- Chicago IL - CALL FOR
IDCA - India Development Coalition of America
- is pleased to arrange a 2-day conference in Lisle IL
(a suburb of Chicago) on
This conference will have...
Dr Ashok Mehta - President of Lions International,
Sam Pitroda - Chairman India's Knowledge Commission,
Jeffery Sachs - Director of the Earth Institute at the Columbia University in New York
as the featured speakers.
You can see the full details of the program in the attached PowerPoint File.
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On June 17th, afternoon, we will have 4 parallel sessions as follows.
Industrial and Municipal Applications
Government role in Water Management
Agricultural and Community applications
Water quality issues
If you are currently involved in any field applications in these areas and would like to share your methodology and successful results, we invite you to make a presentation. On Page 8 of the attachment, you will see the submission details and deadlines.
Please share this information with others that may be interested.
Conference registration (fees of $ 75) as well as hotel reservations for out-of-town attendees are included in the attached document.
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of their popular "Environment and Trade: A Handbook." The handbook, first produced in 2001, was an unqualified success in its first edition, eventually being translated into French, Spanish, Russian and Mandarin. The new edition (for now only available in English) is completely updated, among other things featuring significant analysis of the WTOs Doha programme of work, new material on regional and bilateral agreements and a stronger emphasis on sustainable development issues. Like the first edition, this revision is aimed mainly at those with some knowledge about trade, environment or development, but not expert on the intersection of the three. It is also a practical reference tool for policy-makers and practitioners. But the target audience is not just government policy-makers; the media and public will also find it useful. The handbook uses clear language and a minimum of jargon. It can be found on the UNEP web site at: www.unep.ch/etb/publications/enviTrade.php, or on IISDnet at:
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