As environmental issues are global in nature, each country is in control of its own environment or territory and, hence, should be controlling, monitoring, and enacting regulations and practices in safeguarding its environment. This is also true for India. The Copenhagen Accord indicates that it is up to individual countries to devise and enforce the regulations and steps necessary to achieve their national commitments towards environment. Because of the country specific role of controlling and monitoring the environment, it is difficult to enforce environmental standards on countries from a global perspective. Hence, each country should be willing to consider environmental issues as a probable contributor to the overall global degradation of the environment and participate in controlling it, through its laws and eco-friendly practices. In addition, each country could be part of a worldwide network ie: association or organization that uses the global network, technological know-how, and resources to be a contributing partner to global group in helping the environment.
The link between environmental concerns, its effects on people, and the resulting consequences on human life and the economy are easily traceable. Higher the environmental destruction greater the health problems faced by the people resulting in both human and economic costs. Hence let us get awakened together to make this planet , our Mother Earth , an Ecological Heaven.
The objective of the conference is to bring together leading scientists, researchers, activists and all those directly or indirectly associated with various aspects of Environment. It will be an interdisciplinary forum for people from all spheres of like , Scientists, Environmentalists, Biologists, Economists, Engineers, Architects, Lawyers and practitioners to present their research, ideas, developments, and applications in all areas of Environment.