Development of Environmental management plan for polluted areas

November 28, 2018

Many cities in the global south witness heterogeneous pollution sources involving multiple stakeholders and thereby rendering it difficult to regulate. Regulations of air, water and solid waste management thus requires comprehensive Environmental Management Plan (EMP) that involves community participation. A good EMP should delineate the mitigation measures, monitoring and evaluation plans, citing specific roles and responsibilities of key personnel, the implicated cost and anticipated deadline; so as to minimize the adverse effects of the activity to the environment, health and safety.

Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute (AAETI) recognizes the importance of a good EMP and thus offers a five days training program on Development of Environmental Management Plan for polluted area; for the environmental regulators from India and different countries of the global south.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS- 

  1. Source identification;
  2. Characterization and pollution load estimation;
  3. Protocol for setting up monitoring network;
  4. Protocol for preparing environmental management plan;
  5. Stakeholder analysis, Community participation and Resource immobilization;
  6. Case studies and class exercises.

COURSE FEES

  • Rs 25,000/- per participant for Double Occupancy accommodation

  • Rs. 35,000/- per participant for Single Occupancy accommodation

(Fees Includes training material, boarding and lodging, travel from New Delhi to AAETI and back)

COURSE DURATION- January 21st to 25th, 2019 

COURSE VENUE- Anil Agarwal Environmental Training Institute (AAETI), Nimli, Rajasthan. 

LAST DATE FOR APPLYING- January 15th, 2019 

WHO CAN APPLY- Regulators, NGOs, Academicians, Consultants, Town and Country planning, Transport, Urban Managers and Policy Makers involved in the development of Smart/AMRUT cities.

For online registrations please click here.

 

For further details, please contact:

Dr. Hetal Modi, Senior Research Associate,
Centre for Science and Environment,
41 Tughalakabad Institutional Area, New Delhi- 1100 62
Ph.no.: 011-29955124,299956394, Ext no. 251
Email- hetal.mandalaywala@cseindia.org,
Mobile-   8860062334