The environmental problems in most communities have been attributed to people’s lack of environmental awareness, inadequate knowledge, and lack of necessary skills to identify, prevent and solve environmental problems among others. The book sought to determine the effect of community-based participatory strategy on environmental knowledge, attitude and behaviours of inhabitants of rural communities. The book established that if members of a particular community were subjected to practical approach as regards environmental awareness irrespective of their gender and level of education positive result would be the outcome in the area of environmental knowledge, attitude and practices. In view of this, it could be adduced that improving the quality of our environment is a desideratum that should not be confined only to the formal schooling process. The bulk of the problems are in the wider society where there is a preponderance of people who are bereft of positive attitudes, habits and values germane to creating an environment that is human habitation friendly.