An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an important tool for assessing impacts of an upcoming/expansion project and providing measures to minimize those impacts. EIA has always been considered as a mere regulatory requirement, however, what has been overlooked is the fact that a good EIA study can actually prove to be beneficial to the developer in terms of cleaner production, no regulatory hassle, resource conservation and good rapport with local community.
Industrial air pollution has become a global issue of discussion especially with so many source apportionment studies highlighting contribution of large and small scale industries to growing air pollution in the cities. EIA needs to be utilized to ensure that air pollution load from industries are addressed significantly during project designing and planning phase and measures are incorporated in Environmental management plans.
Considering this need, CSE is conducting a 3-day residential training programme at its training centre(AAETI) at Alwar. The objective of this programme is to have deep dive understanding of how EIA can be used efficiently to mitigate the air pollution from industries. The programme will majorly focus on air polluting sectors discussing the strategies to prepare good environmental management plans.
LEARNING FROM THE PROGRAMME
WHO CAN APPLY?
Industry professionals; Environment Consultants; Environment Engineers; Researchers and academicians
The training programme will be conducted at Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute (a Centre for Science and Environment initiative), Nimli (near Alwar), Rajasthan. The institute comprises of spacious training halls with laboratory backing and four storied building housing the participants, supported by cafeteria in an exclusive campus.
This is a sponsored programme and 50% seats are reserved for participants from Maharashtra and Rajasthan. The selection of the participant will be based on relevance of training programmes to their existing roles and responsibility.
Participants are required to reach Delhi on March 15 latest by 3:00pm from there they will be transferred to our training campus at Alwar. The return from Alwar to Delhi will be on March 19 by 2:00pm. The cost of travel from Delhi to Alwar and back and stay during the course will be borne by CSE. Participants need to bear the cost of their travel to reach Delhi and back to their hometown.
Industrial Air Pollution