Call for Abstracts and Full length Papers :

The participants are invited to submit their abstracts and full length papers on the theme and sub themes of the Summit (Conference). The abstract should be within 250-300 words in English font 'Times New Roman' with size of '12'. The full length paper should be within 3000-4000 words in length, including an abstract (about 300 words) and 4-5 keywords Check Guidelines. The abstracts will be released in 'Souvenir and Abstract Book' on 01st October, 2021 in the Inaugural Session of the Conference, while selected full length papers will be published freely in 'International Journal' or Proceedings of the Conference or Edited Book. The participants may send their abstracts by 31st August, 2021and full length papers by 15th September, 2021 online to Conference.esda@gmail.com. Please follow the link to Submit Your Abstract.

Poster Presentation

We invite participants to present their posters during the conference. The poster should be related with the topic and sub themes of the Conference. The poster size should be 2x3 feet. Each participant will receive a certificate. Interested participants may send their abstracts as per details given above.

The participants may present their papers by oral/poster in physical and virtual mode during the Conference as per their suitability. We will provide both platform.

Sub-Themes of Conference for Abstracts :

  1. Sustainable Development:
    • Sustainable Development
    • Sustainability Science
    • Carrying Capacity based Planning for Sustainable Development
    • Sustainable Smart Cities
    • National Health Policy-2017
    • SDGs

  2. Water Conservation and Management
    • Conservation of River, Ponds, lakes, wetlands & ground water
    • Rainwater harvesting
    • Water scarcity
    • Water conflict
    • Floods
    • Drought
    • Desertification
    • Declining of ground water tables
    • Smart technology & innovation in water & wastewater treatment
    • Water management in industries and agriculture activities
    • Govt. Initiatives Nammami Gange, NGBRA, NMCG
    • National Water Mission
    • Jal Shakti Abhiyan
    • Water- saving, safety & security plan
    • Balancing critical water needs: the people-food-energy-environment nexus
    • Managing water scarcity: supply-side & demand-side options
    • Rainwater harvesting

  3. Climate Change
    • Global Warming
    • Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)
    • Green Buildings
    • Impact of Climate Change
    • Global initiative for mitigation of green house gases

  4. Environmental Pollution and Solution
    • Air Pollution
    • Water Pollution
    • Noise Pollution
    • Soil Pollution

  5. Environmental Health Diseases
    • Respiratory diseases
    • Waterborne disease
    • Cancer
    • Skin diseases
    • ENT Diseases
    • Geriatric Medicine

  6. . Solid Waste Management
    • Municipal waste
    • e-Waste management
    • Industrial waste
    • Hazardous waste
    • Bio-medical waste
    • Agriculture waste
    • Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

  7. Environmental Economics
    • Green Economy
    • Eco Commerce
    • Green Accounting
    • Green Jobs
    • Green Trading
    • EIA
    • CSR
    • Green GDP
    • Eco-tax

  8. Environmental Law and Policies

  9. Environment and Socio-Economic-Cultural facets

  10. Biodiversity Conservation, Ecosystem Services, Ecotourism and Livelihood

  11. New & Renewable Energy, Natural Resource Management and Afforestation

  12. Natural hazard and Disaster Management as Transdisciplinary Approach

  13. Environment change-Industry linkages, impact on Health, Technologies and Social action

  14. Technological Innovation in Industrial Environment, Health & Safety (EHS), Effluent Treatment Plants (ETP), Sewage Treatment Plants (STP), CETP, Air Pollution Control Devices, Instruments, Purifies

  15. Environmental Challenges, Community Resilience and Regional Development

  16. Environmental Communication, Citizen Environmental Activism, Evidence based outcomes and Policy Intervention

  17. Air, Water, Food and Land Systems: Future Challenges and Pathways for Developing World

  18. Public Policy for Food Security, Water Access and Sustainable Development

  19. Sustainable Agriculture • Environmental Biotechnology • Toxicology • Microbiology • Immunology • Environmental Chemistry • Food Technology • Earth Science • Hydrology • Biochemistry • Forestry and Horticulture
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