ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN BORNO STATE, NIGERIA: RELIGIOUS PERSPECTIVE
Jimme, M. A.; Kagu, A. and Yahya, S. A.
Journal Title:Journal of Environmental Issues and Agriculture in Developing Countries
This study which adopted literature review research design was conducted to examine the religious and cultural perspectives in environmental resources management in Borno State, Nigeria. Data were generated from the secondary sources as well as photographs. It examined the concepts of resources management with a focus on local strategies as adopted by communities in the study area. It specifically dwelled on Man's perception and needs of local resources. It also highlighted the religious ethics on resources management and brought to the fore the process of Man's exploitation and responses to management of various environmental resources. The article advocated for the integration of both local and advance environmental management strategies in order to achieve a sustainable environment.