Topic : The environmental impacts of building constructions as expressed by the stakeholders in building and construction industry.
Key words: Environmental Impact Assessment (EAI,Sustainable Development: Development, Regulation,Global Warning, Ecosystem, Green house Gas (GHG)
This study investigated the environmental impacts of building constructions as expressed by the stakeholders in building and construction industry. The instrument used was structured questionnaire which were distributed randomly to 200 respondents for data collection and analysis. The research revealed that the major environmental impacts are: Habitat destruction which is caused by destruction of vegetation, pollution, waste accumulation, soil erosion, flood, global warming etc. All the impacts listed are above the mid (RII) index 1.0 suggesting that they are all significant environmental impacts and causes environmental degradation. Ecology conservation, pollution control, waste management was ranked as the most important environmental protection measures used to control building construction environmental impacts. The study therefore subjects the use of ministry of environment, Nigeria Environmental Protection Board, Nigeria Conservation Foundation and Environmental impact Assessment document to reduce environmental degradation and enhance sustainable environment and development. These findings should serve as a guide in developing a frame work for mitigating measures associated with construction projects in Nigeria. The outcome of this study can also help organizations and managers prepare proper sustainability plans and also increase the knowledge of the stakeholders in construction sites through training and awareness programs. Government should initiate sustainable construction measurement and management practice in Nigeria.
1.1 Background of the study.
1.2 Statement of Problem.
1.3 Purpose of the Study.
1.4 Research Question.
1.5 Research Hypothesis.
1.6 Significance of the Study.
1.7 Scope and limitation of the study.
1.8 Definition of terms.
1.9 Literature review and Theoretical Frame work
3.1 Theoretical frame work
3.2 Conceptual frame work
3.3 Research Methodology
3.4 Research Design
3.5 Population of the Study
3.6 Sample Size
3.7 Sample Procedure
3.8 Instrument for Data collection
3.9 Validation of Instrument
3.0 Administration of the instrument
3.1 Reliability of instrument
3.2 Method of Data analysis
3.3 Presentation and analysis of Data
3.4 Analysis of respondents characteristics and classifications
3.5 Analysis of individual research statement
3.6 Test of research hypothesis
3.7 Discussion of the findings
4.1 Suggestion for further reading
Prof Damilare, S (2019). Environmental impacts of building constructions as expressed by the stakeholders in building and constructionindustry.ESMproject. Afribary.com: Retrieved July 19, 2019, from https://afribary.com/works/environmental-impacts-of-building-constructions-as-expressed-by-the-stakeholders-in-building-and-constructionindustry-esmproject
Segun, Prof Damilare. "Environmental impacts of building constructions as expressed by the stakeholders in building and constructionindustry.ESMproject" Afribary.com. Afribary.com, 10 Mar. 2019, https://afribary.com/works/environmental-impacts-of-building-constructions-as-expressed-by-the-stakeholders-in-building-and-constructionindustry-esmproject . Accessed 19 Jul. 2019.
Segun, Prof Damilare. "Environmental impacts of building constructions as expressed by the stakeholders in building and constructionindustry.ESMproject". Afribary.com, Afribary.com, 10 Mar. 2019. Web. 19 Jul. 2019. < https://afribary.com/works/environmental-impacts-of-building-constructions-as-expressed-by-the-stakeholders-in-building-and-constructionindustry-esmproject >.
Segun, Prof Damilare. "Environmental impacts of building constructions as expressed by the stakeholders in building and constructionindustry.ESMproject" Afribary.com (2019). Accessed July 19, 2019. https://afribary.com/works/environmental-impacts-of-building-constructions-as-expressed-by-the-stakeholders-in-building-and-constructionindustry-esmproject