Environmental problems like desertification, deforestation, and pollution have become important paradigms in Nigeria in the last three decades. Similarly, Government, Non-governmental Organizations, corporate bodies and individual’s interests in reducing, stemming and / or mitigating the consequences of environmental degradation is very commendable.
Many of the generally acknowledged global environmental problems (greenhouse warming, ozone depletion, soil erosion, chemical management, acidic rain, and water pollution, among other things) are directly or indirectly caused by the creation, operation, and general misuse of the built-up environment. The effect of the green-house effect characterized by climate change as evident in Nigeria today is a thing of great concern. This effect is more pronounced in the Northern region (desertification).
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