Journal of Environmental and Tourism Education (JETE) is a scholarly publication that serves as a platform for the dissemination of research and educational practices in the fields of environmental education and tourism. Published by the Department of Environmental Education, Faculty of Education at the prestigious University of Calabar in Nigeria, JETE is produced in collaboration with the esteemed Environmental and Tourism Educators & Researchers Association of Nigeria (ETERAN).

JETE aims to foster the exchange of ideas, theories, and practical approaches in environmental and tourism education, with a focus on promoting sustainable practices, conservation, and responsible tourism. The journal welcomes contributions from researchers, educators, practitioners, and policymakers who are dedicated to advancing knowledge and understanding in these fields.

The scope of JETE encompasses a wide range of topics, including but not limited to:

  1. Environmental education curriculum development and implementation
  2. Innovative teaching methodologies and pedagogical approaches in environmental and tourism education
  3. Sustainable tourism practices and their impact on the environment
  4. Environmental conservation and biodiversity protection strategies
  5. Community engagement and participation in environmental and tourism initiatives
  6. Policy and governance frameworks for environmental and tourism education
  7. Evaluation and assessment of environmental and tourism education programs
  8. Indigenous knowledge and cultural heritage in relation to environmental and tourism education

JETE encourages original research articles, theoretical papers, case studies, literature reviews, and critical perspectives that contribute to the advancement of knowledge and the enhancement of teaching and learning practices in environmental and tourism education. The journal follows a rigorous peer-review process to ensure the publication of high-quality and impactful research.

By promoting interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration among researchers, educators, and practitioners, JETE strives to address the complex challenges facing environmental education and tourism in Nigeria and beyond. It serves as a valuable resource for academics, students, policymakers, and professionals who are passionate about sustainable development, environmental conservation, and responsible tourism practices.

Overall, Journal of Environmental and Tourism Education (JETE) plays a pivotal role in advancing scholarship and promoting best practices in environmental and tourism education, thereby contributing to the creation of a more sustainable and responsible future for our planet.