The Department of Environmental Studies of the University of Delhi is organizing a one-day National Workshop on Emerging Pollution Challenges on Earth Ecosystem – SAFAR, India’s Novel Initiative on March 26. It is sponsored by Ministry of Earth Sciences. Apply by March 15.
About the organizer:
The Department of Environmental Studies is among the top-ranked centers globally for teaching and research in the fields of environment, earth sciences, and ecology. It has a committed pool of teachers and scholars whose endeavors are focused on making the earth a healthy, safe and sustainable space for mankind and the diversity of life.
About the workshop:
Clearing the menace of air pollution needs an integrated effort from science and society. One such programme initiated by the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES) named System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR).
The program is dedicated to monitor and forecast the changing pollution state with the aim to design appropriate measures and actions for the betterment of air quality. The constantly deteriorating air quality and the quest for an effective solution is a huge challenge.
The aim of the workshop is to take stock of the perils that we have created for ourselves and also to increase awareness among the people regarding the degrading air quality, associated health risks, self-mitigation along with discussing possible mitigation strategies considered by the policy-makers.
- Interested persons from multidisciplinary backgrounds are eligible to apply for the workshop.
- Preference will be given to scientists, teachers and research scholars who help in strategizing and disseminating information widely.
Conference Centre, University of Delhi, North Campus, Delhi – 110007.
Date of the Workshop:
March 26, 2019.
Number of Seats:
March 15, 2019.
- Scientists/Teachers: INR 700.
- Research Scholars: INR 600.
Click here to register.
Abhinav Garg: 9899605809, Rohit Kumar: 8527248501, Ayush Saran: 8010360138.