Actual Environmental Problems
- Datum: –
- Plats: International Sakharov Environmental Institute of Belarusian State University
- Arrangör: International Sakharov Environmental Institute of Belarusian State University
- Kontaktperson: Elena Alekseichik
- Telefon: 398-99-48
IX International Scientific Conference of Young Scientists, Graduates, Master and PhD Students "Actual Environmental Problems" and the round table "UNESCO and bioethics: solving tomorrow's environmental problems today".
Working language of the conference – English.
Employees of research organizations and enterprises of environmental and biomedical profile, students, master students, post-graduate students and young scientists, representatives of public organizations, business, and the media are invited to participate in the conference.
The main directions of the conference:
• Socio-ecological, ethical and pedagogical problems of our time.
• Medical ecology.
• Problems of modern environmental safety (biomonitoring, bioindication, biorehabilitation, radioecology and radiation safety, environmental monitoring, management and audit. Information systems and technologies in ecology).
Form of participation in the conference:
• Presentation at the plenary / section session (up to 15 / 10 minutes).
• Poster (A1 format, vertical layout).
• Listener / correspondence participation (with presentation of theses of the report and their publication in the conference proceedings).
The format of the conference supports remote video participation.
Conference location: International Sakharov Environmental Institute of Belarusian State University, address: Minsk, 23/1 Dolgobrodskaya Str.
Conference organizers: Ministry of education of the Republic of Belarus; Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus; Public Council of the Basic Organization for Environmental Education of the CIS countries; International Sakharov Environmental Institute of Belarusian State University.
For more information please see web page "Actual Environmental Problems"
Deadline for applications: 18 October 2019.