Welcome to Environment Management

Environment Management

20
Aug
2020

20-08-2020 9:45 am - 27-08-2020
Rs.3,540.00

Course Coverage:

  Climate Change facts-India 2020 
 Science of climate change, modelling of climate change for developing countries 
 Carbon monitoring and modelling and Carbon Management  Climate Change and Biodiversity 
 Mainstreaming biodiversity in Impact Assessment
  Strategies for Mainstreaming
Rs.3,540.00 100
24
Aug
2020

24-08-2020 9:45 am - 25-08-2020
Rs.3,540.00

COURSE COVERAGE:

 Introduction to Waste Water, its Guidelines and Types of Waste Water discharge

 Overview of Pharmaceutical Industries and its Waste Water Treatment System

 Innovative Technologies Improving Pharmaceutical Wastewater Treatment

 Treatment and Disposal of Pharmaceutical Wastewater: Toward the Sustainable Strategy

 Ozonotech-Pharmaceutical residues removal in Industrial and Municipal effluent Waste Waters

 Impact of Pharmaceutical Industry on human health- Issues, Challenges and Solutions-AMR, ARBs, ARGs etc.

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13
Oct
2020

13-10-2020 10:00 am - 15-10-2020 1:00 pm
Rs.10,620.00

Introduction

Air pollution has become a common phenomenon in the urban centres of the country. In recent times, a lot of emphasis has been placed on improving air quality in urban centres. Air pollution in India is quite a serious issue with the major sources being fuelwood and biomass burning, fuel adulteration, vehicle emission and traffic congestion. In autumn and winter months, large scale choad residue burning in agriculture fields - a low cost alternative to mechanical tilling - is a major source of smoke, smog and particulate pollution. India has a low per capita emissions of greenhouse gases, but the country as a whole is the third largest after China and the United States. Air quality modeling is a tool for predicting the air quality at the places where it is not being monitored and also across time horizons. It has been used extensively in devising appropriate strategies for air quality management. Moreover, air quality models have been used in environmental impact assessment studies to predict the impact of proposed projects over the air quality of the region, so that mitigation measures can be drawn for pollution prevention. Both the monitoring and modeling of air pollution is essential to provide a picture of the damage humans are doing to the environment, and to enable pollution problems to be discovered and dealt with Air Pollution abatement. A lot had been said that air pollution is lower due to the COVID-19 lockdown. In this programme participants will get insights of how the COVID-19 lockdown has affected the levels of air pollution across many urban centres in India.

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