Sacha And Diamond Academic Publishers, England, United Kingdom



Volume 2(1) 2012

ISSN 2045-8479 (Print)

ISSN 2045-8487 (Online)

Current Cumulative Impact Factor: 30.7




The purpose of this journal is to disseminate knowledge and to promote intellectual discussions, research analysis, and pragmatic studies including critiques leading to the formulation of policies and suggestions for the improvement of wide range of environmental policies across the world with specific attention on Africa. SJES is a multidisciplinary journal covering subject matters across the social sciences, environmental economics, forestry, law, politics, environmental engineering, geography, geology, chemistry, governance, corporate social responsibility, business administration, business strategies, climate change, energy, carbon trading, deforestation, forced migration, world business, globalization, transnational investment (Foreign Direct Investment), environmental health including the spread of diseases, mineral explorations, indigenous environmental issues, pollution, environmental development, environmental safety, disaster management and impacts assessments, environmental education, environmental aspect of human rights and many others. Scholars and professionals are invited to contribute their knowledge and experience. SJES publishes only original research papers, research notes and reviews. Only very high quality research papers or reviews are welcomed. Papers may be in the form of book review, original manuscripts etc. All papers are peer reviewed by suitably qualified experts in the relevant topics.




Dr. J. B. Miima, School of Disaster Management, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology(MMUST), Kenya


Professor Aida M. El-Asfahani, Faculty of Agriculture, UAE University, Abu Dhabi-Al Ain, United Arab Emirates




Dr. Gbenga Oduntan, School of Law, University of Kent at Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom


Dr. Abdulkadir A Egal, Centre for Sustainable Livelihoods, Vaal University of Technology, South Africa




Dr. Akalemwa Ngenda, School of Law, Brunel University, Uxbridge, West London, England, United Kingdom


Dr. Neyole E. Masinde, Centre of Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology(MMUST), Kenya


Dr. M. M Rahman, Dept of Population Science & Human Resource Development, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh  


Dr. J. B. Miima, School of Disaster Management, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology(MMUST), Kenya


Professor Godwin A. Ugal, Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Calabar, Nigeria


Professor Christopher Ugwu, Dean of Social Sciences, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria


Dr. Akalemwa Ngenda, School of Law, Brunel University, Uxbridge, West London, England, United Kingdom


Dr. Tarig Osman Khider, College of Applied and Industrial Sciences, Department of Forestry (Pulp and Paper), University of Bahri, Khartoum- Sudan


Dr. Mohammad Hadi Dehghani, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, School of Public Health, Dept. of Environmental Health Engineering, Tehran, I.R.Iran


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1.     Groundwater Quality Vulnerability Assessment Of North Eastern Region Of Bangladesh Using Drastic Index; pp. 1-8 [Authors: Giri, S.R; Nury, A.H; Alam, Md. J.B and Ahmed, Md. Y] View Abstract     Download Full Text


2.     The Imperative Of Land Reforms And Housing Development In Parts Of Port Harcourt City, Nigeria; pp. 9-17; [Authors: Hart, L; Jackson, K. P and Fred-Nwagu, W.F] View Abstract    Download Full Text


3.     The Impacts Of Leaf Harvesting On Cowpea Of The Black-Eyed Beans:  A Socio-Economic Survey Of Mashonaland East Province Of Zimbabwe; pp. 18-32; [Authors: MATIKITI A, CHIKWAMBI Z; NYAKANDA C; MASHINGAIDZE, A.B] View Abstract   Download Full Text


4.     Kyoto Protocol: The Market Based Benefits For Africa And The Challenges Of The Dispute Resolution Regime; pp. 33-47 [Authors: AKANBI, Muhammed Mustapha; IMAM-TAMIM, Muhammad Kamaldeen; and, ABDULKADIR, Abdulrazak Owolabi]  View Abstract   Download Full Text


5.     Environmental Pollution And Degradation: A Threat To National Security And Peace In Nigeria; pp. 48-58 [Author: OWOLABI, Elizabeth Folake]  View Abstract    Download Full Text


6.     An Assessment Of Road Infrastructure Development In Nigeria: The Case Of Akwa Ibom State; pp. 59-69 [Author: ATSER Jacob] View Abstract    Download Full Text


7.     Environmental Degradation And Occupational Dynamics Of Labour Force In Delta State, Nigeria; pp. 70-80 [Author: IGBEN, Jomata Lucky]  View Abstract    Download Full Text


8.     The Environmental Impacts Of The Disposal Of Plastic Bags And Water Bottles In Tigray, Northern Ethiopia; pp. 81-100 [Authors: ASGEDOM, Abraha Gebrekidan and DESTA, Mulu Berhe] View Abstract   Download Full Text


9.     The Effect Of Land Use Change On The Structure And Floristic Pattern Of Vegetation In Ugep, Nigeria; pp. 101-113 [Authors: IWARA A.I; OFFIONG, R.A; NJAR, G.N; ATU J. E ; and, OGUNDELE, F.OView Abstract   Download Full Text


10.  Environmental Changes And Farm Productivity: An Assessment Of The Masvingo Province Of Zimbabwe, pp. 114-129 [Authors: FARAI, Malvern Simba; MURWENDO, Talent; CHIKODZI, David; MAPURISA, Brain; MUNTHALI, Akim; and, LUCKYWELL, Seyitini]  View Abstract    Download Full Text


11.  Climate Change Adaptation In Nigeria: Problems And Prospects; pp. 130-145 [Authors: OGBO, Ann I and ONYEDINMA, Amaka C.] View Abstract    Download Full Text


12.  An Evaluation Of Environmental And Demographic Use Of Contraceptives: The Case Of Port Harcourt Municipality; pp.146-158 [Authors: JAMABO, Tamunoimama; KPAI, Tonubari; and OLABANJI, Esther Titilayo] View Abstract   Download Full Text


13.  Management Of Solid Waste In Nigeria: Challenges And Proposed Solutions; pp. 159-169 [Author: EZIGBO, C.A]  View Abstract  Download Full Text


14.  Spatial Variation Of Plant Succession Communities On Post Crude Oil Impacted Sites In The Niger Delta; pp. 170-177 [Authors: OKU, Hyginus B; PORONAKIE, N. B; and, NALUBA, G. N] View Abstract   Download Full Text


15.  Microcatchment Sediment Yield Characteristics From Soil Erosion At The Nnamdi Azikiwe University; pp. 178-188 [Authors: EZE, Hilary Igwebuike; OGBUENE, Emeka Bright; and, NWACHUKWU Ujunwa L]. View Abstract    Download Full Text

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