2nd Webinar on

Environmental Science

April 28, 2021

Environmental Science 2021

Theme: Environmental Sustainability and Development

2nd Global Webinar on Environmental Science will be hosted on April 28, 2021 at 10:00 AM Italy time. Panel of speakers will be delivering their presentations on their recent research related to environmental science, ecology, geology water management and recycling. Current state of knowledge, its impact on future will be discussed in detailed. Meetings Int. invites all experts to be part this webinar and make it a perfect platform for knowledge sharing and networking.
Why to attend?
  • Constant source of fresh ideas and insights from peers
  • Affordability
  • Increasing connections
  • Certification and recognition
  • Visibility of profile across the globe
  • Creation of one web page for each participant
  • Interactive and informative
  • No travel required.


Session 01: Environmental Science
Environmental science has shown over several decades that society has overshot what the Earth can provide sustainably. The indicators summarized here show we clearly have an environmental crisis, declining ecosystem services, and face the sobering possibility that by the end of this century – due to our actions – two-thirds of life on Earth may be extinct. Key indicators include the ecological footprint, degrading ecosystem services, and exceeded planetary boundaries, and the results they show are grim.
Session 02: Recycling
Recycling is the process of collecting and processing materials that would otherwise be thrown away as trash and turning them into new products. Recycling can benefit your community and the environment.
Benefits of Recycling
  • Reduces the amount of waste sent to landfills and incinerators
  • Conserves natural resources such as timber, water and minerals
  • Increases economic security by tapping a domestic source of materials
  • Prevents pollution by reducing the need to collect new raw materials
  • Saves energy
  • Supports American manufacturing and conserves valuable resources
  • Helps create jobs in the recycling and manufacturing industries in the United States
Session 03: E-waste & Waste Management
Almost all e-wastes contain some form of recyclable material, including plastic, glass, and metals; however, due to improper disposal methods and techniques these materials cannot be retrieved for other purposes. If e-waste is dismantled and processed in a crude manner, its toxic constituents can wreak havoc on the human body. Processes such as dismantling components, wet chemical processing, and incineration are used to dispose the waste and result in direct exposure and inhalation of harmful chemicals.
Session 04: Biogeochemistry
The basic premise of geobiochemistry is that life emerged on Earth where there were opportunities for catalysis to expedite the release of chemical energy in water–rock–organic systems. In this framework, life is a planetary response to the dilemma that cooling decreases the rates of abiotic processes to the point that chemical energy becomes trapped. Catalysis via metabolism releases the trapped energy, and life benefits by capturing some of the energy released. Out of necessity, biochemical processes have geochemical origins, and geobiochemistry asserts that these origins can be revealed by mapping reaction mechanisms onto deep time. We propose five principles that should help guide research in the emerging field of geobiochemistry.
Session 05: Marine Sciences
Marine Sciences Session covers the multidisciplinary study of physical and the biological aspects of ocean and seas. Presentations enhance intelligence and information by covering a wide range of topics, including ecosystem dynamics; ocean currents, waves, and geophysical fluid dynamics; plate tectonics and the geology of the sea floor; and fluxes of various chemical substances and physical properties within the ocean and across its boundaries and marine environment.
Session 06: Legal aspects related to environment
Environmental law is a complex and interlocking body of treaties, conventions, statutes, regulations, and common law that, very broadly, operate to regulate the interaction of humanity and the rest of the biophysical or natural environment, toward the purpose of reducing the impacts of human activity, both on the natural environment and on humanity itself.
Topics we cover:
1. pollution control and remediation
2. Resource conservation and management
Session 07: Ecosystem and Restoration
Ecosystems are the web of life on this earth. The great environmental activist and leader of the Chipko movement Sunder Lal Bahuguna once said, ‘Ecology is the permanent economy’ and keeping his words in mind we must help in maintaining the ecosystem, as it comprises of all the living organisms and includes forests, rivers, wetlands, grasslands, estuaries, and coral reefs. Cities and farmlands also contain important human-modified ecosystems, they include a stable climate and breathable air; supplies of water, food, and materials of all kinds; and helps us protect ourselves from disaster and disease. In fact, the Corona virus is a result of ecosystem degradation, as it is a type of Zoonotic disease which got transferred from animals to humans. A major reason behind this is unnecessary interaction between the wildlife and human beings, and the reasons for this could be increasing deforestation; pollution in water bodies; draining of wetlands and peatlands; degrading coasts and overfishing in farmlands. Thus, these wrongs need to be undone for the world to move forward and eliminate alien species which are coming up, as well as deal with issues like climate change. Consequently, it is because of this reason ecosystems must be restored.
Session 08: Environmental Sustainability
Environmental sustainability is the rates of renewable resource harvest, pollution creation, and non-renewable resource depletion that can be continued indefinitely and is the most vital for the survival of living organisms. Human activities like industrialization, deforestation, and overexploitation of natural resources by exploding population, depriving agricultural practices, and much more have led the environment to the brink of collapse driving world nations to arms to prevent further deterioration of the environment and restore its stability. Many approaches like waste recycling and effluent treatment systems have been tried to alleviate the situation but only met with little or no success. Global issues comprise concerns about GHG mitigation, climate change, and renewable energy, while the location-specific issues are soil erosion, water management, soil quality, and air and water pollution.
  • Environmental Science
  • Recycling
  • E-waste & Waste Management
  • Biogeochemistry
  • Marine Sciences
  • Legal aspects related to environment
  • Ecosystem and Restoration
  • Environmental Sustainability