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National Webinar on Environment Conservation for a Balanced Ecosystem by IPEM Law Academy [Feb 26]: Register by Feb 22

IPEM Law Academy is organizing a national webinar on Environment Conservation for a Balanced Ecosystem, on February 26, 2022.

About the Organizer

IPEM Group, under the aegis of Laksh Educational Society, registered under the Societies Act, 1860, continues to build on its reputation as a premier Group of Institutions and has now established campuses offering different courses in the areas of Management, Information Technology, Law, and Education.

IPEM Law Academy is NAAC Accredited and affiliated with Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut. It is approved by the Bar Council of India and offers LL.B (3 Year) and B.A. LL.B (5 Year) programs.

About the Event

IPEM Law Academy will be organizing a National Webinar on ” Environment Conservation – for a Balanced Ecosystem”- “We need ants to survive, but they don’t need us at all”. Biological diversity, or biodiversity, is the scientific term for the variety of life on Earth. It refers not just to species but also to ecosystems and differences in genes within a single species. Everywhere on the planet, species live together and depend on one another. Every living thing, including man, is involved in these complex networks of interdependent relationships, which are called ecosystems.

Healthy ecosystems clean our water, purify our air, maintain our soil, regulate the climate, recycle nutrients and provide us with food. They provide raw materials and resources for medicines and other purposes. They are at the foundation of all civilization and sustain our economies. It’s that simple: we could not live without these “ecosystem services”. They are what we call our natural capital Biodiversity is the key indicator of the health of an ecosystem. A wide variety of species will cope better with threats than a limited number of them in large populations. Even if certain species are affected by pollution, climate change, or human activities, the ecosystem as a whole may adapt and survive. But the extinction of a species may have unforeseen impacts, sometimes snowballing into the destruction of entire ecosystems.

The World Health Organization, the World Economic Forum, and other organizations have pointed to air pollution, climate change, and water scarcity as some of the biggest threats to human well-being.

These are environmental challenges that also intersect with threats to biodiversity. By 2050, the world’s population is projected to be 10 billion. We’ll see accelerated impacts on natural resources that intensify this challenge and others, such as the already harsh impacts of climate change on both people and nature. The question of whether we can advance both conservation and human development.
The main objective of this webinar is to discuss in detail the above-mentioned points.

The webinar is scheduled for the 26th of February 2022, from 11 AM to 1 PM. The webinar will be divided into two major sessions.

Speakers

Rakesh Khatri also Known as “NEST MAN OF INDIA” (Environmentalist Limca Book Awardee & Founder Ecoroots Foundation)

  • International Green Apple Award in the house of commons London for best practice on sparrow conservation.
  • Earth day star declared by 194 countries association Washington DC: A special chapter in the 4th standard English book of ICSC board this year
  • National Award for best performance with children through innovative and traditional methods.
  • World Book of records for 125000 nests of jute and tetra pack.
  • Limca book of record. For maximums number of hand made nest and workshop. 2019f.Limca book of record for theatre on climate change with 112000 students in 12 languages

Prof. Dr. Bharti (National Law University, Delhi): Dr. Bharti is presently a Professor of Law at National Law University, Delhi which she had joined in 2009. Prior to that, she was teaching at the Faculty of Law, Delhi University between 1998-2009.

Her areas of interest and specialization are Environmental Laws, Human Rights, Humanitarian and Refugee Law, Constitutional Law, Laws relating to Women, Alternative Dispute Resolution, etc. She is involved in the teaching clinic papers pertaining to legal aid, court management, and professional ethics.

She is also the convenor and member of several committees at NLU Delhi. She is a regular Visiting Faculty at the Bureau of Parliamentary Studies and Training (BPST), Institute of Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies (ICPS), and Haryana Institute of Public Administration. Various paper presentations on different themes have been made by her at several Conferences including SAARC Law Bhutan and GAJE in Turkey.

She has been a part of the Law Commission’s Panel on Early Childhood Development and has completed a Research Project commissioned by the Ministry of Women and Child Development on the subject matter of ‘Maintenance’ and also the CEDAW India Country Report.

She is involved in the teaching graduate and post-graduate courses on environmental law and clinic papers pertaining to legal aid, court management, and professional ethics. She has been the faculty coordinator for MOOC’s course on Environmental law that has had a wide subscription across the country.

She is also the Director – Centre for Environmental Law, Policy and Research, NLUD that has conducted various initiatives on Environment including the Teacher’s Training Programme on Environmental Laws and Workshops (latest on Game Theory and Climate Change in Nov. 2021).

The International Environmental Conferences held by NGT in the past (on three occasions) have seen her active participation in the organization and publication of its proceedings. She was invited as a resource person in the Faculty Development Program on Sustainable development (October 2018) at ARSD College, Delhi University.

She has Chaired Thematic Session: Challenges of Environmental Protection as part of the International Conference on Sustainable Development and World Economy (February 2019) held at India International Centre, New Delhi. She has been a key speaker at the second and third Indian Law Conclave on the theme of climate change and environmental laws respectively (2020, 2019). She has Chaired and been a Resource Person for several Webinars at the National and International levels.

Who is it for?

The webinar is open to all, i.e. students pursuing UG/PG of any year, Practising Advocates, Academician, Research Scholar, Environmentalist, anyone who cares about mother nature.

Mode of Event

Online

Click on the link given at the end of this post to register for the webinar.

Fee Details

Free of cost

Prizes

Certificate of attendance

Deadline

February 22, 2022

Contact Information

Conveners:

Mr. Ravi Prakash Shukla
Contact Number: 8130133921
Email Address: ravi.prakash@ipemgzb.ac.in

Ms. Anchita Sood
Contact Number: 702424012
Email Address: anchita@ipemgzb.ac.in

Click here to register for the webinar.

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