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Webinar on Plastic Pollution amidst COVID-19 by TERI, New Delhi [July 31, 3:30 PM]: Registrations Open

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The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), New Delhi is organizing a Webinar on Plastic Pollution amidst COVID-19 on July 31, 2020, from 3:30 PM to 5 PM.

During COVID-19, the management of single-use plastic (SUP) items remains a challenge in India. TERI is hosting a webinar on plastic waste management and raising public awareness of plastic pollution.

The Energy and Resources Institute is a research institute in New Delhi that specializes in the fields of energy, environment, and sustainable development. Established in 1974, it was formerly known as the Tata Energy Research Institute.

Topics
  • Is single-use plastic a blessing to modern society or a curse?
  • Can plastic pollution get worse after the COVID-19 pandemic?
  • Are biodegradable plastics the answer?
  • What are the sustainable choices in this pandemic?

Join this webinar to get answers to these questions and make yourself aware of plastic pollution during the coronavirus pandemic.

Speakers
  1. Mr. R K Bansal, Director General, Recycling & Environment Industry Association of India, REIAI
  2. Dr. Ashish Jain, Founder, and Director, Indian Pollution Control Association
  3. Mr. Amit Jain, Managing Director, IRG Systems South Asia Pvt. Ltd
  4. Mr. Sourabh Manuja, Fellow, Environment & Waste Management Division, TERI
Registration

Interested candidates can register for the webinar by clicking here.

For full notification, click the link below.

Webinar on Plastic Pollution amidst COVID-19 by TERI, New Delhi

 

 

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3 Comments

  1. Pooja Anil Yakanalli says:

    The link in this article isn’t correct please verify ! It’s for some other event by TERI which was scheduled on 13 July.

    1. The links show July 31. We have checked.

  2. Pooja Anil Yakanalli says:

    The registration link mentioned is incorrect.

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