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Environmental Congress 2020
We express our great elation to invite you to the " 4 th World Congress on Environmental Toxicology " during October 26-27-2020 Osaka, Japan for participants from all over the world for keynote presentations, video presentations, poster presentations, oral talks and exhibitions.
Toxicology is defined as the study of the effects of chemical agents on biological material in a harmful manner. Accordingly, Environmental Toxicology, the result of Environmental Pollution, can be defined as the effects of environmental toxicants on health and the environment. Environmental toxicants may be of chemical and biological origin like toxicants from pollutants, insecticides, pesticides, and fertilizers are released into the general environment that can cause adverse effects on health.
To advance multidisciplinary and worldwide research on the global environment, an exchange between related specialists must be encouraged. Common coordination and joint effort among national research foundations, universities and other research organizations ought to be progressive with the participation of related ministries and agencies. With the expanding number of environmental issues, environmental toxicology gets expanding consideration and is relied upon to play critical as a help device for ecological hazard evaluation.
With the conference’s theme: “An initiative to bring Harmony to the Natural Environment” we endeavour to give an ideal stage to Researchers, Scholars and key Speakers to share information and encounters and engage individuals with their profound learning of Environmental Toxicology and try them to battle against the overall hazard identified with it. This social affair will reinforce the thoughts regarding Toxicology and various perspectives identified with it.
The conference also welcomes International exhibitions from corporate sectors to showcase the recent advancements in the tools and techniques
OSAKA is the second largest city in Japan and the 13th largest city in the world, with a population of about 10.5 million people. Situated on a sheltered bay, it is also the commercial, shipping and industrial center of western Japan, the second major gateway to Japan after Tokyo and the transportation and communication hub of the Kansai region, with a convenient connections to Kyoto, Nara, and Kobe, the Inland Sea area, and Shikoku, which are all nearby. Even though Osaka is flat as flat can be its name means “big hill. “Foreign guide books usually do not have much nice to say about Osaka. One said its biggest claims to fame were the yakuza and pachinko. Another called the “Elephant Man” of Japan---ugly but wanting desperately to be loved. Conference Highlights:
- Types of Pollution
- Environmental Toxicology
- Regulatory Toxicology
- Economic Toxicology
- Agricultural Toxicology
- Climate Change
- Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
- Environmental Health and Safety
- Environmental Toxicology and Food Chain
- Global Warming
- Green Chemistry
- Waste Recycling and Management
- Bioaccumulation and Ecology Impacts
- Carcinogenesis and Mutagenesis
- Health Economics and Public Policies
- Environmental Compliance
This International Conference is open to Students, Researchers, Engineers, Scholars from all Universities all around the world to impact Networking & Professional Development. Foreseen regions of center incorporate environmental safety and its advances; this is your best chance to achieve the biggest assemblage of participants from the public health community. Conduct presentations, distribute information, meet with current ecologists, environmental health and safety engineers and get name acknowledgment at this 2-days event. Environmental courses offer diverse Community Service-Learning (CSL) alternatives that include working with the university or local organizations. This conference paves the way for scientific cooperation by meeting and connecting with researchers, Epidemiologists, Environmental Health Specialists from different countries and they also help in coordinating aggregate research projects of special issues in peer-reviewed journals or funding applications.
- Environmental researchers and scientist
- Soil Scientists
- Pest Control Professionals
- Plant Scientists
- Biodiversity Professionals
- Students in Public Health
- Environmental Science Professors
- Agricultural Scientists
- Marine Biologists
- Health Care Departments
- Occupational Therapists
Importance and Scope:
Environmental Toxicology and Health is a multidisciplinary field of study in the Environmental Sciences and is intended to provide a venue for presenting and discussing fundamental and applied research advances relevant to the issues of local/global environments, human/animal health, and occupational safety. It provides a forum for professionals in academia, industry, and government involvement in the use, protection, and management of the chemicals in the environment for the enhancement of human health and occupational safety. It occupies an important niche among lethal concentration and public policy. It focuses on the applications of sciences and technologies in environmental decision-making, regulations, and management, and the development of science-based solutions of local/global issues of environment, health, and safety.
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Top Societies and Associations
Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Society of Toxicology
Society for Ecological Restoration
Soil and Water Conservation Society
American College of Toxicology
British Toxicology Society
National Center for Toxicological Research