Researchers from all over the World are welcome to the 3rd International Conference on Environmental Aspects of Bangladesh (ICEAB), on 13-14 Oct. 2012, in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan. The ICEAB covers the environmental issues of Bangladesh and all over the World (not limited to Bangladesh only).
In this line, earlier we organized the 2nd International Conference on Environmental Aspects of Bangladesh, 1st International Conference on Environmental Aspects of Bangladesh, in Sept. 2010 and the "International Symposium on Environmental Issues of Bangladesh & Japan" in Sept. 2009 in Japan.
The ICEAB provides vibrant opportunities for researchers, industry practitioners, volunteers, students and fellow citizens to share their research experiences, research results, ideas, review of various aspects and practical development experiences on environmental aspects of Bangladesh, Japan and other regions. We are hopeful that researchers around the world who are working on various environmental and related issues will gather and share their works, view and move forward to work together for betterment of the world.
- River issues and water pollution
- Air and other pollutions
- Industrial pollutions
- Composite Materials and Technologies
- Forest and biodiversity conservation
- Fisheries and marine biology
- Microbiology and biochemistry on environment
- Climate change and global warming
- Green energy, renewable energy
- Solar energy technology
- Green technology: industrial perspectives
- Waste management
- Public health, policy and law and environment
- Environmental education, ESD
Special Session 1
Title of the Session: Industrial Effects on Environmental Management
Objective: The theme of the session focuses on various issues related to the Managerial and Planning aspects of Industries, Public and Private Enterprises as well as their influences on Environmental effects for present as well as future perspectives. A comparative evaluation with Bangladesh and Japan would be the main feature of the session theme.
Session Chair: M.T.I. Khan, Saga University, Japan