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Conference & Exhibition on Pollution Control & Emissions Monitoring World

The Pollution Control & Emissions Monitoring World Conference & Exhibition is scheduled on 18 – 19 April 2018 at The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi to network with top Industry Decision Makers, Policy Makers, Regulators, and Global Thought Leaders. Participants will have the chance to meet, greet, and learn from renowned speakers from Ministry of Earth Sciences, Tata Power, KPMG, UNESCO, Tata Steel, YES Bank, World Resources Institute, and other top decision-makers from diverse industries.

The list of keynote speakers includes Dr. Gufran Beig, Project Director SAFAR & Scientist, Ministry of Earth Sciences, Government of India, who will speak on ‘Emissions Scenario and Air Quality in Metro Cities of India’. Dr. Amory Lovins, Founder & Chief Scientist, Rocky Mountain Institute United States of America will speak on ‘Disruptive Energy Futures’ and Madhav Pai, Director, World Resources Institute will share his thoughts on ‘Personal Exposure to High Concentration Pollutants during Transport’.

Ms Sulagna Chattopadhyay, Editor-in-Chief, Geography And You will speak on ‘Mitigating Marine Pollution in Seas and Oceans Around India’ while focusing on the policy framework revolving around the laws against ocean pollution in both India and abroad.

Participants will get the opportunity to network with top industry speakers, government representatives, decision makers, stakeholders, project leaders, researchers and international environment & pollution control experts. Roadmap strategies towards increasing indoor air quality and achieving energy efficiency will be discussed through interactive panel discussions.

Head on to the conference to receives amazing insights about the cloud of pollution forming around the globe.

 

Geography and You is the proud Media Partner for Pollution Control & Emissions Monitoring World Conference.

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