Vol. 1 No. 2 & Vol. 2 No. 1 (combined)

Journal of Environmental and Tourism Education (JETE)​​


Table of Contents

Preliminary pages
Environmental education models and sewage disposal attitudes among residents in South-South Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria

Addo, Doris Elemi & Agba, Peter Ukwondi

Climate change and livelihoods in selected rural coastal communities in waterside Local Government Area in Ogun State, Nigeria

Adeniyi, Adekunle & Kofo Aderogba

Environmental education and sustainable energy consumption in Calabar Metropolis, Cross River State, Nigeria

Etim Nkanu Efut; Uba James Uba; David Mbu Akpo & Afu Edward Ayim

Environmental education: a veritable tool in the management of forest and wildlife resources in Nigeria

Ojong, Aganyi Asu; Tawo, Catherine Njong (Ph.D) & Martins Richard Egot

Changing paradigms to shape the future of environmentalism in Africa

Dr. Benjamin A. Ambe & Prof. Ajayi. C. Omoogun

Self-efficacy and secondary school teachers’ knowledge of environmental education in Cross River State, Nigeria

Arikpo, Jacob Bassey & Omoogun, Remi M.

Traditional environmental practices on sustainable development, a case study of Yakurr Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria, West Africa

Dr. Asuquo Bassey Asuquo; Bright Ewona & Mrs. Dorathy ikwen

Adaptation of leisure/recreational activities for persons with disabilities (visual impairment)

Dr. (Mrs) Josephine. D. Nanwjan & Owojaiye Sunday Oni

Psycho-demographic variables and senior secondary school students’ perception of solid waste management in Calabar Metropolis Cross River State, Nigeria

Ojong, Aganyi Asu; Dr. Egbonyi, Etuki Eborty & Akpo, David Mbu

Investigating agroclimatic feasibility of kenaf/maize intercrop in Forest-Savannah Transition Zone of Southwest Nigeria

Kassim, H. G.; Bello, N. J. & F. O. Olasantan

Educational institutions and awareness of waste management in Cross River and Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria

Darlington Egbe Egbonyi & Udom, Imo Cosmas

Photo stimulation in egg production and overall performance of laying pullets under stepwise incremental lighting programme

Kassim H.G., Oyegunwa A.S., Ettu R..O. & Odusina A.O.

Influence of environmental sanitation on the health of secondary school students in Obudu Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria

Elijah Eghong Ivi & Akpo David Mbu

Teachers’ utilization of ict and teaching effectiveness of secondary school economics in Calabar education Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria

Abanyam, Victoria Atah & Ofem, Maria Christian

Mass media, environmental workshops and sustainable forest resource utilization in Cross River State

Monity, Flora Michael & Igwebuike, Osedumme

Teachers’ years of teaching experience as fulcrum for teaching effectiveness in social studies in secondary schools in Cross River State, Nigeria

Unimke, Sylvester Akongi (Ph.D); Prof. Donald Bette Enu & Prof. (Mrs) A. E. O. Esu

Violence, environment and sustainable livelihood: focus on the herdsmen/farmers crisis in Nigeria

Ushie, Christiana Aloye; Ushie, Michael Anake & Egidi, Stephen Achuen

Rural dwellers perception and education on use of pesticides for the control of mosquitoes in the southern senatorial district of Cross River State, Nigeria

Williams Agnes (nee Offiong). & Dr. Benjamin Ayua Ambe

Mobile technologies for service delivery among special needs students in higher institutions for global competitiveness in Calabar Metropolis, Cross River State, Nigeria

Emanghe, E. E. (Ph.D)

The National Policy on Education with focus on special education

Dr. (mrs.) J. D. Nanjwan & Rev. Sr. Dr. Mary M. Ashi

Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) community-based poverty alleviation programme and rural community development in cross river state

Adaka, Sunday Simeon (Ph.D) & Oboqua, Ekpenyong David (Ph.D)

Age and community participation in forest conservation in calabar education zone of Cross River State, Nigeria

Enamhe, D. & Okang, O.A.

Trends of insecurity: implications for science and economic empowerment in Developing Nations

Clement Majebi Dania & Elizabeth Chinyere Oti

Agricultural extension services and farmers’ climate change mitigation measures in Ikom Education Zone, Cross River State, Nigeria

Unimtiang, Unimke Sylvanus

Household income of residents as a determinant of forest resource conservation in the support zone communities of Okwangwo division of Cross River National Park

Okang, O. A. & Effiom, J. E.

Economy-based demographic variables and resource conservation practices in Tropical Rainforest in ikom Education Zone of Cross River State

Ayuk, Godwin Omah & Egbonyi, Etuki E.

Gender discrimination and career advancement of women in the Nigerian banking industry

Ajede, Salamat Atinuke (Ph.D) & Prof Ifeanyi Onyeonoru


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