ISBN 9789956717293
Pages 62
Dimensions 216 x 140 mm
Published 2011
Publisher Langaa RPCIG, Cameroon
Format Paperback

Environmental Problems in the Bakossi Landscape

A Handbook for Environmental Educators

by Ekpe Inyang

Written in simple and straightforward language, Environmental Problems in the Bakossi Landscape is a practical handbook of knowledge and skills needed to be more efficient in sensitising and taking practical steps to address environmental problems. Although the handbook focuses on the seven environmental problems of the Bakossi Landscape, its depth and breadth of analysis and the deliberate attempt at not making it too site-specific in the discussion of the problems makes it equally useful for Environmental Clubs of schools in other areas, as well as other community educators interested in environmental issues or environmental education. The ultimate aim of the book is in assisting all and sundry make the world a better place by being more sensitive to the needs, sensibilities and sensitivities of the environment.

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About the Author

Ekpe Inyang

Ekpe Inyang hails from Korup and holds an MSc degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Strathclyde, UK. He has many years of experience, having worked, in different capacities, with the World Wide Fund for Nature, Wildlife Conservation Society, and Pan African Institute for Development—West Africa (PAID-WA) in Cameroon. He is author of several scientific articles and textbooks on environmental education, and has distinguished himself as a committed playwright. The Hill Barbers is his eighth play. His other plays are: Professor Adoniah, Beware, The Sacred Forest, The Swamps, The Game, Water Na Life, and The Last Hope

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