MCMEF Certificate Course on Development and Bio-Diversity: Finding a Common Ground

MCMEF Certificate Course on Development and Bio-Diversity: Finding a Common Ground

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This is a certificate course being organized by the M.C. Mehta Environmental foundation. It is a one-day course which is to be held on 23rd January 2016. The last date for registration is 13th January 2016.

The main speakers include:

  • M.C. Mehta (Environmental Lawyer and Activist)
  • P.C. Tyagi (Former Chairman, Central Pollution Control Board)
  • G. D. Agarwal (Former Member Secretary CPCB and Activist)
  • Mehr Singh (Former Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, State of Kerala)

And various other eminent persons in the field of law, environment protection, etc.

Topics of discussion

  • Environment and Pollution Laws in India
  • Exploitation of Natural Resources
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Climate Change and its Impact
  • Wildlife and Bio-Diversity Laws
  • International Environmental Law
  • National and State Forest Policies
  • Right to Information
  • Landmark and Sub-Judice Environmental Cases; etc.

Field Trip : Najafgarh Industrial Area / Sewage Treatment Plant / Yamuna Bio-Diversity Park (Any Two) accompanied by Mr. Naresh Bhardwaj, Environment and Sanitation Expert, RTI Activist and State Consultant Swacch Bharat Mission, Government of Haryana

Timings: 10a.m. – 5.30p.m.

Fees for the course: Rs. 1,500/-

For Registration Form and Further Queries shoot a mail to mcmeftp@gmail.com or contact on 011 -41756519 or 9999024687

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