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Theme : Assessment of ecological risk and management

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Scietech international takes great pleasure to announce “Global Meeting on Environmental Toxicology and Ecological  assessment" which is going to be held in Vancouver, Canada, from July 27-29 in 2020. Environmental toxicology conferences will lay a platform for scientists, world-class professors, and environmentalist to discuss an approach for environmental awareness. Global Environmental toxicology is designed to provide diverse and current education that will keep experts to discuss about the climatic change, adaption to be taken and ocean save 
why to attend? 
This event will provide an opportunity to build and expand your network with various people and gives chance to make collaboration with other universities and research labs. It also helps you to meet the experts in the relevant field of study. It gives the access to novel instruments in the market. This conference plays a major role in your business development and maximizes the profit. The aim of the conference is to provide a platform to academicians and practitioners from multiple disciplines to debate and deliberate on social change that is encompassed by innovation and technology. 
 Target Audience: 
• Environmental researchers and scientist 
• Ecologists 
• Pest Control Professionals 
• Plant Scientists 
• Biodiversity Professionals 
• Students in Public Health 
• Epidemiologists 
• Environmental Science Professors 
• Agricultural Scientists 
• Marine Biologists 
• Health Care Departments 
• Doctors 
Sessions: 
1) Pollution: 
Pollution refers to an undesirable changes in air, water and soil due to presence of various substances. Substances that causes pollution are referred to as pollutants. These pollutants contaminate the pure nature of environment and that is called as environmental pollution. Subtracts: 
• Air pollution 
• Noise pollution 
• Light Pollution
• Plastic Pollution 
• Thermal Pollution 
• Radioactive Contamination 
Related societies: 
1. Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences. 
2. British Ecological Society. 
3. Ecological Society of America. 
4. Ecological Society of Australia. 
6. International Society of Chemical Ecology. 
2) Global warming: 
Global warming is defined as increased temperature. Increased levels of released carbon dioxide, CFC’s, and other pollutants in the environment lead to greenhouse effect. Global warming can also be explained as climate change which is observed century-scale rise in average temperature of earth’s climate system and its related effects. This rise in temperature is explained by increasing global temperatures, rising sea levels, changing precipitation and expansion of deserts in subtropics. 
Subtracts: 
• Greenhouse Gas emissions regulations 
• Ozone Layer Depletion 
• Carbon Cycle 
Related societies: 
2. New Zealand Ecological Society, 
3. Society for Ecological Restoration, 
4. Society for Population Ecology, 
6. Earth System Governance Project.
3) Environmental toxicology and chemistry: 
As we know, Toxicology is the science that deals with harmful effects of chemical agents on any biological materials .Environmental toxicology deals with effect of toxic substances on environment and its livings beings. Environmental Toxicants are the agents that are released into the environment, has adverse effects on the health of animals as well as plants. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry is the field that integrates toxicology in the environment; environmental, analytical, and molecular chemistry of ecosystem. 
Subtracts: 
• Risk assessment of chemicals in food 
• Chemical oxygen demand 
• Atmospheric chemistry and air pollution 
• Biological oxygen demand 
• Bio mineralogy 
• Xenobiotic metabolism 
• Environmental Contamination Toxicology 
• Environmental Mutagenicity 
• Environmental Tourism 
• New Trends In Environmental Toxicology 
• Environmental Management and Toxicology 
• Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 
Related societies: 
1. British Toxicology Society
2. Bulgarian Toxicological Society. 
3. Finnish Society of Toxicology. 
 4. Latvian Toxicology Society. 
5. Turkish Society of Toxicology. 
4) Toxicology:
 Toxicology is a branch of Pharmacology concerned with nature, effects and detection of Poison. 
Related societies: 
• Ecotoxicology 
• Genetic Toxicology 
• Applied Toxicology 
• Heavy Metal Toxicity 
• Toxic kinetics and Toxic dynamics 
• Opium Toxicity 
• Agricultural Toxicology 
• Regulatory Toxicology 
• Medical Toxicology 
• Economic Toxicology 
• Aquatic Toxicology 
• Aflatoxins    
Related societies: 
1. European Aluminum Association. 
3. European Asphalt Pavement Association. 
4. Swedish Recycling Industries Association. 
5. European Electronics Recyclers Association. 
5) Occupational toxicology: 
Occupational toxicology can be defined as the science that deals with chemicals that are found in the workplace. The main role of this toxicology is to find of the causative chemical, what the acute and chronic diseases that they cause are and also prevention of such harmful effects. Occupational toxicologists assess or evaluate the risk caused at workplace and prevents further complications. 
Related societies: 
1. Albanian Toxicologists Association. 
2. Austrian Society of Toxicology. 
 4. British Toxicology Society. 
5. American College of Toxicology. 
6) Waste Recycling and Management : 
Waste management is a complete process of collection, transport, processing, managing and monitoring of waste materials. It aims at unearthing the recent innovations and developments in this field with a view to check global warming. Waste management involves all the activities and actions required to manage waste from its development to its final disposal
 Subtracts: 
• Solid waste 
• Environmental Agents 
• Environmental Hazardous 
• Occupational Biohazard Wastes
• Environmental Remediation 
 Related societies: 
1. Bangladesh Environmental Lawyers Association 
3. American College of Medical Toxicology. 
4. Croatian Toxicological Society. 
5. Danish Society of Pharmacology and Toxicology. 
 7) Environmental Technologies and Sustainability Metrics: 
 Environmental technologies are the innovations that are developed to understand the changes in environment. They utilizes at least one of the natural science, green science, natural checking to evaluate the ecological status. 
Subtracts: 
• Environmental remediation 
• Sustainable development 
Related societies: 
2. The International Biometrics Society (Australasian Region) 
3. The International Environ metrics Society (TIES) 
4. American Statistical Association Section on Statistics and the Environment 
5. International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (IEMSs) 
6. Worldwide pollution Control Association 
8) Ecological Risk and Impact Assessment: 
Risk related to a well-defined situation and a recognized threat (also called hazard) is quantitatively or qualitatively determined by risk assessment
Quantitative risk assessment needs calculations of 2 parts of risk (R): the magnitude of the potential loss (L), and therefore the chance (p) that the loss can occur. 
Subtracts: 
• Chemical risk assessment 
• Carcinogen risk assessment 
Related societies: 
1. The Australian Water Association 
3. The Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand 
4. Food & Agricultural Organization of the United Nations 
5. Australian Institute of Environmental Health 
6. Waste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association. 
9) Biodegradation and Bioremediation: 
Biodegradation is generally defined as biological process which decomposes biologically degraded materials. It is a natural process that takes place without human intervention. Bioremediation is the programmed process of utilization of biological means (including bacteria, algae, fungi, etc.) to degrade a material. Biodegradation is a slow process, while bioremediation is a faster process. By controlling temperature, availability of food or nutrients, bioremediation can be controlled by human activities whereas, nature takes control over biodegradation. Biodegradation can occur anywhere and can be beneficial or harmful, whereas, bioremediation occurs only in specified contaminated site, and is always beneficial to us. 
Subtracts: 
• Biofouling of Water Treatment Membranes 
• Biofilms in Natural and Drinking Water Systems 
• Ecology of Marine Microbial Biofilms 
• Conditioning Films in Aquatic Environments 
• Biodegradable Balloons 
• Biodegradable Confetti 
• Biodegradable Diapers 
• Biodegradable Sunscreen 
• Biodegradation Biodiversity
• Bioremediation Bacteria 
• Bioremediation Plants 
• Bioremediation Products 
• Anaerobic Biodegradation 
 Related societies: 
1. Virginia Recycling Association. 
2. Washington State Recycling Association. 
3. West Virginia Recyclers Association. 
4. Recycling Coalition of West Virginia. 
5. Associated Recyclers of Wisconsin. 
6. Wyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association. 
10) Conservation Biology: 
Conservation biology is defined as study of nature and status of Earth’s biodiversity with the aim of protecting species, their habitats and ecosystems from extinction and erosion. There is a rapid decline in the conservative biology which indicates the imbalance in environment. Conservation biology is mainly concerned with process of maintenance, loss and restoration of biodiversity and the science of sustaining evolutionary process that engender genetic, population, species and ecosystem diversity
Related societies: 
1. Air & Waste Management Association 
2. Australian Marine Sciences Association 
3. Total Air Pollution Control (TAPC) Sydney, Australia 
4. Metal Recycling Association of India. 
5. Waste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore 
11) Chemical Oceanography: 
Oceanography is the investigation of the sea and all its unpredictable associations with the planet. He/she is the one who looks researches on chemistry of ocean water, geology related to sea and also physical developments of sea water. Oceanography, as the name suggests, is that control of data that is bothered with the seas and consolidates inside its augmentation the limit line or an outer limit of seas. 
Related societies: 
1. Society of Hungarian Toxicologists
2. National Recycling Coalition. 
3. Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA). 
4. Southeast Recycling Development Council. 
5. Agency of Natural Resources
12) Climate change
For every action of human, there is a reaction by the environment. This is the driving reason for environmental change. Now-a-days, the use of petroleum products has being increasing to reach the demand of increasing population. This lead to more and more conversion of timberlands to farming. Due, to burning of non-renewable energy sources produce carbon dioxide, an ozone harming substance is released. This causes damage to ozone layer. This substance causes primary damage to ozone layer. It remains in the air for quite a while and makes earth hotter. Nitrous oxide, is one of the ozone depleting substance which remains in the environment for quite a while. The hotter climates leads to drastic change in climate, like melting of ice in polar region which in turn effects the volume rise of oceans which leads to floods at coastal areas. 
Subtracts: 
• Positive radiative forces 
• Volcanic eruptions. 
• Radioactive Gases 
• Humidity 
• Greenhouse emissions 
• Average Temperatures 
• Crop Production 
• Anthropogenic 
• Improved Varieties 
• Agricultural trade 
Related societies: 
1. European Environmental Bureau
2. Greenpeace East Asia, 
3. Green Life Environmental Conservation and Social Development Group, 
4. Australian Student Environment Network. 
5. Clean Ocean Foundation.
6. Friends of the Environment. 
13) Coral Reef Ecology: 
The underwater structures that are made up of skeletons of marine colonial organisms are called as “Coral reef”. The coral reefs are hard because, they are made of calcium carbonate. The coral reefs can be of two types, they are soft corals and hard corals. 
Related societies: 
1. Saudi Environmental Society. 
2. Federal Office for the Environment 
3. Environmental Protection Agency. 
4. Interamerican Association for Environmental Defense
5. European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists. 
14) Atmospheric chemistry and inversion: 
It is the study that determines of understands the planetary atmospheres, mostly of that on earth. It mostly concentrates on how they react and how they respond. It is a branch of atmospheric science in which the chemistry of Earth's atmosphere and that of other planets is studied. It is integrative approach to the research and draws on the environmental chemistry, meteorology, physics, computer oceanography, geology modelling, and volcanology, and other disciplines. 
Subtracts: 
• Toxic Air Pollutants 
• Photochemical Smog 
• Ozone Depletion 
• Acidic Deposition 
Related societies: 
1. Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences. 
2. British Ecological Society. 
3. Ecological Society of America. 
4. Ecological Society of Australia. 
5. Institution of Environmental Sciences. 
6. International Society of Chemical Ecology 
15) Ecology: 
The study dealing with both biotic and abiotic features of an ecosystem and their interaction with one another which allow us to study the life and the base unit for supporting it, as the whole life hinge on resource recycling among the biotic and abiotic component the main objective of the ecosystem ecology is to work out on these interactions working on fields like atmospheric chemistry, physiology, hydrology, social science and ecology. Understanding the function of ecosystem begins with understanding the conversion of sunlight to usable energy, nutrition cycle and the impact of all on the mankind. 
Subtracts: 
Ecology and Migration of Animal 
• Ecosystem Service 
• Ecosystem-Level Measuring 
Related societies: 
1. International Society of Environmental Forensics. 
2. New Zealand Ecological Society.
3. Society for Ecological Restoration
4. Society for Population Ecology. 
5. Soil and Water Conservation Society 
6. Earth System Governance Project
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MARKET RESEARCH


Environmental Toxicology 2020, welcomes attendees, presenters, and exhibitors from all over the world to Vancouver, Canada. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the “Global Meeting on Environmental Toxicology and Ecological Assessment” with the theme “Assessment of Ecological Risk and Management”, during July 27-29, 2020. 
Advances in the science and perception of environmental change are giving a clearer comprehension of the inborn inconstancy of Earth's atmosphere framework and its imaginable reaction to human and common impacts. The ramifications of environmental change for nature and society will depend not just on the reaction of the Earth's framework to changes in radiative forcing, yet in addition to how mankind reacts through changes in innovation, economics, way of life and approach. At the point when free markets don't boost society's welfare, they are said to 'fall flat' and arrangement intercession might be expected to adjust them. Numerous business analysts have depicted environmental change for instance of a market disappointment – however, in reality, various particular market disappointments have been distinguished. Ozone-depleting substance outflows are a reaction of monetarily significant exercises.

WHY TO ATTEND?


This event will provide an opportunity to build and expand your network with various people and gives chance to make collaboration with other universities and research labs. It also helps you to meet the experts in the relevant field of study. It gives the access to novel instruments in the market. This conference plays a major role in your business development and maximizes the profit. The aim of the conference is to provide a platform to academicians and practitioners from multiple disciplines to debate and deliberate on social change that is encompassed by innovation and technology

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WHY CHOOSE US


  • Scietech International is initiated to meet a need or to pursue collective goals of the scientific community, especially in exchanging the ideas which facilitate growth of research and development.
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Organizing Committee

Frederic Deschamps
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Frederic Deschamps

PROFESSEUR DES UNIVERSITES - PRATICIEN HOSPITALIER

Target Audience


Target Audience: 
• Environmentalists 
• Environmental researchers and scientist 
• Toxicologists 
• Ecologists 
• Soil Scientists 
• Pest Control Professionals 
• Plant Scientists 
• Biodiversity Professionals 
• Students in Public Health 
• Geologists 
• Epidemiologists 
• Environmental Science Professors 
• Agricultural Scientists 
• Oceanographer 
• Marine Biologists 
• Health Care Departments 
• Occupational Therapists 
• Doctors 
• Biotechnologists

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Great Event Schedule

Time Session
9:00-9:15 Registrations
9:15-9:30 Keynote Forum Opening Ceremony
9:30-11:30 Session Keynote Forum
11:30-11:45 Networking and Refreshment Break
11:45-13:00 Sessions
13:00-13:40 Lunch Break
13:40-15:30 Sessions
15:30-15:45 Networking and Refreshment Break
15:45-17:45 Sessions
17:45-18:00 Panel Discussion
Time Session
9:15-10:45 Keynote Forum
10:45-11:15 Networking and Refreshment Break
11:15-13:00 Sessions
13:00-13:45 Lunch Break
13:45-15:30 Sessions
15:30-15:45 Networking and Refreshment Break
15:45-17:00 Poster Presentations and Panel discussion
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