- Resilience of Biodiversity Ecosystem
- Marine Biodiversity: Issues & Challenges
- Biodiversity of Western Ghats
- Conservation of endangered flora and habitats
- Climate Change and Biodiversity: Measures & Management
- Wetland importance on Biodiversity
- Food Security & Biodiversity
- Biodiversity & Illegal Trade
- Energy & Biodiversity-Loss/Extinction of species
- Disposal of Wastes & Impact on Biodiversity
- Development Projects, Biodiversity & Human Rights
- Conservation of Biodiversity: Policy & Plans at National & International Level
Platform: Google Meet
Participants: Academicians, Research Scholars and Students
Maximum Participants: 50
Registration Fee: Nil
E-certificates: To all presenters
Last date for abstract submission: May 26, 2020
Communication about Acceptance of Abstract: June 1, 2020
E-mail ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Mr. Shyam Sundar V (Assistant Professor) – 91 76 64 85 76 / 94 44 35 85 76
10:00 a.m- 10:30 a.m- Inaugural
10:30 a.m – 01:30 p.m- Technical Session
01:30 p.m- 02:00 p.m- Vote of thanks.
The word limit for the abstract is 300-500 words, in times new roman, font size 12 and line spacing of 1.5.
The abstract must be accompanied with details of Author and Co-Author (If any) along with the title of the paper (Name, Designation Contact details etc.) in the same document (PDF format). Co-Authorship is limited to two.
All submissions should be sent to the email ID with the subject “Submission of Abstract – Your Name”.
Upon the selection of the abstract, the intimation shall be sent to the authors through e-mail along with the Whatsapp group link wherein the authors can join the group and get the updates on the webinar.
The Google Meet link for the webinar will be shared with the participants one day prior to the event through the Whatsapp group.
Participants are instructed to join the webinar 20 mins before the schedule time.
Author(s) of every abstract will be given 10-15 mins time to share their views on the topic selected by them.
ABOUT THE COLLEGE
Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College , the 128 years prestigious institution was founded by the British in the year 1891 , with the speciality of its location being in the High Court Campus. This institution had the privilege of being the 2nd oldest college in the country and the first law college started in south India. Originally named ‘Madras Law College’, later got renamed in the year 1991 as ‘Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College’ in commemoration of Birth Centenary of Dr.B.R. Ambedkar, the Father of Indian Constitution.
The college has the high prestigious record of having many illustrious students – Former President of India Thiru R.Venkataraman (1987-92) , Former Supreme Court Chief Justices- Thiru Pathanchali Sastry ( 1951 – 54 ) , Thiru Koka Subba Rao ( 1958 – 1967 ) , Thiru P. Sadasivam ( 2013 ), Former Supreme Court Judges- Thiru V. R. Krishna Aiyar, Thiru P.Satyanarayana Raju , Thiru. V Balakrishna Eradi, Tmt.Banumathi , over 37 Supreme Court Lawyers and 1000 High Court Judges including Thiru.M. Karpagavinayagam, Thiru. V. Periyakaruppiah, Thiru.P.D Dinakaran , Former Central Ministers including Thiru. P. Chidambaram, State Chief Ministers including Thiru. Kotla Vijaya Bhaskara Reddy, Thiru. C. Sankaran Nair, a former President of the Indian National Congress and many government officials.
UN General Assembly declared June 5 as World Environment Day (WED), marking the first day of Stockholm Conference 1972. Following this the first WED was celebrated in 1974 with a slogan of “Only one Earth”. Since 1974, it has been celebrated every year on 5th June to enlighten all the stakeholders to focus their efforts on a pressing environmental issue.
World Environment Day 2020 calls for an urgent action to protect the biodiversity. Biodiversity describes the variety of life on Earth including 8 million plant and animal species on the planet, the ecosystem that house them and the genetic diversity among them. It is stressed that one million plants and animal species are facing extinction due to human actions.
India accounts for seven to eight percent of world recorded species, exactly home to 1,00,693 species of animals and 44,500 species of plants. India is one of the seventeen mega diverse nations of the world, with four hotspots and 18 biosphere reserves. The global significance calls for an immediate action to conserve our nation’s biodiversity.
Recent events, from bushfires in Brazil, the United States and Australia to locust infestations across East Africa and now, a global disease (pandemic) demonstrate the interdependence of humans and the webs of life in which they exist. Nature is sending us a message.
Despite the free benefits derived from nature, human actions upset the biodiversity. Pandemic Covid-19 teaches us that when we destroy biodiversity, we destroy the life supporting system. It is time for us to think globally and act locally to protect the ecosystem by reversing the biodiversity loss.