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FREE PROJECT TOPICS IDEA ON ORGANIC GARDEN

Are you looking for some information and  idea on Project Topics Idea for the next science fair or a class project? We have a collection of project ideas that cover a number of issues relating to the natural environment.

Organic gardening is the use of natural compost and manure to fertilise and grow plants and flowers. No harmful chemicals or pesticides are used to protect the plants. As opposed to gardening that uses pesticides and other chemicals, organic gardening is truly natural.

Organic gardening is one of the many ways in which we can get our share from the earth as well as preserve it for future generations. Not only is it safe, but it also does not harm the soil, the habitat or the environment.

For many it is not only saving the planet that prompts them to go for organic gardening. It is also a healthier option if you are growing fruit and vegetables. You also don’t have to worry about children or animals gaining access to your gardening chemicals.

Some may complain that it is time consuming, and that it takes much more effort to know about different creatures and also to make your own compost but the advantages outweigh the disadvantages.

Advantages:

  • No chemicals are used. So all home-grown fruits and vegetables are safe
  • Using natural compost keeps the soil in good condition
  • Improvement in soil structure encourages beneficial creatures like worms which again lead to more fertility.
  • Doesn’t require much to make it. You can make your own compost from garden and kitchen waste.


You can create your own organic garden

Take a wooden box of about 1.5 to 2 feet deep, 3-4 feet long and 2-3 feet wide. Clean it and make 5-6 small holes at the bottom for the water to drain out. Take some fresh garden soil but make sure it does not have any artificial manure or pesticides mixed in it.

You can mix some cow dung or natural compost in the soil. Mix the soil thoroughly. Cover the holes in the box with small wire meshes or very small pebbles so that the sand or soil does not get in and block the drainage holes. Put the mixed soil in the box.

Select some flower/plant seedlings or seeds and plant them in the soil. Keep some distance between each seed, as the plants will need space to grow.

For your project you should select plants or seeds that will flower or give fruit during the time of your submission. Check at the local gardening store to select the right seeds of fruits and vegetables.

Take care to water your seeds and make sure they do not get too much sun or rain. Keep checking that the drainage is not blocked or too much water in the soil will destroy the seeds. When required you can add more manure and fertilizers to the soil but make sure they are natural and do not have any harmful chemicals.

When submitting your project label each fruit and vegetable and also make a display chart of the manures and fertilizers used with information about what it is made of.

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    202.   THE EFFECT OF GLOBAL FLOOD: PROBLEM AND SOLUTION, Environmental Science Project topics
    203. EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE (FLOOD) ON HOUSING FOR THE URBAN POOR IN ILAJESOMOLU LOCAL GOVERNMENT
    204. ACCESSING THE CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
    205. CHALLENGES OF POOR DRAINAGE SYSTEMS AND FLOODS  CONTROL IN LAGOS METROPOLIS, NIGERIA
    206.  THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF FLOODING ON TRANSPORTATION LANDUSE IN BENIN CITY, NIGERIA, Environmental Science Project topics
    207. FLOOD HAZARD MAPPING AND RISK MANAGEMENT IN PARTS OF LAGOS STATE
    208. RURAL SOCIOLOGY AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT WITH FOCUS ON NIGERIA
    209. RURAL-URBAN MIGRATION AND RURAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
    210. THE EFFECT OF COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
    211. DEVELOPMENT AND FOOD CRISIS IN EMERGING ECONOMY: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF NIGERIA, Environmental Science Project topics
    212.  THE EFFECT ABANDONED BUILDINGS: MAGNETS FOR CRIME
    213. THE IMPACT ON MANAGEMENT OF ABANDONED PROJECT IN NIGERIA
    214. AN ASSESSMENT OF HOUSING CONDITION AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC LIFE STYLES OF SLUM DWELLERS IN AKURE, NIGERIA
    215. A PERSPECTIVE OF MATERIAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN A FAST DEVELOPING ECONOMY, Environmental Science Project topics
    216. THE EFFECTS OF CONSTRUCTION DELAYS ON PROJECTS DELIVERY IN NIGERIA
    217. EFFECTS OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES ON PROJECTS SCHEDULES
    218. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS INFLUENCING CONSTRUCTION TIME AND COST OVERRUNS ON HIGH-RISE PROJECT IN NIGERIA
    219. RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS OBSTACLES AND PROBLEMS IN NIGERIA 
    220. THE EFFECT OF HYDROCARBON INSECTICIDES AND THEIR RISKS FOR ENVIRONMENT AND HUMAN HEALTH
    221. THE IMPORTANCE OF WASTE MANAGEMENT TO ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION
    222. THE NEED FOR EFFECTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT POLICIES IN NIGERIA
    223. THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH EFFECTS OF WASTE MANAGEMENT
    224. THE IMPORTANCE OF RECYCLING TO WASTE MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA
    225. THE IMPORTANCE OF DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL STRATEGY
    226. THE EFFECT  OF REUSE, RECYCLING OF PLASTICS AND ESSENTIAL TO WASTE MANAGEMENT
    227. THE ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF PAPER, METAL, WOOD, GLASS AND PLASTICS ARE RECYCLED
    228. THE IMPACT OF MANAGING SOLID WASTE: REDUCE, REUSE AND RECYCLE
    229. THE IMPACT OF RECYCLING IN PRESERVING THE ENVIRONMENT
    230. THE IMPACT OF INTEGRATING ECONOMIC INCENTIVES TO PROMOTE RECYCLING IN WASTE MANAGEMENT
    231. DISCUSSING THE WASTE MANAGEMENT EXPECTATIONS OF THE FUTURE
    232. IMPACT OF CREATING RECYCLABLE PRODUCTS SUPPORT EFFECTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT
    233. THE IMPACT OF INEFFICIENT WASTE MANAGEMENT TO OCEANS IN NIGERIA
    234. THE IMPACT OF MANAGING ELECTRONIC WASTE TO ENSURE GREEN COMPUTING
    235. RECYCLING AND REUSE: ALTERNATIVES TO WASTE MANAGEMENT
    236. THE EFFECTS OF SOLID WASTE TO BUSINESS ENVIRONMENTS IN NIGERIA
    237.  LANDFILL EMISSIONS AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT IN NIGERIA
    238. WASTE MANAGEMENT AND ITS EFFECTS ON ECONOMIC GROWTH
    239. A STUDY ON ENVIRONMENTAL HABITABILITY OF CORE RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBOURHOOD IN AKURE, NIGERIA 
    240. THE IMPACT OF DOMESTIC WASTE MANAGEMENT AND URBAN RESIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENT: FOCUS ON AKURE, NIGERIA
    241. THE IMPACT OF SOLID WASTE LANDFILLS IN NIGERIA
    242. ASSESSMENT OF HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AND AFFORDABILITY IN OGUN STATE (CASE STUDY OPIC AND OGUN STATE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT)
    243. THE EFFECT OF METHANE EMISSIONS FROM LANDFILLS IN NIGERIA 
    244. THE IMPACT OF TRADITIONAL LANDFILLS AND ASSOCIATED PROBLEMS IN NIGERIA
    245. CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LOSS OF RECYCLABLE COMPONENTS OF WASTE LANDFILLED IN ABIA STATE
    246. PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS OF ‎LANDFILL TAX IN NIGERIA
    247. THE EFFECT OF DOMESTIC WASTE MANAGEMENT IN SOUTH WEST NIGERIA. ISSUES AND CHALLANGES
    248. AN ANALYSIS OF POLITICAL PROBLEMS ON LANDFILL TAX IN NIGERIA
    249. ‎THE IMPACT OF LANDFILL DIVERSION IN NIGERIA
    250. THE IMPACT OF LANDFILL MINING IN NIGERIA 
    251. AIR POLLUTION A CONTINUING HEALTH THREAT IN WORLD’S CITIES
    252. THE IMPACT OF  REGULATING AIR POLLUTION IN THE COMMON LAW STATE
    253. THE IMPACT OF MAKING ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: THE POLITICS OF PROTECTING THE EARTH
    254. THE EFFECT OF AUTISM LINKED TO CHEMICALS IN AIR POLLUTION
    255. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF DEFORESTATION, ENVIRONMENT, AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
    256. ECONOMIC GROWTH VERSUS THE ENVIRONMENT: THE POLITICS OF WEALTH, HEALTH AND AIR POLLUTION
    257. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF NUCLEAR POWER, POLLUTION AND POLITICS
    258. POLLUTION PREVENTION AND COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: OPENING DOORS THROUGH COOPERATION AND PARTNERSHIPS
    259. DECEIT AND DENIAL: THE DEADLY POLITICS OF INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION
    260. TOXIC WASTES AND RACE AT TWENTY: WHY RACE STILL MATTERS AFTER ALL OF THESE YEARS
    261. RIPARIAN AREAS OF THE SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES: HYDROLOGY, ECOLOGY, AND MANAGEMENT
    262. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF WORLD RELIGIONS AND CLEAN WATER LAWS
    263. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
    264. THE IMPAT OF SHOTGUNS, SPRAY, AND SMOKE: REGULATING ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION OF POLLUTANTS UNDER THE CLEAN WATER ACT
    265. JUSTICE KENNEDY AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES: A FUNCTIONAL APPROACH TO CLEAN WATER ACT JURISDICTION AFTER RAPANOS
    266. ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND THE CLEAN WATER ACT: STRATEGIES FOR FITTING NEW SCIENCE INTO OLD LAW
    267. THE AMERICAN WEST AT RISK: SCIENCE, MYTHS, AND POLITICS OF LAND ABUSE AND RECOVERY
    268. RACE AND THE INCIDENCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS: A TIME FOR DISCOURSE
    269. AT RISK: NATURAL HAZARDS, PEOPLE’S VULNERABILITY, AND DISASTERS
    270. EXPLORING THE BOUNDARIES OF CRISIS COMMUNICATION: THE CASE OF THE 1997 RED RIVER VALLEY FLOOD
    271. THE POLITICS OF CONSERVATION: USING INTERNATIONAL CARBON TRADING TO PROTECT FORESTS AND BIODIVERSITY
    272. GLOBAL ISSUES FOR GLOBAL CITIZENS: AN INTRODUCTION TO KEY DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES
    273. INTEGRATED PUBLIC LANDS MANAGEMENT: PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS TO NATIONAL FORESTS, PARKS, WILDLIFE REFUGES, AND BLM LANDS
    274. HIMALAYAN PERCEPTIONS: ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE AND THE WELL-BEING OF MOUNTAIN PEOPLES
    275. ACTS OF GOD: THE UNNATURAL HISTORY OF NATURAL DISASTER IN NIGERIA
    276. CARTOGRAPHIES OF DANGER: MAPPING HAZARDS IN NIGERIA
    277. SHADOWED GROUND:NIGERIAN’S LANDSCAPES OF VIOLENCE AND TRAGEDY
    278.  A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CHALLENGES OF URBAN AREAS FACING FLOOD RISKS
    279. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS: ASSESSING RISK AND REDUCING DISASTER
    280. THE EFFECT OF HAZARDOUS METROPOLIS: FLOODING AND URBAN ECOLOGY IN NIGERIA
    281. HAZARD RESPONSE CAPABILITIES OF A SMALL COMMUNITY: A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA
    282. JUSTICE AND THE ENVIRONMENT: CONCEPTIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY AND THEORIES OF DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE
    283. ENVIRONMENTAL INEQUALITIES: CLASS, RACE, AND INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION IN NIGERIA
    284. CONFRONTING ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM: VOICES FROM THE GRASSROOTS
    285.  ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM: CONFRONTING ISSUES OF GLOBAL JUSTICE
    286. SOCIETY AND THE ENVIRONMENT: PRAGMATIC SOLUTIONS TO ECOLOGICAL ISSUES
    287. TOXIC COMMUNITIES: ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM, INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION, AND RESIDENTIAL MOBILITY
    288. FOUNDATIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY: THE COEVOLUTION OF SCIENCE AND POLICY
    289. GROUNDWATER PROBLEMS CAUSED BY IRRIGATION WITH SEWAGE EFFLUENT
    290. DEMANDING CLEAN FOOD AND WATER: THE FIGHT FOR A BASIC HUMAN RIGHT
    291. PLANNING FOR EX-LANDFILL REDEVELOPMENT: ASSESSING WHAT COMMUNITY HAVE IN MIND
    292. THE IMPACT OF GRASSROOTS CHALLENGES TO TRASH INCINERATORS IN NIGERIA
    293. THE EFFECT OF GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION IN NIGERIA
    294. THE EFFECT OF DUMPING IN DIXIE: RACE, CLASS, AND ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
    295. THE IMPACT OF CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION (C&D) LANDFILLS: EMERGING PUBLIC AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH ISSUES
    296. THE STATE OF THE EARTH: ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES IN RIVERS STATE
    297. NATURE IN FRAGMENTS: THE LEGACY OF SPRAWL
    298. FACING UP TO FRESHWATER POLLUTION: WE ARE AT A TURNING POINT AS MOMENTOUS AS THE 1970S, WHEN THE CLEAN WATER ACT WAS ENACTED
    299. HEALTH IMPACT OF OUTDOOR AIR POLLUTION IN NIGERIA: CURRENT KNOWLEDGE AND FUTURE RESEARCH NEEDS
    300. EFFECTS OF OUTDOOR AND INDOOR AIR POLLUTION ON RESPIRATORY HEALTH OF CHILDREN FROM KINDERGARTEN IN NIGERIA
    301. DIRTY, SACRED RIVERS: CONFRONTING SOUTH ASIA’S WATER CRISIS
    302. THE EFFECT OF POLLUTION LIMITS AND POLLUTERS’ EFFORTS TO COMPLY: THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT MONITORING AND ENFORCEMENT
    303. THE IMPACT OF CORRUPTION ON DEFORESTATION: A CROSS-COUNTRY EVIDENCE
    304. BASIC FUNCTIONS AND PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW IN THE CONTEXT OF MANAGING WATER RESOURCES
    305. MOVING TO MARKETS IN ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION: LESSONS FROM TWENTY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
    306.  A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC POLICIES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
    307. THE  PERSPECTIVES ON ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: GENDER, SEXUALITY, AND ACTIVISM
    308. ENVIRONMENT AND STATECRAFT: THE STRATEGY OF ENVIRONMENTAL TREATY-MAKING
    309. LAW IN ENVIRONMENTAL DECISION-MAKING: NATIONAL, EUROPEAN, AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
    310. SUSTAINABLE JUSTICE: RECONCILING ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
    311. THE IMPAT OF  INSTRUMENTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE? NATIONAL EXPERIENCES AND PROSPECTS
    312. DISCRETION AND THE CRIMINALIZATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
    313. EQUALITY AMONG UNEQUALS IN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: DIFFERENTIAL TREATMENT FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
    314. PROTECTING LIFE ON EARTH: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SCIENCE OF CONSERVATION
    315. HARNESSING THE POWER OF SCIENCE IN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: WHY WE SHOULD, WHY WE DON’T, AND HOW WE CAN
    316. SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION AND THE IMPORTANCE OF NEIGHBOURHOOD: A CENTRAL CITY/SUBURB COMPARISON
    317. BUILDING SUSTAINABLE SOCIETIES: A BLUEPRINT FOR A POST-INDUSTRIAL WORLD
    318. CONSUMING VALUES AND CONTESTED CULTURES: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE NIGERIA STRATEGY FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION
    319. SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT AND THE MANAGEMENT OF URBAN ENVIRONMENTS
    320. IMPLEMENTING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: STRATEGIES AND INITIATIVES IN HIGH CONSUMPTION SOCIETIES
    321. ACCOUNTABILITY OF FCS EDUCATION TO A SUSTAINABILITY ETHOS: FOCUS ON SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION
    322.  SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION: ECONOMICS AND ETHICAL CONCERNS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT IN CONSUMER CHOICES
    323. SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION AND THE LAW
    324. SUSTAINABLE LIFE PATH CONCEPT: JOURNEYING TOWARD SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION
    325. SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION IN FINLAND-THE PHENOMENON, CONSUMER PROFILES, AND FUTURE SCENARIOS
    326. ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS: A CRITICAL OVERVIEW
    327. ECONOMIC RIGHTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL WRONGS: PROPERTY RIGHTS FOR THE COMMON GOOD
    328. APPLIED ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS: A GIS APPROACH TO COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS
    329. THE PROCESS OF BUSINESS/ENVIRONMENTAL COLLABORATIONS: PARTNERING FOR SUSTAINABILITY
    330. POPULATION, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND THE ENVIRONMENT
    331. THIRD MILLENNIUM CAPITALISM: CONVERGENCE OF ECONOMIC, ENERGY, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FORCES
    332. THE ECONOMICS OF NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS: STUDIES IN THE VALUATION OF COMMODITY AND AMENITY RESOURCES
    333. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL: BALANCING BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY IN AN AGE OF NIMBYS AND LULUS
    334. ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
    335. THE BENEFITS OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT: THEORY AND PRACTICE
    336. NATURAL RESOURCES, GROWTH, AND DEVELOPMENT: ECONOMICS, ECOLOGY AND RESOURCE-SCARCITY
    337. RESPECT FOR NATURE: A THEORY OF ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
    338. ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES IN A GLOBALISING WORLD: NATURE, JUSTICE, AND GOVERNANCE
    339. BOUNDARIES: A CASEBOOK IN ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
    340. FURNACE OF CREATION, CRADLE OF DESTRUCTION: A JOURNEY TO THE BIRTHPLACE OF EARTHQUAKES, VOLCANOES, AND TSUNAMIS
    341. PREDICTING THE UNPREDICTABLE: THE TUMULTUOUS SCIENCE OF EARTHQUAKE PREDICTION
    342. HIMALAYAN PERCEPTIONS: ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE AND THE WELL-BEING OF MOUNTAIN PEOPLES
    343. THE ECONOMICS OF DEFORESTATION: THE EXAMPLE OF ECUADOR
    344. DEFORESTING MALAYSIA: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY AND SOCIAL ECOLOGY OF AGRICULTURAL EXPANSION AND COMMERCIAL LOGGING
    345. DEFORESTATION AND REFORESTATION IN NAMIBIA: THE GLOBAL CONSEQUENCES OF LOCAL CONTRADICTIONS
    346. THE DYNAMICS OF DEFORESTATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THE BRAZILIAN AMAZON
    347. THE IMPACT OF CASH CROPPING, FARM TECHNOLOGIES, AND DEFORESTATION IN NIGERIA
    348. THE POLITICS OF CONSERVATION: USING INTERNATIONAL CARBON TRADING TO PROTECT FORESTS AND BIODIVERSITY
    349. BIOFUELS BOOM SPURS DEFORESTATION: EFFORTS TO SLOW CLIMATE CHANGE BY USING BIOFUELS AND PLANTING MILLIONS OF TREES FOR CARBON CREDITS HAVE IRONICALLY BROUGHT MAJOR NEW CAUSES OF DEFORESTATION, REPORTS STEPHEN LEAHY
    350. THE FORESTRY CRISIS AS A CRISIS OF THE RULE OF LAW
    351. URBAN GROWTH, FARM EXPORTS DRIVE TROPICAL DEFORESTATION
    352. REDUCING PERSONAL EXPOSURE TO PARTICULAR AIR POLLUTION IMPROVES CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY HEART DISEASE
    353. ECONOMIC GROWTH VERSUS THE ENVIRONMENT: THE POLITICS OF WEALTH, HEALTH AND AIR POLLUTION
    354. AIR POLLUTION IS A SERIOUS CARDIOVASCULAR RISK
    355. NO DEEP BREATHING: AIR POLLUTION IMPEDES LUNG DEVELOPMENT
    356. AMBIENT AIR POLLUTION AND PREGNANCY OUTCOMES: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
    357. MATERNAL EXPOSURE TO AIR POLLUTION AND BIRTH OUTCOMES
    358. EFFECT OF EARLY LIFE EXPOSURE TO AIR POLLUTION ON DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDHOOD ASTHMA
    359. ANALYSIS OF INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE IN BREWERY INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF CONSOLIDATED BREWERY (33 EXPORT) AWO-OMAMMA IMO STATE)
    360. THE PROBLEM OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIAN CITIES (A CASE OF OWERRI MUNICIPAL AREA COUNCIL).
    361. ASSESSMENT OF THE PROBLEMS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF URBAN HOUSING (A CASE STUDY OF OWERRI MUNICIPAL)
    362. CREDIT MANAGEMENT IN BANKING SECTOR (A CASE STUDY OF SKYLE BANK)
    363. A CRITICAL EXAMINATION ON LAND USE AND ALLOCATION PROCEDURE (A CASE STUDY OF OWERRI)
    364. MANAGEMENT OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF OWERRI NORTH IMO STATE)
    365. THE RELEVANCE OF TOOLS AND MACHINERY IN ACCIDENT PREVENTION . (A CASE STUDY OF SPDC PORT-HARCOURT). Environmental Science Project topics
    366. THE EFFECT OF LAND USE ACTIVITIES ON THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE ENVIRONMENT
    367. AIR POLLUTION CONTROL WITHIN AN INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENT ( A CASE STUDY OF PORT HARCOURT REFINERY RIVERS STATE). Environmental Science Project topics
    368. PROPERTY TAX ASSESSMENT ON RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES IN IMO STATE
    369. LAND TENURE SYSTEM IN NIGERIA (A STUDY OF IKEDURU L.G.A AREA OF IMO STATE)(A CASE STUDY OF OWERRI MUNICIPAL COUNCIL). Environmental Science Project topics
    370. HOUSING AS AN ASPECT OF SOCIO POLICY MAKING (A STUDY OF RIVER STATE). Environmental Science Project topics
    371. ESTATE SERVICE AND ITS EFFECT ON RENTAL VALUE
    372. AN INVESTIGATION IN THE SUITABILITY OF ACCIDENT SENSOR IN THE CONTROL OF INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT. (A CASE STUDY OF SPDC PORT-HARCOURT).  Environmental Science Project topics
    373. RURAL MANAGEMENT AS A STRATEGY FOR REDUCING RURAL – URBAN MIGRATION IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF OWERRI MUNICIPAL)
    374. ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF THE USE OF AGRO- CHEMIACALS FOR RICE CULTIVATION IN UFUMA, ORUMBA NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA; ANAMBRA STATE
    375. IMPACT OF MARINE POLLUTION ON SHIPPING OPERATIONS IN THE SOUTH SOUTH GEO POLITICAL ZONE

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