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Spatio-Temporal Variability in Land Surface Temperature and Its Relationship with Vegetation Types over Ibadan, South-Western Nigeria  [PDF]
Blessing Bolarinwa Fabeku, Ifeoluwa Adebowale Balogun, Suleiman Abdul-Azeez Adegboyega, Orimoloye Ipoola Faleyimu
Atmospheric and Climate Sciences (ACS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/acs.2018.83021
Abstract: Ibadan has experienced a rapid urbanization over the past few decades due to heavy influx of people from different parts of the country as a result of improved economy of the region. This development induced a great change in land use and land cover over the region which has become a major environmental concern recently. This study assessed Land Surface Temperature (LST) and its spatio-temporal relationship with land cover type over Ibadan. Land use/Land cover dynamics were assessed using index maps generated from Landsat Satellite data (TM, ETM+ and OLI) of Ibadan. The corrected thermal Infrared bands of the Landsat data were used to retrieve LST. The results revealed a notable increase in built-up areas from 5.64% of the total land cover area in 1984 to 14.05% in 2014. This change has caused increase in surface temperature of Ibadan from 3.56?C to 8.54?C between 1984 and 2014 respectively. The study recorded a continuous decrease in the vegetal part of Ibadan (from 43.28% in 1984 to 14.76 in 2014) which could be attributed to anthropogenic activities as the vegetated land area lost was been converted to other form of land use. The change was found to be positively correlated to the surface temperature intensity over the region with correlation coefficient, r value of 0.9251, 0.8256 and 0.7017 in 1984, 2000 and 2014 respectively. It is recommended that Policies should be considered for planting trees, new guidelines for urban landscape design and construction.
Development of Carbon Dioxide Emission Assessment Tool towards Promoting Sustainability in UTM Malaysia  [PDF]
Isiaka Adeyemi Abdul-Azeez
Open Journal of Energy Efficiency (OJEE) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojee.2018.72004
Abstract: Universities are challenged to play a leadership role in addressing unsustainable practices that are exacerbating global warming. Basically, many assessment tools have been suggested for measuring emission scenarios and achieve sustainability within university campuses. However, majority of the existing tools consider greenhouse gas emissions outside the campuses upon which universities have no control. This study identifies energy as a major driving force for Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emission and a universal variable for the assessment of CO2 emission in university campus. It proposed the Malaysia University Carbon Emission Tool (MUCET) to estimate Carbon Dioxide from the sources of energy use within the campus and assess the CO2 emission scenario within Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). The result was compared to that of similar carbon emission inventory initiated by the UTM in 2009, a total emission of 46,000 Mt CO2 was observed in 2011 using MUCET compared to 82,578 Mt CO2 given as the total CO2 emission value for the campus in 2009. Also MUCET presented 74% CO2 emission for electricity and 26% in the transportation sector in variance to 78% and 20% offered for electricity and transport respectively in 2009 using the contemporary method of assessment. The difference in values was attributed to the contribution of the indirect and off-site emissions (i.e. Scope 3 emissions) from external sources. The study showed that MUCET presents a more realistic emission value and would promote sustainability on the campus.
Realizing Low Carbon Emission in the University Campus towards Energy Sustainability  [PDF]
Isiaka Adeyemi Abdul-Azeez, Chin Siong Ho
Open Journal of Energy Efficiency (OJEE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojee.2015.42002
Abstract: Energy consumption increases with intensity of human activities. People consume energy for movement and other activities and the more fossil-fuel based energy used, the more carbon dioxide (CO2) emission. Since carbon dioxide is the major element of the greenhouse gases (GHG), this phenomenon has a serious implication for global warming and consequent climate change—a scenario that calls for sustainable development. This research considers the emission of CO2 from energy use within the campus of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. Two major sources of energy consumption were identified, namely: electricity and transport. The emission for electricity was estimated based on electricity meter reading and the conversion rate in accordance with the stand-ardized conversion factors for fuel mix of the purchased electric energy as given by PTM (Pusat Tenaga Malaysia), while the associated CO2 emission for transport was estimated based on the number of miles driven (VMT—Vehicle Miles Travel) within the campus, emissions produced per litre of gasoline, and fuel economy of vehicles plying the campus in line with the Code of Federal Regulations USEPA and consistent with the Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) guidelines. It was observed that high CO2 emission resulted from electricity energy consumption, and the highest emission in the transport sector was produced by commuting vehicles while emission from service delivery for cooling, lighting and other equipment was similar to national average.
IMPACT OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC FACTORS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SMALL-SCALE ENTERPRISES IN OSUN STATE, NIGERIA
Abdul-azeez ibraheem adegoke
International Business Research , 2010, DOI: 10.5539/ibr.v3n2p92
Abstract: This study examined the impact of socio-economic characteristics on the performance of small-scale enterprises in the study area. It also identified the salient impacts of socio-economic traits on the development and expansion of small-scale enterprises in the country; established the productive prospects of progressive small-scale enterprises in the study area. The study was carried out in Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria where copies of structured questionnaire were purposively administered on selected respondents. Evidence from the study shows that socio-economic characteristics of small scale entrepreneurs tend to influence the performance and productivity of Small Scale Enterprises in Nigeria. Further analysis shows that gender, age and educational qualification had significant influence on the performance of the selected small-scale enterprises in the study area . The paper suggests integrated approach to the development of individual entrepreneurial capacity and promotion of sustainable small-scale enterprises.
An Empirical Study of the Motivational Factors of Employees in Nigeria
Aworemi, Joshua Remi,Ibraheem Adegoke Abdul-Azeez,Durowoju, Stella Toyosi
International Journal of Economics and Finance , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/ijef.v3n5p227
Abstract: The objective of this research is to draw attention to the importance of certain factors in motivating employees in Nigeria. Specifically, the study sought to describe the ranked importance of the following seven motivating factors: (a) job security, (b) personal loyalty to employees, (c) interesting work, (d) good working conditions, (e) good wages, (f) promotions and growth in the organization, and (g) full appreciation of work done. The 15 companies selected from Oyo, Kwara, Osun and Ogun States of Nigeria are mid-sized companies that involved in Educational Consultancy, Hotel and Catering Services, Transportation services, Retail services and Manufacturing. Data were collected through a well-structured questionnaire delivered to the employees of the companies. Findings of the study suggest that good working condition, interesting work, and good pay are key factors to higher employee motivation. Purposefully designed reward systems that include job enlargement, job enrichment, promotions, internal and external stipends, monetary, and non-monetary compensation should be considered. This will help the employer identify, recruit, employ, train, and retain a productive workforce.
Projecting the Possible Impacts of the National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy (NEEDS) on Human Development in Nigeria
O.J.K Ogundele,A.R. Hassan,Ibraheem A. Abdul-Azeez
International Journal of Economics and Finance , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/ijef.v3n4p162
Abstract: The study investigated the possible impact of National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy (NEEDS) on human development in Nigeria. NEEDS is a home-groomed economic and social package focused on fighting poverty and enthroning a people-centered developmental programmes. The paper evaluates each of the major thrusts of NEEDS by highlighting their respective demands for new patterns of human development. Also, collaborative and interactive model of human development is presented. The paper highlights three critical core areas that can enthrone the success of NEEDS for sustainable development. These are evangelistic development of indigenous professionals by providing needed supports in terms of training and development, infrastructural facilities and finance, enforcing the practice of business and social ethics after effective mobilization of the people psychic with the values reorientation component of NEEDS, and applying strict and swift sanctions on violations of social and economic ethics to serve as deterrent for others. It is expected therefore that through effective and efficient implementation, NEEDS will serve as a useful strategy and tool for economic development of Human resources.
EFFICACY OF DRIVERS’ FATIGUE ON ROAD ACCIDENT IN SELECTED SOUTHWESTERN STATES OF NIGERIA
Joshua Remi Aworemi,Abdul-azeez ibraheem adegoke,Akintunde Jonathan Oyedokun,Jonathan Oyerinde Adewoye
International Business Research , 2010, DOI: 10.5539/ibr.v3n3p225
Abstract: study was carried out in the administrative seats of Oyo and Ogun states of Nigeria with the aid of structured questionnaires which were administered on 325 respondents in the study area using simple random sampling approach. The collected data were analysed using multiple regression model. The study revealed that, duration of driving, stress, sleep deficit, alcohol contributed significantly to the causes of driver’s fatigue both at 5% and 10% significant levels. It was concluded that, the safest option is for driver to avoid driving when sleepy on when they are ill or taking medication. And that it is pertinent on them to plan their journeys in such a way that it will include regular rest, break of at least 15 minutes at every two hours.
A STUDY OF THE PERFORMANCE OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT COMPANY IN NIGER STATE, NIGERIA.
Aworemi Joshua Remi,ABDUL-AZEEZ IBRAHEEM ADEGOKE,OLAOGUN O. B.
International Journal of Business and Management , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v4n11p73
Abstract: This paper evaluates the variables that tend to determine the level of performance of Public (Government – owned) transport companies in Niger state of Nigeria. It identifies the variables that are influencing and/or determining the performance of public transport company in the study area. This study was carried out in Minna, the administrative seat of Niger State, Nigeria. The selection of this state is based on the preponderance of Public Transport Company in the area. For the purpose of this study, the entire management and/or operators of public transport company in Niger State, Nigeria constituted the population of the study. The public (government- owned) transport company in the study area was selected and some key officials both senior and junior spectra were purposively selected for data collection. Structured questionnaires and interview techniques were adopted for data collection. A total of forty six (46) out of sixty (60) questionnaires (that is, about 77 percent response rate) were collected and found analyzable: The result of the findings showed that, of the three functional forms of Ordinary Least Square (OLS) method of regression analysis fitted, linear function was chosen as the lead equation based on the R2, t and f- values. It was found out that cost of maintenance had coefficient of 1.999 and the coefficient is significant at 5% level while organization structure is also significant at 10% level.
Appraisal of the Impact of Team Management on Business Performance: Study of Metro Mass Transit Limited, Ghana
Abdul-azeez ibraheem adegoke,AWOREMI JOSHUA REMI,OLATEJU OLAWALE IBRAHEEM
International Journal of Business and Management , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v4n12p186
Abstract: This paper examines the impact of team management on business performance using Metro Mass Transit (Ghana) Limited as a reference point. The study was carried out in Accra, the administrative seat of Ghana and Takoradi. Copies of questionnaire were administered in the study area to generate primary data. The descriptive analysis technique using percentages and table presentations were used to analyze the collected. The study indicated that team management is an essential strategy needed to aid business performance; it is also an important tool which helps in improving business performance and productivity that can lead to business prosperity. Furthermore, the study revealed that individualism is a major hindrance to organization productivity. Lastly, the study recommends that for any organization to survive, maintain its sustenance in today’s global business change, and be successful, effective team management will be a highly needed strategy. Key words: team management, business performance, productivity, business organization, business prosperity
PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRACTICE IN NIGERIAN PUBLIC SECTOR – AN EMPIRICAL STUDY
OLATEJU, Olawale I.,ABDUL-AZEEZ, Ibraheem A.,ALAMUTU, Salimonu A.
Australian Journal of Business and Management Research , 2011,
Abstract: The application of Project Management (PM) tools and techniques in public sector is gradually becoming an important issue in developing economies, especially in a country like Nigeria where projects of different size and structures are undertaken. The paper examined the application of the project management practice in public sector in Nigeria. The PM Lifecycles, tools and techniques were presented. The study was carried out in Lagos because of its metropolitan nature and rapidly growing economy. Twenty three copies of questionnaire were administered to 23 public institutions in Lagos to generate primary data. The descriptive analysis techniques using percentages and table presentations coupled with coefficient of correlation were used for data analysis. The study revealed that application of PM tools and techniques is an essential management approach that tends to achieve specified objectives within specific time and budget limits through optimum use of resources. Furthermore the study noted that there is lack of in-depth knowledge of PM tools and techniques in public sector institutions sampled, also high cost of application was also observed by the respondents. The study recommended among others that PM tools and techniques should be applied gradually especially in old government institutions where resistance to change is perceived to be high.
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