Toward addressing challenges of environmental education: A panacea for sustainable development in Nigeria

  • Danlami Garba Department of Educational Psychology and Couunseling School of General Education Shehu Shagari College of Education, Sokoto

Abstract

Recognizing that no meaningful sustainable development can
ever be achieved without the necessary attention to the
environment, this review identies the definitions, aims and
objectives of Environmental Education, threats to the
environment, and status of Environmental Education in
Nigeria. It recommends collaborative efforts between
governments, NGOs and other professional associations to
address challenges of the environment and Environmental
Education.

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Published
2017-12-13