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Institutional problems in the management of Nigerian urban environment

D. C. I. Okpala

Institutional problems in the management of Nigerian urban environment

by D. C. I. Okpala

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Published by Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research in Ibadan .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria,
  • Nigeria.
    • Subjects:
    • Environmental policy -- Nigeria.,
    • Nigeria -- Economic conditions -- 1970-

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 110-115.

      Statementby D.C.I. Okpala.
      SeriesNISER monograph series ;, no. 15, N.I.S.E.R. monograph series ;, no. 15.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC1055.Z9 E56 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 115 p. :
      Number of Pages115
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2466661M
      ISBN 109781810335
      LC Control Number87175865

      Municipal and industrial pollution is a major environmental problem in Nigeria as most cities lack proper solid waste management schemes and the monitoring and control of industrial waste is inefficient. Even with its relatively low level of industrialization, industrial waste pollution is a major problem in Nigeria. Keywords: Solid waste, effective management, responsible government, Logistics improvement, public involvement and funding. Introduction. The defective strategies and arrangements adopted for solid waste management in Nigerian cities create the erroneous impression that urban waste management problems are intractable.

      environmental management and control is multi-disciplinary in scope and requires the training of crops of professionals that will be equipped with critical and analytical skills to provide both preventive and corrective measures to address all dimensions of environmental Size: KB. A review of environmental components in Nigeria's national development plans (). In: Environmental Issues and Management in Nigerian Development. P.O. Sada and F.O. Odemerho, eds. Evans Brothers, Ibadan, pp. 67 Agunbiade, A.O. and Poju Onibokun. Environmental Pollution in Nigeria: Guidelines for action.

      SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT TRENDS IN NIGERIA Ebikapade Amasuomo and Jim Baird SEBE, Glasgow Caledonian University, Cowcaddens Road, G4 0BA, Glasgow, UK services such as engineering, urban planning, Geography, economics, public health and law the Government and the lack of expertise on waste management issues by the environmental Size: KB.   Buy Management of Environmental Problems and Hazards in Nigeria by Uchegbu, Smart N., Udeh, C.A., Chike, Harold (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Smart N. Uchegbu, C.A. Udeh, Harold Chike.


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Institutional problems in the management of Nigerian urban environment by D. C. I. Okpala Download PDF EPUB FB2

Institutional problems in the management of Nigerian urban environment. Ibadan: Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: D C I Okpala.

Urban services like potable water, electricity, drainage, sanitation, efficient refuse management machinery and other public utilities in the countries compare favourably with those of the.

Urban environmental problems in Nigeria are multi-faceted and are associated with the colonial antecedents of Nigerian cities, urbanization and issu es that come with developmental challenges. In the same vein, [19] carried a review on environmental problems in Nigeria.

The study categorized the causes of environmental as urbanization, overpopulation, deforestation, desertification and. ISSUES AND CHALLENGES OF URBAN GOVERNANCE IN AFRICA: THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE Azu, Victoria N., Ph.D Faculty of Social Sciences (Dept. of Political and Administrative Studies), University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Nigeria ABSTARCT: The growth of urban centres has become one of the most remarkable trends of the 20th century Size: KB.

(). Management problems of urban land development in Nigeria: A case of the Kano State Urban Development Board. Land Development Studies: Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. Cited by: 4. Possible Solutions to Problems of Urbanization in Nigeria: 1. Development of rural areas.

One of the problems created by urbanization is uneven development. The urban areas are developed at the expense of the rural areas. If the rural areas are developed, then the tide of rural-urban migration can be stemmed.

Government supervision of housingAuthor: Chimgozirim Nwokoma. Nigerian cities are witnessing high rate of environmental deterioration and are rated among urban areas with the lowest livability index in the world. It is estimated that between 20 percent and 30 percent of the urban population enjoy decent urban life in the country.

Although studies have identified various environmental problems in Nigeria, little attention has been given to their. Challenges of the Urban Sector in Nigeria: The Way Forward crimes and insecurity, food insecurity, unemployment, environmental problems and climate "Challenges of Urban Water Management in.

In order to attain good environmental sustainability in Nigerian urban centres, the study has proffer some solutions among which are good government policies, full and active participation of Non.

Federal Environmental Protection Agency (FEPA) was established to control the Nigerian Environment, its resources exploitation and management. But field observation revealed that environmental degradation is growing at a rate worse than the pre FEPA period.

Solution to these problems require going beyond the strategies and objectives of by: Urban Environmental Problems in Nigeria. Some of the major environmental problems in Nigeria today include rapid deforestation, soil degradation, urban air and water pollution, desertification, loss of arable land, pollution of water, air, and soil from oil spills.

The paper outlines the relationship between urban environmental problems in Tropical Africa and the processes of urban development in the region. The paper shows that the urban environmental problems of Tropical Africa are mainly associated with the process of uncontrolled urban settlement, the poverty of a large proportion of urban dwellers Cited by: 8.

7 The problems and challenges posed by the rapid urban growth in Nigeria are immense. More easily observable and perhaps very frightening are the general human and environmental poverty, the declining quality of life and the underutilized as well as the untapped wealth of human by: 1.

Urban Environmental Problems in Nigeria: Implications for Sustainable Development/Adverse Effects of Environmental Problems on Sustainable Development in Nigeria. This article evaluates the causes and effects/implications of increasing environmental deterioration for sustainable development in Nigeria.

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Agukoronye This chapter examines urban poverty and its associated characteristics as plausible explanations for the role of the urban poor in environmental degradation of Nigerian cities and addresses examples from Enugu, : Okechukwu C. Agukoronye.

Nigeria, a rapidly urbanizing and industrializing society, is currently faced with many environmental problems. Through the analysis of what Kassas () referred to as the ‘Three-systems’, that is, the technosphere, biosphere and sociosphere, of the Nigerian environment, a number of substantive and procedural problems are by: 6.

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As the ever increasing urban population lead to proliferation of cities, certain environmental, legal, institutional and other problems arise resulting in ineffective urban governance. This paper therefore examined the problem issues that have negative impacts on urban governance in Africa.System in Nigeria Greener Journal of Environmental Management and Public Safety 2(1): Aliyu Baba Nabegu () Environmental Audit Report Of Fine Leather Processing Co Ltd, Kano, Nigeria, Africa.

Hay BJ, Astor PH, kaauf, S Seff M, master J, et al. () The Nigerian Environment. National Open University of Nigeria, Africa. Based on the presumption that cities are complex systems and that plans for urban development alone cannot deal sufficiently with the deteriorated urban environment and the related issues that are derived from rapid urbanization, the Journal of Urban Management (JUM) has its two-fold aims set to integrate the studies across fields in urban.