ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES FOR
February 25-26 , 2015
Since the times immemorial the environment has not only sustained the biosphere on this planet but has also shaped, modified and refined it into a most versatile self sustaining system of million life forms. In its turn biosphere has also modified the environment drastically. But with the phenomenal rise in population of “ most intelligent animal” man has taxed the environment most. It is the ‘man’ who made this environment most unfit for himself and for other species of plants and animals for future. A non – judicious, irrational usage of natural resources has resulted various types of environmental problems. However looking forward to the future scenario the situation appears pretty grim. So we have to build up a sustainable world – which last forever, which should have a fair sharing of global resources among all living beings.
The proposed event, National Conference on Environmental Issues For Socio-Ecological Development (EISED-2015) at Department of Botany, Bareilly College, Bareilly on 25-26 February 2015 plans to be a meeting point for different professionals and academicians to discuss the current environmental issues for the sustainable development of the society, in addition to formal specialized sessions on all the researches and fundamental aspects of socio-ecological development.
AIM AND OBJECTIVES
Undoubtedly the conference will provide a platform to exchange and share the experiences and research results about all aspects of environmental issues and socio-ecological development and an opportunity to discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted.
The conference will also cover following aims other than its main objectives to bring together the post graduate students, research scholars, budding scientists, senior scientists, professionals, policy makers and representatives of GOs and NGOs to extract the solution for socio-ecological equilibrium.
The objectives of the conference would be addressed through the following themes:
Invitation and Call for the Abstracts
It gives us immense pleasure to invite you to participate in the conference. Participants are requested to send their abstracts up to 300 words with Title, Author's Name, Address, E-mail , abstract and Key words in MS word in Times New Roman (font size 12), 1" margin all sides and with single spacing to the Organizing Secretary, EISED-2015, Department of Botany, Bareilly College, Bareiilly- 243005 or by mail to email@example.com; or firstname.lastname@example.org before 15th. February, 2015.