Thai Society of Higher Education Institutes on Environment (TSHE)
The 4th International EnvironmentAsia Conference will convene in Bangkok,Thailand on 21-23 June 2017 organized by The Thai Society for Higher Education on Environment (TSHE), hosted by Chulalongkorn University. International co-organizers are University of Liverpool and Hiroshima Shudo University. National co-organizers are Independent Commission on Environment and Health (ICEH) and Royal Forestry Department, Ministry of Natural Resource and Environment.
Venue: ChaloemRajakumari 60 Building (Chamchuri10) (Map)
Background and Rationale
Since 1970s, the United Nations has launched a number of conventions, protocols, and agenda concerning pollution, environmental change, and natural resource depletion. Conventions and protocols of Stockholm, Basel, Cartagena, and Rio de Janeiro, for examples, are prime policies for many countries to follow in order to raise public awareness and mitigate environmental problems facing humanity. However, mutual interest among member countries for environmental security does not agree to different social and economic conditions of each country. Some countries can create national policies reflecting the international agreement without hands-on implementation plans, especially poor countries in the Third World. On the contrary, most countries eagerly generate their national economic policies with detailed application plans in order to compete with each other in the world free trade arena. Apparently, high economic growth causes great income gap between the rich and the poor countries as well as individual people. As a result, it further causes social inequality and environmental injustice.
End of pipe solutions for poverty eradication, illiteracy, pollution control, and environmental management mainly based on technological innovation of developed countries have been seriously suggested and employed, while prevention of environmental problems have been loosely collaborated because they seem to be an economic slowdown or obstruction. As most countries realized that they have heavily exploited natural resources and generate unwanted wastes which cause loss of biodiversity, global warming, coastal erosion, etc. Frequent excuse of such wrong doings is ‘well-being’ or ‘better quality of life’ of humanity with immoral economic wealth distribution. Natural resources around the world have been explored and exploited rapidly due to over-production and over-consumption by irresponsible new technologies causing serious harm to global ecological system.
Well-being of humanity cannot be survived and sustained without responsible agencies and people who are taking care of good environment. It is questionable that can we change our perception of economic competition into socioeconomic collaboration for vibrant global ecological system, and how can we have more practical global policy coping with environmental dynamics? This issue is then leading to the arrangement of international conference of ‘EnvironmentAsia IV’, during 21-23 June 2017 Bangkok, Thailand for where participants can share and learn each other.
There are 5 parallel sessions including all environmental sciences and other related disciplines as follows:
- Environmental Science and Technology
- Natural Resources Management
- Disaster and Sustainability
- Environmental Management Tools (such as EIA, EHIA, SEA, Geo-Informatics, etc.)
- Environmental Education and Health
Concurrent Special Program
- Round Table “Participation in Environment” (Hosted by Independent Commission on Environment and Health; ICEH)
|1st announcement||August 2016|
|2nd announcement||October 2016|
|Final announcement||December 2016|
|Deadline for abstract submission||March 15, 2017|
|Notification of abstract acceptance||March 30, 2017|
|Deadline for full paper submission||April 15, 2017|
|Notification of full paper acceptance||April 30, 2017|
|Deadline for early bird registration||May 7, 2017|
|Conference dates||June 21 -23, 2017|
Updates and News
- Abstract submission has been extended to March 15, 2017!
- The Application of Young Researcher and The Best Poster Awards are opening until February 15th, 2017. Awardees of will receive Certificate of award winners. Young researcher awardee/the best poster awardee and the first runner up will receive award sponsored by University of Liverpool. For the winner of young researcher award, his/her paper will be accepted in publication of EnvironmentAsia journal, (http://www.tshe.org/ea/), which is covered by Scopus, DOAJ, EBSCO, TCI and Geobase bibliographic databases. Moreover, about 10-12 good papers will be selected to publish in Applied Environmental Research (AER) http://www.tci-thaijo.org/
index.php/aer/index which is indexed under Thai-journal Citation Index (TCI) and ASEAN Citation Index (ACI).
- Registration details
- Download conference poster
- If you have any difficulty to submit your abstract, please do not hesitate to contact Professor Dr. Wanida Jinsart, Organizing Chair of the 4th EnvironmentAsia International Conference 2017 at email@example.com