Technological Development in Contemporary Era-a Threat to Environment at National and International Strata: Challenges and Remedies.
11th – 12th November, 2017
Nehru Melorial Law PG College, Hanumangarh, Rajasthan
About the International Seminar
Technological development and environment are invariably related to each other. Even the developing countries cannot afford to ignore the environmental consequences of the process of development.
Hence an essential and grave problem is to maintain harmony between development and environment. The future of the developing countries greatly depends on better international understanding of the right of development because this right depends on several other human rights.
Article 55 of the U. N. Charter describes economic development and respect for human rights as the twin foundations of friendly and peaceful relations among nations. Economic development and human rights are thus intimately connected with each other.
Development is linked with human rights through the clear acceptance of social and economic rights as well as established human rights. Thus human rights and economic development are clearly complementary to each other.
Stockholm Conference, Habitat Conference and Conference on Desertification and several other conventions relating to environment not only provide foundation for the development of international environmental law but make it clear that a real beginning has been made in the management of the world in which all of us live in the right directions.
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Call for Papers
Papers are invited from the academicians, practitioners, researchers, scholars and students on the issues related to above main theme and below mention sub themes.
It is also proposed that the selected papers by the Committee will be published in a special volume on the seminar in the form of an Edited Book with ISBN No.
Author of selected papers would be given an opportunity to present their papers as per requirement of the theme during sessions on the day of the seminar.
Ø Technological Development, Poverty and Environment Nexus.
Ø Technological Development, Climate change-Human health and Welfare issues
Ø Technological Development and Environment-National and International perspectives
Ø Climate change and Environment- Sustainable livelihoods and Human Rights
Ø Technological Development climate networks and national security
Ø Ecosystems and Biodiversity, indigenous systems and alternative renewable energy
Ø Solid Municipal wastes and Waste Management Natural calamities and Environmental
Ø Environmental Education and Awareness at national and international level
Ø Development and Displacement- Socio, economic legal and gender issues
Ø Environment- loss of agricultural production and food
Ø Biological Therapeutic Products
Ø Biopharma Strategies
Ø Drug Discovery and Developments
Ø Green Chemistry and Environment
Ø Any other theme which is related from the main theme
All the Abstracts and Full length papers shall be sent as an attachment on email id: firstname.lastname@example.org