Courses Catalogue

Environment And Society

ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Environmental Management, Bsc
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: School of Natural and Applied Sciences
PROGRAMME TYPE: Undergraduate

Required Readings



  1. Andrew Goudie (1993). The Human Impact on the Environment. Oxford Blackwell.
  2. Barrow C.S. (1998). Developing the Environmental Problems and Managing them. Longman Group Ltd Britain.
  3. Cunningham W.P. and Saigo W.B. (2006). Environmental science: A global concern. 6th ed. McGraw-Hill Company, New York.
  4. Day Brian.A and Monroe.C.Martha (2000). Environmental Education Communication For a Sustainable World (A Handbook for International Practitioners, Academy for Educational Development). Washington DC, USA.
  5. Enger.D.Eldon, and Smith.F.Bradley (2006). Environmental Science. New York, McGraw. Hill Higher Education.
  6. FAO (1997). Gender: the key to sustainability and food security. SD Dimensions,
  7. Flavier, J.M. (1995). The regional program for the promotion of indigenous knowledge in Asia. pp 479-487.
  8. Howard, P. (2003). Women and plants, gender relations in biodiversity management and conservation. London, ZED Books.
  9. Majid Husain (2001). Human Geography (Fully Revised and Updated), 2nd edition. Rawat publications, Jaipur and New Delhi-India.
  10. Mukasa, C., Tibazalika, A., Mango, A. and Muloki, H.N. (2012). Gender and forestry in Uganda: Policy, legal and institutional frameworks. Working             Paper 89. CIFOR-Center for International Forestry Research, Bogor,      Indonesia.
  11. Omara Ojungu.P.H (1992). Resource Management in Developing Countries. Longman Group Ltd, London.
  12. SuppesAnn  Mary (2000). The Social Work Experience (An Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare), 3rd edition, Mount Mary College, McGraw Hill Company, USA.
  13. Timberlake.L. (1991), Africa in Crisis, Earthscan Publication Ltd, London.
  14. Tabuti John R.S. and Van Damme Patrick (2012). Review of indigenous knowledge in Uganda: implications for its promotion. Afrika focus, Volume 25, No. 1, pp. 29-38.