economic research, Omuta, GE D.
Territorial and Environmental Problems in Auchi, Nigeria, Land-Use Policy, ; 1(4): The purpose of this study is to examine environmental consciousness with a view to determining the extent to which it enhances entrepreneurial success and also to identify the task environmental.
and its environmental policy on the achievement of sustainable development in Nigeria. The paper notes that the undemocratic and corrupt nature of the Nigerian state have rendered impotent the environmental policy and as a consequence, the achievement of sustainable development seems to be a mirage.
This book represents such an initial salvo in in its attempt to hammer out the conditions for the possibility of a Nigerian tradition of philosophy by placing that endeavor in between the triadic challenges of the Nigerian political economy, the African philosophical theorizing and the global epistemological hegemony.
European Journal of Sustainable Development (), 3, 1, ISSN: Doi: /ejsdv3n1p33 | 1 Lecturer, Department of Economics, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria 2 Assistant Lecturer,Institute for Entr epreneurship and Development Studies, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-If, Nigeria.
Prospects for Achieving Sustainable Development. The Nigerian print media have played a significant role in informing the poli-ty about environmental issues. For the average literate, paper-reading Niger-ian, environmental issues are not esoteric matters. Hardly a day passes with-out the mention of one environmental issue or another in one of the numer-ous Nigerian dailies or magazines.
National consciousness for Nigeria its teaching in the general studies programme of Nigerian tertiary institutions: being selected conference papers of the 5th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association of General Studies held at the University of Maiduguri, which restricted its national development since the end of civil war in Boko Haram is a great threat to the country which destroyed the northern part of the country due to lack of security.
This disaster of Boko Haram caused the distorting and collapse of Nigerian national security. The challenges and implications of sustainable development in Africa: Policy options for Nigeria Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Economic Cooperation and Development 34(4) October.
The book also discusses the most recent national and global environmental issues including the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) in Johannesburg, South Africa. National Consciousness for Nigeria: Its Teaching in the General Studies Programme of Nigerian Tertiary Institutions: Being Selected Conference Papers of the 5th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association of General Studies Held at the University of Maiduguri, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION IN NIGERIA: TWO DECADES AFTER THE KOKO INCIDENT DR.
GOZIE OGBODO* I. INTRODUCTION Prior to JuneNigeria responded to most environmental problems on an ad hoc basis.l Although the Nigerian Criminal Code2 contained some provlSlons in the with respect to certain environmental.
The Journal of Nigerian Environmental Society is an open access journal that provides rapid publication (quarterly) of articles in all areas of Environmental issues, such as Environmental Microbiology and Public Health, Ecology, Applied Sciences, Geology, Socio-economics, Legislative and Engineering principles and Environmental management.
The future strategy and plans of the Nigerian Government for creating and improving capacity for sustainable development are to: a) develop a blueprint for environmental education and public awareness by ; b) ensure that environmental education is a core ingredient of the educational system at the primary, secondary and tertiary levels of.
Environmental Impact Assessment as a Tool for Sustainable Development: The Nigerian Experience Ifeanyi ANAGO, Nigeria 1. INTRODUCTION Ever since the Stockholm UN conference on the Human Environment, which established the nexus between under development and environmental integrity, environmental issues have become transnational.
Nigeria (/ n aɪ ˈ dʒ ɪər i ə / ()), officially the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a country in West Africa, bordering Niger in the north, Chad in the northeast, Cameroon in the east, and Benin in the southern coast is on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic federation comprises 36 states and 1 Federal Capital Territory, where the capital, Abuja, is located.The Nigerian constriction, for one, makes provision for environmental protection and management in secti 20, 33 and Section 33 and 34 guarantee right to land and human dignity and it is said to associate with the necessity for safe and healthy environment.Nigerian civil war appeared to be the tonic that the Nigerian leaders and elites in general required in order to appreciate the value of national unity and peaceful co-existence is to state the obvious.
This was clearly defined in the nation’s Second National Development Plan (NDP) of – which was.