Environmental Management Practices


American Journal of Environment Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2017)

American Journal of Environment Studies (AJES) is a peer-reviewed journal published by AJPO Journals, one of the top research journal publishers in the world. AJES aims to provide a platform for researchers, scholars, practitioners, and policy makers to share and disseminate their original and innovative findings on various aspects of environmental studies, such as climate change, biodiversity, pollution, sustainability, and environmental management. AJES welcomes submissions from all disciplines and fields related to the environment, as long as they meet the high standards of academic rigor and relevance. AJES is an open access journal that is indexed by Google Scholar and has a high impact factor. This means that the articles published in AJES are freely available online for anyone to access, read, cite, and use.


  • Fish Traders’ Demographic Factors and Their Effect on the Environmental Situation of the Fish Market
  • Trader’s Fish Handling Practices, Perceptions on Environmental Management and Level of Awareness on Government’s Sanitation Guidelines in Gikomba Market, Nairobi
  • Contribution of JGI REDD + Project in Addressing Deforestation, Climate Variability and People’s Livelihoods in Western Tanzania: A Case of Ilagala, Karago and Kirando Villages
  • Heavy Metals
  • Ngong Forest Dependence and Household Welfare
Category Book Chapters
Publisher: AJPO journals and books publishers
Authors: Albert Maina Mwangi, John E. Makunga, Smaranika Jena, Mwera Dorothy K
Pages: 101
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