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Event: National Conference on Renewable Energy and Environment
Date: 25.09.2014 to 27.09.2014
Venue: Devrukh, India
Organised by: Department of Chemistry and Physics, A.S.P. College

An event organised to discussconceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental or theoretical works in all areas of Environmental and Renewable energy related but not limited to; renewable energies, green energy technology, electric power systems, economics of energy, sustainable agriculture, waste management, biodiversity and its conservation etc. Designed to be an interactive session this national event will help address environment problems caused by excessive use of fossil fuel energy and in turn minimise them by using renewable energy resources.

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Event: International Wetlands Conference
Date: 14.09.2014 to 18.09.2014
Venue: Huesca, Spain
Organised by: Society of Wetland Scientists-Europe, European Pond conservation Network, Comarca de Los Monegros, and EU Life Program

This year’s conference on Wetlands will be focusing on “Wetlands Biodiversity and Services: Tools for Socio-Ecological Development” to progress on developing basic knowledge and exchange experiences and tools for managing and integrating wetlands as part of socio-economic development.It will cover wide range of topics related to types of wetland, their ecology, management and applications with particular emphasis on wetland restoration, creation and the integration of wetlands with wide range of socio-ecological issues to mitigate global climate change

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Event: The IAFOR North American Conference on Sustainability, energy and the Environment 2014
Date: 11.09.2014 to 14.09.2014
Venue: Providence, United States
Organised by: International Academic Forum in conjunction with its global university and institutional partners

This FirstNorth American Conferencewill address various dimensions of human sustainability. The theme of 2014 conference is, “Individual, Community and Society: Conflict, Resolution and Synergy” and will include variety of presenters representing a wide range of social science disciplines along with scholars in STEM disciplines (i.e., science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) inspiring multi-disciplinary collaborations in seeking solutions to complex issues and problems of the 21st century

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Event: The International Conference on “Pro Mountains: Tourism, Environment, Sustainable Development”
Date: 5.09.2014 to 7.09.2014
Venue: DrobetaTurnu-Severin, Romania
Organised by: A collaboration of Research Centre for Regional Analysis in Tourism, Faculty of Geography (Bucharest University)together with European Association of Geographers (EUROGEO)

International Conference on Pro Mountainshas a central theme of “Nature and People: interactions, conflicts, consequences, solutions”, that will focus on important topic in tourism, respectively sustainable development, building a bridge between environment and tourism, nature and people debating all aspects generated by their interactions urging an international cooperation.

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Event: International Workshop – Environmental Conflicts: Planning, Issues and Resolution
Date: 4.09.2014 to 6.09.2014
Venue: Bucharest, Romania
Organised by: Centre for Environmental Research and Impact Studies (University of Bucharest) in partnership with Faculty of Geography, Association for Biodiversity Conservation, and Romanian National Authority for Scientific Research

The international workshop on environmental conflictsaims to facilitate an interdisciplinary dialogue on subject of environmental conflicts and approaches towards their resolution in spatial planning for sustainable development. Three Plenary sessions will address, urban ecosystem services, land-use conflict anticipation and resolution, and role of conflicts and negotiations in environmental and land use. This international workshop will also be an opportunity to showcase the results of the national research project on “Modelling of environmental impact induced by the typologies of incompatible land uses in human settlements” along with field trips in Bucharest and Transylvania for a holistic approach in understanding various aspects of environmental conflicts.

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