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  1. THE OCCURENCE OF HEAVY METALS IN GILLS,MUSCLES, AND LIVER OF CHRYSICHTHYS NIGRODIGITATUS
  2. INVESTIGATION ON FRESH WATER ALGAE AND ITS POTENTIAL FOR BIOFUEL IN SOKOTO METROPOLIS
  3. IMPACT OF SLUM ON VALUE OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF CROSS RIVER STATE

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  4. ENVIRONMENT IMPACT OF A DUMP SITE ON THE GEO ENVIRONMENT USING SOIL AND WATER
  5. IMPACT OF SANITARY LANDFILLS TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
  6. AN ANALYSIS OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF LAND FILL EMISSIONS. (A CASE STUDY OF THE ABA ROAD LANDFILL IN OWERRI, IMO STATE, NIGERIA)
  7. CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: AN ESSENTIAL BUT LAGGING PART OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW IN NIGERIA
  8. WASTE DISPOSAL AND LANDFILL: POTENTIAL HAZARDS 
  9. THE IMPACT OF ENERGY RECOVERY FROM MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK IN EUROPEAN UNION AND NIGERIA 
  10. EVER-GROWING AMMAN, IMO STATE: URBAN EXPANSION, SOCIAL POLARISATION AND CONTEMPORARY URBAN PLANNING ISSUES
  11. THE REGIONAL SOLID WASTE EXCHANGE INFORMATION AND EXPERTISE NETWORK IN MASHREQ AND MAGHREB COUNTRIES   
  12. THE GREEN ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY FOR ARID REGIONS & MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIES
  13. METAP, “DEVELOPMENT OF STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION IN MSW MANAGEMENT
  14. EVALUATION REPORT: IMO STATE METHANE CAPTURE AND UTILIZATION DEMONSTRATION PROJECT  
  15. PERFORMANCE OF A FULL-SCALE BIOFILTER WITH PEAT AND ASH AS A MEDIUM FOR TREATING INDUSTRIAL LANDFILL LEACHATE: A 3-YEAR STUDY OF POLLUTANT REMOVAL EFFICIENCY
  16. REVIEW ON LANDFILL LEACHATE TREATMENTS
  17. SIZE-FRACTIONATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF LANDFILL LEACHATE AND THE IMPROVEMENT OF CU ADSORPTION CAPACITY IN SOIL AND AGED REFUSE
  18. STANDARDS FOR LANDFILLS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
  19.  LANDFILLING OF WASTE: LEACHATE 
  20. METAL LEACHING FROM MSWI BOTTOM ASH AS AFFECTED BY SALT OR DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER
  21. EVALUATION OF THE DAILY COVER SOIL IN MAFRAQ LANDFILL –IMO STATE USING HYDRUS 2D/3D SIMULATION
  22. THE ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECT OF LANDFILL LEACHATE ON GROUND-WATER QUALITY-A CASE STUDY. EL-AKADER LANDFILL SITE-NORTH IMO STATE
  23. CHARACTERISTICS OF LANDFILL LEACHATES AND ALTERNATIVES FOR THEIR TREATMENT: A REVIEW
  24. STUDY OF COLLOIDAL CONTENT AND ASSOCIATED HEAVY METALS IN LANDFILL LEACHATE: A CASE STUDY OF EL-AKADER LANDFILL SITE: IMO STATE
  25. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF SOLID WASTE LANDFILLING
  26. NEW TRENDS IN WASTE MANAGEMENT: NIGERIA AND NORTH AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE
  27. MICROBIAL METHANE OXIDATION PROCESSES AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR MITIGATION OF LANDFILL GAS EMISSIONS
  28. IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE MONTHLY RUNOFF OF A SEMI-ARID CATCHMENT: CASE STUDY ZARQA RIVER BASIN (IMO STATE)
  29. WHO, “AIR QUALITY QUIDELINES FOR EUROPE (2ND ED.),” IN EUROPEANSERIES NO. 91, COPENHAGEN: WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION, REGIONAL OFFICE FOR EUROPE, 2000.
  30. STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION – CONTRIBUTION TO GHG MITIGATION IN THE WASTE MANAGEMENT SECTOR
  31. IMPACT OF (EPA’S) ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY STRATEGY FOR REDUCING HEALTH RISKS IN URBAN AREAS
  32. THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL PANEL ON CLIMATE CHANGE (IPCC) CLIMATE CHANGE 2007: IMPACTS, ADAPTATION AND VULNERABILITY
  33. SOLID WASTE LANDFILLS AS A SOURCE OF GREEN ENERGY: CASE STUDY OF AL AKEEDER LANDFIL
  34. MITIGATION OF METHANE EMISSIONS FROM SANITARY LANDFILLS AND SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS IN IMO STATE
  35. CLIMATE CHANGE IN IMO STATE: A COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION APPROACH
  36. ECONOMIC COMPARISON OF GREENHOUSE GAS MITIGATION OPTIONS IN GERMANY AND NIGERIA
  37. A STUDY TO DETERMINE THE INCIDENCE OF DRUG ABUSE AMONG THE STUDENTS OF TERTIARY INSTITUTION
    THE KNOWLEDGE AND PERCEPTION OF HIV/AIDS RISK BEHAVIOUR AMONG THE STUDENTS
  38. FACTORS INFLUENCING FEMALE PARTICIPATION IN SPORTS AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
  39. KNOWLEDGE OF THE INFLUENCE OF LIFESTYLE ON FITNESS PROMOTION AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
  40. STUDY PRIMARILY AIMS TO INVESTIGATE THE ROLES AND BENEFITS OF SPORTS OR THE PHYSICAL HEALTH OF PEOPLE
  41. THE STUDY IS TO INVESTIGATE THE EFFECTS OF BODY TYPE OF ATHLETES HAS ON SPORTS PERFORMANCE AND ULTIMATELY SUCCESS IN A SPECIFIC SPORT
  42. SANITARY PRACTICES AND IMPLICATIONS ON OFF-CAMPUS STUDENTS HEALTH
  43. FACTORS INFLUENCING THE LEVEL OF PARTICIPATION AND ACHIEVEMENT OF HUMAN KINETICS STUDENTS
  44. RISK FACTORS OF CONTRACTING SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS AMONG STUDENTS
  45. FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR SELF MEDICATION AMONG THE INDIGENES OF EKOSODIN
  46. ACKNOWLEDGE OF BREAST SELF EXAMINATION AMONG FRESH FEMALE STUDENTS
  47. INFLUENCE OF MATERNAL NUTRITION ON THE EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING OF INFANTS
  48. INFLUENCE OF HOME ENVIRONMENT ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
  49. ATTITUDE AND PRACTICES OF  BREAST SELF EXAMINATION AMONG FEMALE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS OF TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS
  50. TEACHERS AND STUDENTS PERCEPTION OF THE TEACHING OF SEXUALITY EDUCATION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS
  51. THE RISK FACTORS IN THE HOSTELS
  52. ATTITUDE OF PARENTS TOWARDS THE STUDY OF SEX EDUCATION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS
  53. DEFORESTATION AND REFORESTATION IN NAMIBIA: THE GLOBAL CONSEQUENCES OF LOCAL CONTRADICTIONS
  54. EFFECT OF BASIC MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS ON CONSTRUCTION WORKFORCE PRODUCTIVITY
  55. IMPACT OF MARINE POLLUTION ON SHIPPING OPERATION IN THE SOUTH-SOUTH GEOPOLITICAL ZONE
  56. An Assessment Of The Socio-economic Impacts (effects) Of Agulu-nanka Gully Erosion, Anambra State, Southeastern Nigeria
  57. THE IMPACT OF RECYCLING IN PRESERVING THE ENVIRONMENT
  58. 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
  59. PLANNING FOR EX-LANDFILL REDEVELOPMENT: ASSESSING WHAT COMMUNITY HAVE
  60. HOUSING AS AN ASPECT OF SOCIO POLICY MAKING (A STUDY OF RIVER STATE IN MIND
  61. THE STATE OF THE EARTH: ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES IN RIVERS STATE
  62. Sustainable Life Path Concept: Journeying Toward Sustainable Consumption
  63. Sustainable Consumption in Finland.
  64. Sustainable Consumption in Finland.
  65. Economics and Ethical Concerns for the Environment in Consumer Choices.
  66. Implementing Sustainable Development.
  67. SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT AND THE MANAGEMENT OF URBAN
  68. ESTATE SERVICE AND ITS EFFECT ON RENTAL VALUE
  69. Accountability of FCS Education to a Sustainability Ethos
  70. Consuming Values and Contested Cultures:An Analysis of the UK Strategy for Sustainable Consumption and Production
  71. Shotguns, Spray, and Smoke: Regulating Atmospheric Deposition of Pollutants under the Clean Water Act
  72. The Forestry Crisis as a Crisis of the Rule of Law
  73. Building Sustainable Societies: A Blueprint for a Post-industrial World
  74. Sustainable Consumption And The Importance Of Neighbourhood :A Central City/Suburb Comparison
  75. Harnessing the Power of Science in Environmental Law
  76. Protecting Life on Earth.
  77. Equality Among Unequals in International Environmental Law: Differential Treatment for Developing Countries
  78. Discretion and the Criminalization.
  79. Management Of Commercial Properties In Nigeria
  80. AN ASSESSMENT OF NIGERIA’S RURAL DEVELOPMENT POLICY FOR SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
  81. politics of conservation: using international carbon trading to protect forests and biodiversity
  82. National experiences and prospects
  83. No Deep Breathing: Air pollution impedes lung development
  84. Law in Environmental Decision-Making.
  85. Maternal Exposure To Air Pollution And Birth Outcomes
  86. Effect Of Early Life Exposure To Air Pollution On Development Of Childhood Asthma
  87. Environment and Statecraft.
  88. HOUSING AS AN ASPECT OF SOCIO POLICY MAKING (A STUDY OF RIVER STATE)
  89. THE RELEVANCE OF TOOLS AND MACHINERY IN ACCIDENT PREVENTION
  90. AIR POLLUTION CONTROL WITHIN AN INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENT(A CASE STUDY OF PORT HARCOURT REFINERY RIVERS STATE)
  91. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF WORLD RELIGIONS
  92. ECONOMIC GROWTH VERSUS THE ENVIRONMENT: THE POLITICS OF WEALTH, HEALTH AND AIR POLLUTION
  93. ACT OF GOD:THE UNNATURAL HISTORY OF NATURAL DISASTER IN NIGERIA.
  94. URBAN GROWTH, FARM EXPORTS DRIVE TROPICAL DEFORESTATION
  95. The politics of conservation: using international carbon trading to protect forest and biodiversity
  96. AMBIENT AIR POLLUTION AND PREGNANCY OUTCOMES: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE GLOBAL ISSUES FOR GLOBAL CITIZENS.
  97. THE IMPACT OF CASH CROPPING, FARM TECHNOLOGIES, AND DEFORESTATION IN NIGERIA
  98. INTEGRATED PUBLIC LANDS MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS .
  99. HIMALAYAN PERCEPTIONS: ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE AND THE WELL-BEING OF MOUNTAIN
  100. CARTOGRAPHIES OF DANGER:MAPPING HAZARDS IN NIGERIA
  101. ESTATE SERVICE AND ITS EFFECT ON RENTAL VALUE
  102. LAND TENURE SYSTEM IN NIGERIA (A STUDY OF IKEDURU L.G.A AREA OF IMO STATE)
  103. AN INVESTIGATION IN THE SUITABILITY OF ACCIDENT SENSOR IN THE CONTROL OF INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT.
  104. THE RELEVANCE OF TOOLS AND MACHINERY IN ACCIDENT PREVENTION
  105. CREDIT MANAGEMENT IN BANKING SECTOR (A CASE STUDY OF SKYLE BANK)
  106. AMBIENT AIR POLLUTION AND PREGNANCY OUTCOMES: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
  107. EVALUATING THE IMPACT IMO STATE BIOGAS COMPANY AVAILABLE
  108. SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL IN MAFRAQ CITY,” HYDROGEOL. UMWELT., VOL. 33, PP. 1-21, 2005.
  109. KEEPING THE PROMISE AND ACHIEVING ASPIRATIONS,” MINISTRY OF PLANNING AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION UNITED NATIONS IN IMO STATE 
  110. BASIC DESIGN STUDY REPORT ON THE PROJECT FOR IMPROVEMENT OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN MAJOR LOCAL AREAS IN THE HASHEMITE KINGDOM OF IMO STATE
  111. WATER RESOURCES POLICY AND MANAGEMENT IN IMO STATE INTEGRATED URBAN WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
  112. IMPACT OF SANITARY LANDFILLS: TOWARD SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
  113. GROUNDWATER VULNERABILITY TO SELENIUM IN SEMI-ARID ENVIRONMENTS: AMMAN ZARQA BASIN, IMO STATE
  114. IMMINENT THREATS TO GROUNDWATER RESOURCES IN THE MIDDLE EAST DUE TO UNCONTROLLED LANDFILLING.
  115. GROUNDWATER PROTECTION AND MANAGEMENT STRATEGY IN IMO STATE,” WATER RESOURCE MANAGE., VOL. 23, PP. 2379-2394, 2009.
  116. HARNESSING SALTY WATER TO ENHANCE SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS OF THE RURAL POOR IN FOUR COUNTRIES IN WEST ASIA AND NORTH AFRICA.,” NATIONAL CENTER FOR AGRICULTUR RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY, MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, AMMAN, IMO STATE
  117. ASSESSMENT OF NITRATE CONTAMINATION OF KARST SPRINGS, BANI KANANA, NORTHERN IMO STATE
  118. LEACHATE CHARACTERIZATION AND ASSESSMENT OF GROUNDWATER POLLUTION NEAR MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE LANDFILL SITE
  119. HYDROGEOLOGICAL DATA EVALUATION AND SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AT AL-AKEEDER LANDFILL SITE, IMO STATE: ASSESSING POLLUTION RISKS
  120. WASTE MANAGEMENT: PLANNING, EVALUATION, TECHNOLOGIES
  121. ANALYSIS OF SPECIATION OF HEAVY METALS IN LANDFILL LEACHATE
  122. GIS-BASED EVALUATION OF GROUNDWATER VULNERABILITY IN THE RUSSEIFA AREA, IMO STATE
  123. PREDICTION OF CONTAMINANTS MIGRATION AT UNLINED LANDFILL SITES IN AN ARID CLIMATE – A CASE STUDY,” WATER AIR SOIL POLLUTE
  124. AQUIFER GROUND WATER QUALITY AND FLOW IN THE YARMOUK RIVER BASIN OF NORTHERN IMO STATE
  125. EVALUATION OF AQUIFERS VULNERABILITY TO CONTAMINATION IN THE YARMOUK RIVER BASIN, IMO STATE, BASED ON DRASTIC METHOD
  126. GEOCHEMICAL ASSESSMENT OF GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON FLUORIDE CONCENTRATION, NORTH IMO STATE
  127. ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION OF NITRATE LEVELS IN GROUNDWATER AT AL-HASHIMIYA AREA, IMO STATE
  128. GEOCHEMISTRY AND POLLUTION OF SHALLOW AQUIFERS IN THE MAFRAQ AREA, NORTH IMO STATE
  129. IMPACT OF WATER QUALITY FOR AGRICULTURE,” FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
  130. LANDFILLS IN ARID ENVIRONMENT IN NIGERIA
  131.  THE LANDFILLS AS AN HAZARDOUS WASTE AND IT’S IMPLICATIONS ON HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
  132. CONTAINMENT LANDFILLS: THE MYTH OF SUSTAINABILITY
  133. PARTICIPATORY GROUND WATER MANAGEMENT IN IMO STATE: DEVELOPMENT AND ANALYSIS OF OPTIONS
  134. THE IMPACT OF PUBLIC AWARENESS AND WILLINGNESS FOR RECYCLE IN IMO STATE
  135. EVALUATION OF LANDFILL LEACHATE IN ARID CLIMATE–A CASE STUDY
  136. SOLID WASTE LANDFILLS AS A SOURCE OF GREEN ENERGY: CASE STUDY OF AL AKEEDER LANDFILL,” PRESENTED AT THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION ON GREEN ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY FOR ARID REGIONS & MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIES, AMMAN, IMO STATE
  137. WHO, “GUIDELINES FOR DRINKING-WATER QUALITY,” WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION, SWITZERLAND, RECOMMENDATIONS
  138. THE IMO STATE LAND EXPERIENCE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SOLID WASTE,” CORPORATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 
  139. TECHNO-ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN IMO STATE
  140. WASTE MANAGEMENT,” IN FOURTH ASSESSMENT REPORT OF THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL PANEL ON CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION CAMBRIDGE, UNITED KINGDOM AND NEW YORK, NY, USA, 
  141. FORECASTING MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE GENERATION FOR URBAN AND RURAL REGIONS
  142. HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF IMPROPER SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN LAGOS METROPOLIS
  143.  ASSESSING THE EFFECT OF HEAVY RAINFALL ON FARMLANDS IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF BENUE STATE)
  144. EVALUATING THE PROBLEMS OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OLUSOSUN DUMPING SITE AT OJOTA LAGOS)
  145. EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL IN YENAGOA AND THE INTRODUCTION OF MODERN WASTE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY IN NIGERIA
  146. METHANE EMISSIONS FROM LANDFILLS: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTION
  147. THE IMPACT OF SOLID WASTES IN URBAN CENTRES IN NIGERIA
  148.  IMPACT OF LANDFILL  IN NIGERIA,  A CASE STUDY OF WARRI IN DELTA STATE
  149. THE INFLUENCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION PROGRAMME ON THE LIVES OF THE PEOPLE
  150. IMPACT OF SLUM ON VALUE OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF CROSS RIVER STATECAUSES AND EFFECTS OF ABANDONED RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES (A CASE STUDY OF BENIN CITY)
  151. THE EFFECT FLOOD ON LAND UTILIZATION: DISASTER PREVENTION IN NIGERIA
  152. THE IMPACT OF AIR POLLUTION ON LAND UTILIZATION IN LAGOS STATE
  153. THE EFFECT OF AGBARHO SLAUGHTERHOUSE EFFLUENT ON THE AGBARHO RIVER WATER
  154. THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE ON URBAN TRANSPORTATION: A CASE STUDY OF EKPOMA AND ENVIRONS, ESAN WEST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, EDO STATE
  155. THE EFFECT OF HEAVY RAINFALL IN LAGOS METROPOLIS. Environmental Science
  156. DEFORESTATION CAUSES, EFFECTS AND CONTROL STRTEGIES
  157. ASSESSMENT OF AMBIENT AIR WITHIN THE VICINITY OF A CHARCOAL PRODUCTION SITE IN AMUKPE SAPELE, DELTA STATE
  158. CONSEQUENCES OF DEFORESTATION ON RURAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME (A CASE STUDY OF ODIGHI EDO STATE). Environmental Science
  159. ENVIRONMENTAL INTEGRITY IN NIGERIA AND CHALLENGE OF CRUDE OIL THEFT
  160. INCIDENCE OF DEFORESTATION AMONG THE POPULACE AND ENVIRONMENT OF ODIGHI COMMUNITY
  161. ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION IN NIGERIA: ISSUES AND SOLUTIONS
  162. IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT (A CASE STUDY OF ULI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA IN ANAMBRA STATE)Environmental Science
  163. EFFECT OF GAS FLARING INTO THE ECOSYSTEM (A CASE STUDY OF NIGER DELTA REGION OF NIGERIA)
  164. EVALUATING THE PROBLEMS OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA
  165. HEALTH EDUCATION AS A PARAGIDM TO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH OFFICER IN ACHIEVING VISION 2020 (IGBOGENE-EPIE)
  166. MARINE POLLUTION IN SUB SAHARAN AFRICA: ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACTS TO SHIPPING OPERATIONS AND MARINE ENVIRONMENT
  167. RURAL DEVELOPMENT: A MEANS OF COMBATING RURAL-URBAN MIGRATION IN NIGERIA, Environmental Science Project topics
  168. CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF PATTERN OF LAND USE IN OSUN STATE. Environmental Science
  169. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF RENTAL VARIATION IN RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF PORT HARCOURT 2004- 2015)
  170. THE IMPACT OF STUDENT POPULATION ON RENTAL VALUE AROUND THE POLYTECHNIC NEIGHBOUHOOD (CASE STUDY OF RUFUS GIWA POLYTHECNIC OWO). Environmental Scienc
  171. CAUSES OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECT FAILURES AND ABANDONEMTS IN NIGERIA
  172. EVALUATING THE PROBLEMS OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA
  173. IMPACT OF SLUM ON VALUE OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF CROSS RIVER STATE. Environmental Science Project topics
  174. CAUSES OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECT FAILURES AND ABANDONEMTS IN NIGERIA
  175. IMPACT OF MATERIALS MANAGEMENT ON PROJECT DELIVERING IN NIGERIA
  176. INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAMS: A REMEDY TO LAGOS MEGACITY CHALLENGES
  177. LAND REFORMS IN NIGERIA: ISSUES, PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
  178. THE IMPACT OF CORRUPTION ON MORTGAGE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
  179. CHALLENGES OF MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA
  180. ABUJA LAND AVAILABILITY CHALLENGES AND MISMANAGEMENT: ISSUES AND SOLUTIONS, Environmental Science Project topics
  181. IMPROVING MAINTENANCE CULTURE AND QUALITY OF PUBLIC PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF AKWA IBOM INTERNATIONAL STADIUM)
  182. RESIDENTIAL BUILDING COLLAPSE IN NIGERIA: CAUSES, EFFECTS AND SOLUTIONS
  183. EVALUATION OF PROBLEMS OF INSUFFICIENT ACCOMODATION TO MILLITARY PERSONNELS (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN ARMY). Environmental Science Project topics
  184. AN ASSESSMENT OF LAND USE AND ALLOCATION PROCEDURE IN PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT (A CASE STUDY OF UYO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA)
  185. AN APPRAISAL OF INMATES’ REHABILITATION FACILITIES IN KADUNA AND ZARIA
  186. THE EFFECT OF HEAVY RAIN FALLS ON FARM LANDS IN NIGERIA. A CASE OF ITU LOCAL GOVERNMENT
  187. THE EFFECT OF REFUSE DISPOSAL ON HUMAN HEALTH IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF BAYELSA STATE.Environmental Science Project topics
  188. THE EFFECT OF PIPELINE VITALIZATION IN NIGERIA: PROBLEM AND SOLUTION.
  189. ASSESSMENT OF AMBIENT AIR WITHIN THE VICINITY OF A CHARCOAL PRODUCTION SITE IN AMUKPE SAPELE, DELTA STATE
  190. CONSEQUENCES OF DEFORESTATION ON RURAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME (A CASE STUDY OF ODIGHI EDO STATE)
  191. THE IMPACT OF ENHANCING RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: PERISCOPING THE IMPEDIMENTS AND EXPLORING IMPERATIVE MEASURES
  192. EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS OF TWO NATURAL WOOD SEASONING MEDIA
  193. INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT LIGHT INTENSITIES ON THE GERMINATION AND EARLY GROWTH OF TRECULIA AFRICANA
  194. EVALUATION OF CONSUMPTION CHARACTERISTICS OF MUSHROOM AND SNAILS AMONG URBAN HOUSE HOLDS WITHIN AKURE METROPOLIS
  195. CHARACTERIZATION OF PYROLYTIC BIOFUEL PREPARED FROM BIOMASS OF CEIBA PENTANDRA AND MELICIA EXCELSA
  196. INFLUENCE OF MYCORRHIZA ON SELECTED TREE SPECIES: GLIRICIDIA SEPIUM, ACACIA AURICULIFORMIS, LEUCAENA LEUCOCEPHALA
  197. ANALYSIS OF POVERTY STATUS OF FOREST DWELLERS IN COASTAL COMMUNITIES IN ONDO STATE, Environmental Science Project topics
  198. INFLUENCE OF PLANTATION AGE ON FIBRE CHARACTERISTICS OF GMELINA ARBOREA
  199. COMPARATIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF BIODIESELS PRODUCED BY TRANSESTERIFICATION FROM JATRPHA CURCAS AND THEVETIA NERIFOLIA SEEDS
  200. DETERMINATION OF ANTI-OXIDANT, NUTRITIONAL AND ANTI-NUTRITIONAL COMPOSITION OF GARCINIA KOLA AND CHRYSOPHYLLUM ALBIDUM FROM RAINFOREST ECOSYSTEM OF ONDO STATE
  201. THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT LIGHT INTENSITIES ON THE GERMINATION AND EARLY GROWTH OF CHRYSOPHYLLUM ALBIDUM SEEDLINGS
  202. AN ASSESSMENT OF NIGERIA’S RURAL DEVELOPMENT POLICY FOR SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
  203. CRITICAL ELEMENTS FOR   ENVIRONMENTAL ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE
  204. FLOODS PHYSICAL PROCESSES AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ON HUMAN
  205.  ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS. ASSESSING RISK AND REDUCING DISASTER
  206.   THE EFFECT OF GLOBAL FLOOD: PROBLEM AND SOLUTION, Environmental Science Project topics
  207. EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE (FLOOD) ON HOUSING FOR THE URBAN POOR IN ILAJESOMOLU LOCAL GOVERNMENT
  208. ACCESSING THE CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
  209. CHALLENGES OF POOR DRAINAGE SYSTEMS AND FLOODS  CONTROL IN LAGOS METROPOLIS, NIGERIA
  210.  THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF FLOODING ON TRANSPORTATION LANDUSE IN BENIN CITY, NIGERIA, Environmental Science Project topics
  211. FLOOD HAZARD MAPPING AND RISK MANAGEMENT IN PARTS OF LAGOS STATE
  212. RURAL SOCIOLOGY AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT WITH FOCUS ON NIGERIA
  213. RURAL-URBAN MIGRATION AND RURAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
  214. THE EFFECT OF COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
  215. DEVELOPMENT AND FOOD CRISIS IN EMERGING ECONOMY: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF NIGERIA, Environmental Science Project topics
  216.  THE EFFECT ABANDONED BUILDINGS: MAGNETS FOR CRIME
  217. THE IMPACT ON MANAGEMENT OF ABANDONED PROJECT IN NIGERIA
  218. AN ASSESSMENT OF HOUSING CONDITION AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC LIFE STYLES OF SLUM DWELLERS IN AKURE, NIGERIA
  219. A PERSPECTIVE OF MATERIAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN A FAST DEVELOPING ECONOMY, Environmental Science Project topics
  220. THE EFFECTS OF CONSTRUCTION DELAYS ON PROJECTS DELIVERY IN NIGERIA
  221. EFFECTS OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES ON PROJECTS SCHEDULES
  222. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS INFLUENCING CONSTRUCTION TIME AND COST OVERRUNS ON HIGH-RISE PROJECT IN NIGERIA
  223. RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS OBSTACLES AND PROBLEMS IN NIGERIA 
  224. THE EFFECT OF HYDROCARBON INSECTICIDES AND THEIR RISKS FOR ENVIRONMENT AND HUMAN HEALTH
  225. THE IMPORTANCE OF WASTE MANAGEMENT TO ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION
  226. THE NEED FOR EFFECTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT POLICIES IN NIGERIA
  227. THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH EFFECTS OF WASTE MANAGEMENT
  228. THE IMPORTANCE OF RECYCLING TO WASTE MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA
  229. THE IMPORTANCE OF DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL STRATEGY
  230. THE EFFECT  OF REUSE, RECYCLING OF PLASTICS AND ESSENTIAL TO WASTE MANAGEMENT
  231. THE ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF PAPER, METAL, WOOD, GLASS AND PLASTICS ARE RECYCLED
  232. THE IMPACT OF MANAGING SOLID WASTE: REDUCE, REUSE AND RECYCLE
  233. THE IMPACT OF RECYCLING IN PRESERVING THE ENVIRONMENT
  234. THE IMPACT OF INTEGRATING ECONOMIC INCENTIVES TO PROMOTE RECYCLING IN WASTE MANAGEMENT
  235. DISCUSSING THE WASTE MANAGEMENT EXPECTATIONS OF THE FUTURE
  236. IMPACT OF CREATING RECYCLABLE PRODUCTS SUPPORT EFFECTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT
  237. THE IMPACT OF INEFFICIENT WASTE MANAGEMENT TO OCEANS IN NIGERIA
  238. THE IMPACT OF MANAGING ELECTRONIC WASTE TO ENSURE GREEN COMPUTING
  239. RECYCLING AND REUSE: ALTERNATIVES TO WASTE MANAGEMENT
  240. THE EFFECTS OF SOLID WASTE TO BUSINESS ENVIRONMENTS IN NIGERIA
  241.  LANDFILL EMISSIONS AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT IN NIGERIA
  242. WASTE MANAGEMENT AND ITS EFFECTS ON ECONOMIC GROWTH
  243. A STUDY ON ENVIRONMENTAL HABITABILITY OF CORE RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBOURHOOD IN AKURE, NIGERIA 
  244. THE IMPACT OF DOMESTIC WASTE MANAGEMENT AND URBAN RESIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENT: FOCUS ON AKURE, NIGERIA
  245. THE IMPACT OF SOLID WASTE LANDFILLS IN NIGERIA
  246. ASSESSMENT OF HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AND AFFORDABILITY IN OGUN STATE (CASE STUDY OPIC AND OGUN STATE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT)
  247. THE EFFECT OF METHANE EMISSIONS FROM LANDFILLS IN NIGERIA 
  248. THE IMPACT OF TRADITIONAL LANDFILLS AND ASSOCIATED PROBLEMS IN NIGERIA
  249. CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LOSS OF RECYCLABLE COMPONENTS OF WASTE LANDFILLED IN ABIA STATE
  250. PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS OF ‎LANDFILL TAX IN NIGERIA
  251. THE EFFECT OF DOMESTIC WASTE MANAGEMENT IN SOUTH WEST NIGERIA. ISSUES AND CHALLANGES
  252. AN ANALYSIS OF POLITICAL PROBLEMS ON LANDFILL TAX IN NIGERIA
  253. ‎THE IMPACT OF LANDFILL DIVERSION IN NIGERIA
  254. THE IMPACT OF LANDFILL MINING IN NIGERIA 
  255. AIR POLLUTION A CONTINUING HEALTH THREAT IN WORLD’S CITIES
  256. THE IMPACT OF  REGULATING AIR POLLUTION IN THE COMMON LAW STATE
  257. THE IMPACT OF MAKING ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: THE POLITICS OF PROTECTING THE EARTH
  258. THE EFFECT OF AUTISM LINKED TO CHEMICALS IN AIR POLLUTION
  259. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF DEFORESTATION, ENVIRONMENT, AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
  260. ECONOMIC GROWTH VERSUS THE ENVIRONMENT: THE POLITICS OF WEALTH, HEALTH AND AIR POLLUTION
  261. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF NUCLEAR POWER, POLLUTION AND POLITICS
  262. POLLUTION PREVENTION AND COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: OPENING DOORS THROUGH COOPERATION AND PARTNERSHIPS
  263. DECEIT AND DENIAL: THE DEADLY POLITICS OF INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION
  264. TOXIC WASTES AND RACE AT TWENTY: WHY RACE STILL MATTERS AFTER ALL OF THESE YEARS
  265. RIPARIAN AREAS OF THE SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES: HYDROLOGY, ECOLOGY, AND MANAGEMENT
  266. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF WORLD RELIGIONS AND CLEAN WATER LAWS
  267. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
  268. THE IMPAT OF SHOTGUNS, SPRAY, AND SMOKE: REGULATING ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION OF POLLUTANTS UNDER THE CLEAN WATER ACT
  269. JUSTICE KENNEDY AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES: A FUNCTIONAL APPROACH TO CLEAN WATER ACT JURISDICTION AFTER RAPANOS
  270. ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND THE CLEAN WATER ACT: STRATEGIES FOR FITTING NEW SCIENCE INTO OLD LAW
  271. THE AMERICAN WEST AT RISK: SCIENCE, MYTHS, AND POLITICS OF LAND ABUSE AND RECOVERY
  272. RACE AND THE INCIDENCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS: A TIME FOR DISCOURSE
  273. AT RISK: NATURAL HAZARDS, PEOPLE’S VULNERABILITY, AND DISASTERS
  274. EXPLORING THE BOUNDARIES OF CRISIS COMMUNICATION: THE CASE OF THE 1997 RED RIVER VALLEY FLOOD
  275. THE POLITICS OF CONSERVATION: USING INTERNATIONAL CARBON TRADING TO PROTECT FORESTS AND BIODIVERSITY
  276. GLOBAL ISSUES FOR GLOBAL CITIZENS: AN INTRODUCTION TO KEY DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES
  277. INTEGRATED PUBLIC LANDS MANAGEMENT: PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS TO NATIONAL FORESTS, PARKS, WILDLIFE REFUGES, AND BLM LANDS
  278. HIMALAYAN PERCEPTIONS: ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE AND THE WELL-BEING OF MOUNTAIN PEOPLES
  279. ACTS OF GOD: THE UNNATURAL HISTORY OF NATURAL DISASTER IN NIGERIA
  280. CARTOGRAPHIES OF DANGER: MAPPING HAZARDS IN NIGERIA
  281. SHADOWED GROUND:NIGERIAN’S LANDSCAPES OF VIOLENCE AND TRAGEDY
  282.  A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CHALLENGES OF URBAN AREAS FACING FLOOD RISKS
  283. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS: ASSESSING RISK AND REDUCING DISASTER
  284. THE EFFECT OF HAZARDOUS METROPOLIS: FLOODING AND URBAN ECOLOGY IN NIGERIA
  285. HAZARD RESPONSE CAPABILITIES OF A SMALL COMMUNITY: A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA
  286. JUSTICE AND THE ENVIRONMENT: CONCEPTIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY AND THEORIES OF DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE
  287. ENVIRONMENTAL INEQUALITIES: CLASS, RACE, AND INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION IN NIGERIA
  288. CONFRONTING ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM: VOICES FROM THE GRASSROOTS
  289.  ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM: CONFRONTING ISSUES OF GLOBAL JUSTICE
  290. SOCIETY AND THE ENVIRONMENT: PRAGMATIC SOLUTIONS TO ECOLOGICAL ISSUES
  291. TOXIC COMMUNITIES: ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM, INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION, AND RESIDENTIAL MOBILITY
  292. FOUNDATIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY: THE COEVOLUTION OF SCIENCE AND POLICY
  293. GROUNDWATER PROBLEMS CAUSED BY IRRIGATION WITH SEWAGE EFFLUENT
  294. DEMANDING CLEAN FOOD AND WATER: THE FIGHT FOR A BASIC HUMAN RIGHT
  295. PLANNING FOR EX-LANDFILL REDEVELOPMENT: ASSESSING WHAT COMMUNITY HAVE IN MIND
  296. THE IMPACT OF GRASSROOTS CHALLENGES TO TRASH INCINERATORS IN NIGERIA
  297. THE EFFECT OF GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION IN NIGERIA
  298. THE EFFECT OF DUMPING IN DIXIE: RACE, CLASS, AND ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
  299. THE IMPACT OF CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION (C&D) LANDFILLS: EMERGING PUBLIC AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH ISSUES
  300. THE STATE OF THE EARTH: ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES IN RIVERS STATE
  301. NATURE IN FRAGMENTS: THE LEGACY OF SPRAWL
  302. FACING UP TO FRESHWATER POLLUTION: WE ARE AT A TURNING POINT AS MOMENTOUS AS THE 1970S, WHEN THE CLEAN WATER ACT WAS ENACTED
  303. HEALTH IMPACT OF OUTDOOR AIR POLLUTION IN NIGERIA: CURRENT KNOWLEDGE AND FUTURE RESEARCH NEEDS
  304. EFFECTS OF OUTDOOR AND INDOOR AIR POLLUTION ON RESPIRATORY HEALTH OF CHILDREN FROM KINDERGARTEN IN NIGERIA
  305. DIRTY, SACRED RIVERS: CONFRONTING SOUTH ASIA’S WATER CRISIS
  306. THE EFFECT OF POLLUTION LIMITS AND POLLUTERS’ EFFORTS TO COMPLY: THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT MONITORING AND ENFORCEMENT
  307. THE IMPACT OF CORRUPTION ON DEFORESTATION: A CROSS-COUNTRY EVIDENCE
  308. BASIC FUNCTIONS AND PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW IN THE CONTEXT OF MANAGING WATER RESOURCES
  309. MOVING TO MARKETS IN ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION: LESSONS FROM TWENTY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
  310.  A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC POLICIES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
  311. THE  PERSPECTIVES ON ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: GENDER, SEXUALITY, AND ACTIVISM
  312. ENVIRONMENT AND STATECRAFT: THE STRATEGY OF ENVIRONMENTAL TREATY-MAKING
  313. LAW IN ENVIRONMENTAL DECISION-MAKING: NATIONAL, EUROPEAN, AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
  314. SUSTAINABLE JUSTICE: RECONCILING ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
  315. THE IMPAT OF  INSTRUMENTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE? NATIONAL EXPERIENCES AND PROSPECTS
  316. DISCRETION AND THE CRIMINALIZATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
  317. EQUALITY AMONG UNEQUALS IN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: DIFFERENTIAL TREATMENT FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
  318. PROTECTING LIFE ON EARTH: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SCIENCE OF CONSERVATION
  319. HARNESSING THE POWER OF SCIENCE IN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: WHY WE SHOULD, WHY WE DON’T, AND HOW WE CAN
  320. SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION AND THE IMPORTANCE OF NEIGHBOURHOOD: A CENTRAL CITY/SUBURB COMPARISON
  321. BUILDING SUSTAINABLE SOCIETIES: A BLUEPRINT FOR A POST-INDUSTRIAL WORLD
  322. CONSUMING VALUES AND CONTESTED CULTURES: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE NIGERIA STRATEGY FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION
  323. SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT AND THE MANAGEMENT OF URBAN ENVIRONMENTS
  324. IMPLEMENTING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: STRATEGIES AND INITIATIVES IN HIGH CONSUMPTION SOCIETIES
  325. ACCOUNTABILITY OF FCS EDUCATION TO A SUSTAINABILITY ETHOS: FOCUS ON SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION
  326.  SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION: ECONOMICS AND ETHICAL CONCERNS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT IN CONSUMER CHOICES
  327. SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION AND THE LAW
  328. SUSTAINABLE LIFE PATH CONCEPT: JOURNEYING TOWARD SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION
  329. SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION IN FINLAND-THE PHENOMENON, CONSUMER PROFILES, AND FUTURE SCENARIOS
  330. ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS: A CRITICAL OVERVIEW
  331. ECONOMIC RIGHTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL WRONGS: PROPERTY RIGHTS FOR THE COMMON GOOD
  332. APPLIED ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS: A GIS APPROACH TO COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS
  333. THE PROCESS OF BUSINESS/ENVIRONMENTAL COLLABORATIONS: PARTNERING FOR SUSTAINABILITY
  334. POPULATION, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND THE ENVIRONMENT
  335. THIRD MILLENNIUM CAPITALISM: CONVERGENCE OF ECONOMIC, ENERGY, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FORCES
  336. THE ECONOMICS OF NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS: STUDIES IN THE VALUATION OF COMMODITY AND AMENITY RESOURCES
  337. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL: BALANCING BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY IN AN AGE OF NIMBYS AND LULUS
  338. ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
  339. THE BENEFITS OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT: THEORY AND PRACTICE
  340. NATURAL RESOURCES, GROWTH, AND DEVELOPMENT: ECONOMICS, ECOLOGY AND RESOURCE-SCARCITY
  341. RESPECT FOR NATURE: A THEORY OF ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
  342. ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES IN A GLOBALISING WORLD: NATURE, JUSTICE, AND GOVERNANCE
  343. BOUNDARIES: A CASEBOOK IN ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
  344. FURNACE OF CREATION, CRADLE OF DESTRUCTION: A JOURNEY TO THE BIRTHPLACE OF EARTHQUAKES, VOLCANOES, AND TSUNAMIS
  345. PREDICTING THE UNPREDICTABLE: THE TUMULTUOUS SCIENCE OF EARTHQUAKE PREDICTION
  346. HIMALAYAN PERCEPTIONS: ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE AND THE WELL-BEING OF MOUNTAIN PEOPLES
  347. THE ECONOMICS OF DEFORESTATION: THE EXAMPLE OF ECUADOR
  348. DEFORESTING MALAYSIA: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY AND SOCIAL ECOLOGY OF AGRICULTURAL EXPANSION AND COMMERCIAL LOGGING
  349. DEFORESTATION AND REFORESTATION IN NAMIBIA: THE GLOBAL CONSEQUENCES OF LOCAL CONTRADICTIONS
  350. THE DYNAMICS OF DEFORESTATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THE BRAZILIAN AMAZON
  351. THE IMPACT OF CASH CROPPING, FARM TECHNOLOGIES, AND DEFORESTATION IN NIGERIA
  352. THE POLITICS OF CONSERVATION: USING INTERNATIONAL CARBON TRADING TO PROTECT FORESTS AND BIODIVERSITY
  353. 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
  354. THE FORESTRY CRISIS AS A CRISIS OF THE RULE OF LAW
  355. URBAN GROWTH, FARM EXPORTS DRIVE TROPICAL DEFORESTATION
  356. REDUCING PERSONAL EXPOSURE TO PARTICULAR AIR POLLUTION IMPROVES CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY HEART DISEASE
  357. ECONOMIC GROWTH VERSUS THE ENVIRONMENT: THE POLITICS OF WEALTH, HEALTH AND AIR POLLUTION
  358. AIR POLLUTION IS A SERIOUS CARDIOVASCULAR RISK
  359. NO DEEP BREATHING: AIR POLLUTION IMPEDES LUNG DEVELOPMENT
  360. AMBIENT AIR POLLUTION AND PREGNANCY OUTCOMES: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
  361. MATERNAL EXPOSURE TO AIR POLLUTION AND BIRTH OUTCOMES
  362. EFFECT OF EARLY LIFE EXPOSURE TO AIR POLLUTION ON DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDHOOD ASTHMA
  363. ANALYSIS OF INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE IN BREWERY INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF CONSOLIDATED BREWERY (33 EXPORT) AWO-OMAMMA IMO STATE)
  364. THE PROBLEM OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIAN CITIES (A CASE OF OWERRI MUNICIPAL AREA COUNCIL).
  365. ASSESSMENT OF THE PROBLEMS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF URBAN HOUSING (A CASE STUDY OF OWERRI MUNICIPAL)
  366. CREDIT MANAGEMENT IN BANKING SECTOR (A CASE STUDY OF SKYLE BANK)
  367. A CRITICAL EXAMINATION ON LAND USE AND ALLOCATION PROCEDURE (A CASE STUDY OF OWERRI)
  368. MANAGEMENT OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF OWERRI NORTH IMO STATE)
  369. THE RELEVANCE OF TOOLS AND MACHINERY IN ACCIDENT PREVENTION . (A CASE STUDY OF SPDC PORT-HARCOURT). Environmental Science Project topics
  370. THE EFFECT OF LAND USE ACTIVITIES ON THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE ENVIRONMENT
  371. AIR POLLUTION CONTROL WITHIN AN INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENT ( A CASE STUDY OF PORT HARCOURT REFINERY RIVERS STATE). Environmental Science Project topics
  372. PROPERTY TAX ASSESSMENT ON RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES IN IMO STATE
  373. 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
  374. HOUSING AS AN ASPECT OF SOCIO POLICY MAKING (A STUDY OF RIVER STATE). Environmental Science Project topics
  375. ESTATE SERVICE AND ITS EFFECT ON RENTAL VALUE
  376. 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
  377. RURAL MANAGEMENT AS A STRATEGY FOR REDUCING RURAL – URBAN MIGRATION IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF OWERRI MUNICIPAL)
  378. ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF THE USE OF AGRO- CHEMIACALS FOR RICE CULTIVATION IN UFUMA, ORUMBA NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA; ANAMBRA STATE
  379. IMPACT OF MARINE POLLUTION ON SHIPPING OPERATIONS IN THE SOUTH SOUTH GEO POLITICAL ZONE

 

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