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Environmental Toxicology 2023

About Conference

We cordially invite all participants from all over the world to attend the 6th World Congress on Environmental Toxicology and Health Safety, which will be held in Zurich, Switzerland on April 12-13, 2023. It will be an opportunity to create a high-quality scientific programme for participants from all over the world, including sessions, keynote speeches, symposia, seminars, postcards, an exhibition, and a variety of other activities.

The conference's major goal is to raise environmental awareness and pollution prevention. The Environmental Toxicology 2023 certification company offers a variety of board certification alternatives in Ecology Certification. Ecology looks at how organisms interact with their surroundings. Biodiversity, distribution, biomass, and populations of species are among the topics of interest.

Environmental Pollution, Water Pollution and Treatment, Air Pollution and Treatment, Industrial Pollution, Marine Pollution, Solid Waste Disposal, Waste Management and Treatment, Pollution Sources, Pollution Control Technologies and Devices, Bioenergy are just some of the topics covered by the scientific event.

Why would it be beneficial to us to do so?

1. Because our eating patterns have evolved significantly. We use all of the new powerful products that become accessible later; we produce an ever-increasing amount of garbage. Two-thirds of the garbage generated can be reused or composted.

2. Landfill waste produces leachate and landfill biogas, both of which are harmful to water and air. Biogas is mostly composed of methane, an ozone-depleting gas 25 percent more potent than carbon dioxide (CO2).

3. Because the proper disposal of our garbage is an ideal way of life. It demonstrates how much we value the local community. Today's waste management decisions will encourage our children to learn and have an impact on future generations' quality of life.

Why Should You Attend?

Experts from all over the world converged to learn more about environmental toxicity and its advancements; this is your greatest chance to meet the most diverse group of Ecology members. At this two-day event, create direct introductions, convey data, engage with current and potential researchers, leave a mark with better treatment and mental health techniques, and receive name recognition. Amazingly well-known presenters, the most up-to-date techniques, innovations, and refreshers in Environmental toxicology are all part of this symposium.

Aim for the following demographic:

Environmentalists, researchers and scientists in the field of the environment, Toxicologists, Ecologists, Soil Scientists, Pest Control Professionals, Plant Scientists, Biodiversity Professionals, and others are among the professionals who work in the field of toxicology, ecology, and biodiversity. Public Health students, Geologists, Epidemiologists, Environmental Science Professors, Agricultural Scientists, Oceanographers, Marine Biologists, and Health Care Departments are all examples of professionals who work in the field of geology, epidemiology, and environmental science.


Track 1: Pollution

Pollution refers to the presence of and undesirable changes in the physical, chemical, and organic creation of the common environment, which includes air, water, and soil, and which have negative consequences. Contaminations, or contamination segments, can be external substances/energies or naturally occurring contaminants. Contamination is the introduction of contaminants into the environment, which is referred to as natural contamination.

  • Pollution in cities
  • Pollution of Water
  • Pollution of the air, noise pollution, and radioactive contamination

Track 2: Environmental Protection and Health

Environmental Health and Safety is a system and claim to fame that examines and implements practical aspects of natural security and well-being at work. From a natural standpoint, it entails devising a reasonable strategy for complying with environmental regulations, such as monitoring waste or air emissions to assisting locations in reducing the organization's carbon footprint. It comprises attempting attempts and methods for spotting working environment hazards and reducing accidents and exposure to hazardous conditions and chemicals from a health and safety standpoint.

  • Occupational health and safety in the environment
  • Community safety and health
  • Building and decommissioning

Track 3: Climate change

Climate change, often known as an increase in global surface temperatures, refers to the rise in average global surface temperatures. When a change in the actual movement of climate designs occurs over a long period of time, it is called environmental change (i.e., decades to a large number of years). Natural change can refer to a shift in regular climate conditions or a change in the temporal range of atmosphere within the context of longer-term normal conditions. Environmental change is caused by factors such as biological processes, variations in the amount of sunlight received by Earth, plate tectonics, and volcanic emissions.

  • Variability in climate
  • Variability in the ocean-atmosphere system
  • Human influences on life
  • Variations in orbit

Track 4: Recycling and Waste Management

Waste management involves the collection, transportation, processing, management, and monitoring of waste products. Waste management differs from resource recovery in that it focuses on the most efficient use of natural resources while maintaining social responsibility. Its goal is to discover the most recent inventions and developments in this industry in order to combat global warming. All of the activities and actions required to manage trash from the beginning to the end.

  • Methods of disposal
  • Recycling
  • Re-use
  • Managing liquid waste
  • Recyclates

Track 5: Green Chemistry

Green chemistry refers to chemical products and processes that decrease or eliminate the usage or creation of hazardous substances. Green chemistry applies to a chemical product's entire life cycle, including its design, manufacture, use, and ultimate disposal. Green chemistry is concerned with chemistry's impact on the environment, including technological solutions for preventing pollution and decreasing the use of nonrenewable resources. Pollution is avoided at the molecular level.

  • Atomic economics
  • Safer chemical formulations
  • Design with energy efficiency in mind.
  • Diminish derivatives
  • Catalysis

Track 6: Global Warming

The greenhouse effect, which is produced by higher amounts of carbon dioxide, CFCs, and other pollutants, is typically ascribed to a steady increase in the total temperature of the earth's atmosphere. The observed century-scale rise in the average temperature of the Earth's climate system, as well as its related repercussions, is referred to as global warming. The climate system is warming, according to multiple lines of scientific evidence. Climate change in the future and its consequences will vary by region. Increased global temperatures, rising sea levels, fluctuating precipitation, and the extension of deserts in the subtropics are all expected results.

  • Temperature variations observed
  • Climate change's physical causes
  • Greenhouse gas emissions
  • Feedback on climate change
  • Climate simulations

Track 7: Health Economics and Public Policies

Health resources include all the staff that is directly or indirectly involved in any health issue concern the field of health human resources deals with problems like designing, development, performance, management, retention, data, and analysis on human resources for the health care sector. Health Economics and Public Policies in the field identifying with authority, administration, and organization of public health, health awareness systems, clinics, and doctor's facility systems.

  • Behavioral economics
  • Mental health economics
  • Biomarkers
  • Environmental chemistry

Track 8: Regulatory Toxicology

Regulatory toxicology comprises the study of a toxicity profile that is compared with other known toxicants. Regulatory toxicology works as the major centre for laws that limit exposures for people and the environment. The regulatory toxicology is to control production, use, and deposition of dangerous materials to prevent adverse effects on human health and the environment. This requires enough information on the hazardous properties of a chemical compound, their relevance to man and of human and environmental exposure, which is a prerequisite for appropriate risk assessment and the decision whether regulatory consequences are warranted.

Track 9: Medical Toxicology     

Medical toxicology is a subspecialty of medicine focusing on toxicology and providing the diagnosis, management, and prevention of poisoning and other adverse effects due to medications, occupational and environmental toxicants, and biological agents. Medical toxicologists are involved in the assessment and treatment of a wide variety of problems including acute or chronic poisoning, adverse drug reactions (ADRs), drug overdoses, envenomation, substance abuse, industrial accidents, and other chemical exposures.

Track 10: Occupational Toxicology

Occupational Toxicology is involved with health effects from exposure to chemicals in the workplace. The objective of the occupational toxicologist is to prevent adverse health effects in workers that arise from exposures in their work environment. Occupational toxicologists assess the hazards and risks to health posed by chemicals encountered in the workplace. The risk assessments provided by occupational toxicologists are crucial for avoiding ill health linked to work.

  • Biological monitoring
  • Heavy metals
  • Solvents
  • Asbestos

Track 11: Agricultural Toxicology

The most important risk in agriculture derives from exposure to pesticides. Evaluation of the extensive toxicological studies required for all pesticides. From the past 50 years, agriculture has deeply changed with a massive utilization of pesticides and fertilizers to enhance crop protection and production, food quality and food preservation. Pesticides are unique chemicals as they are intrinsically toxic for several biological targets, are deliberately spread into the environment, and their toxicity has a limited species selectivity. The post-marketing risk assessment takes place during the use of pesticides and aims at assessing the risk for exposed operators.

Track 12: Human Impact on the Environment

Human impact on the environment includes changes to biophysical environments and natural resources.  It gets affected by humans, including global warming, environmental degradation, mass extinction and ecological collapse. Adjusting the environment to fit the needs of society is causing severe effects, which become worse as the problem of human overpopulation continues.

  • Rapid Growth of Human Population
  • Technology
  • Irrigation
  • Biodiesel

Track 13: Environmental Sustainability

Environmental sustainability is the rate of renewable resource harvest, pollution creation and non-renewable resource exhaustion that can be continued open-endedly. If they cannot be sustained open-endedly then they are not sustainable

Track 14: Natural Hazards & Disaster Management

Natural disaster is that the consequence once a natural hazard affects humans.  A natural hazard will hence never result in a natural cataclysm in areas without susceptibility like strong earthquakes in unoccupied areas. The term natural has consequently been uncertain as a result of the events merely don't seem to be hazards or disasters while not human participation.

Track 15: Environmental Protection

Protection of Natural Environment by Individuals, Organizations and governments is known as Environmental protection .Its objectives area unit to conserve natural resources and also the existing natural setting and, wherever potential, to repair injury and reverse trends.

  • Voluntary environmental agreements
  • Ecosystems approach
  • International environmental agreements
  • Government protection

Track 16: Epidemiology and Biostatistics

To comprehend the determinants of illness and improve wellbeing, we can apply, creates (Epidemiology and biostatistics). The clear and explanatory methodologies (the study of disease transmission) expected to examine and comprehend the perplexing reasons for significant general medical issues and to create successful systems to avert them. The biostatistics program fixates on the improvement and use of hypothesis and techniques in the accumulation, investigation, and elucidation of information utilized in general wellbeing and other biomedical sciences.

Track 17: Environmental Geology

Environmental geology is the branch of geology that is associated with the interactions between humans and the geologic environment. We can identify, rectify and prevent environmental problems by environmental geology It is like hydrogeology, Environmental geology is an applied science agitated with the practical application of the principles of geology in the solving of environmental problems it's a multidisciplinary field that's closely connected to engineering earth science and, to a lesser extent, to environmental geographic and it includes fossil fuels, minerals, water and land use etc.

  • Earthquakes
  • Volcanoes     
  • Extraction and Mining

Track 18: Environmental Safety and Risk Assessment

Risk related to a well-defined situation and a recognized threat (also called hazard) is quantitatively or qualitatively determined by risk assessment.  Quantitative risk assessment needs calculations of 2 parts of risk (R): the magnitude of the potential loss (L), and therefore the chance (p) that the loss can occur.

  • Hazard identification
  • Chemical risk assessment
  • Carcinogen risk assessment

Market Analysis

Advances in environmental science and perception are providing a better understanding of the inherent inconstancy of Earth's atmosphere framework and its potential response to human and shared effects. The effects of environmental change on nature and civilization will be determined not just by the Earth's response to changes in radiative forcings, but also by how mankind responds through changes in innovation, economics, lifestyles, and attitudes. When free markets fail to improve society's welfare, they are called to 'fall flat,' and government intervention may be required to correct them. Many business experts have described environmental change as a market disappointment — yet, there have been several distinct market disappointments identified. The 'greenhouse externality' is the most important. Outflows of ozone-depleting substances are a result of financially significant activities.

The nursery gas externality is accompanied by a variety of other market failures, including those resulting from a lack of information about how to reduce emissions, network effects, and a lack of innovation impulses. In recent years, liberal writing has analysed choices between cash and casualty threats. These characteristics, in turn, serve as evaluations of a realistic life. Stabilizing air greenhouse gas (GHG) outflows will need accelerating the enhancement of underused low-carbon inventions and expanding their global application. As a result, innovation is at the forefront of contemporary discussions about the post-Kyoto climate government. The lack of data only adds to the difficulty of technological spread on a global scale. There is no clear and widely acknowledged definition of what defines a "climate change–mitigation technology," nor is there a comprehensive understanding of how such technologies spread globally. Evidence can be marshalled to support either the idea that reducing contamination is a cost burden on businesses and a competitive disadvantage, or that reducing outflows increases productivity and saves money, providing businesses a cost advantage.

Top Societies Associated with Pollution Control Research around the Globe:

  • The International Biometrics Society (Australasian Region)
  • The International Environmetrics Society (TIES)
  • American Statistical Association Section on Statistics and the Environment
  • International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (IEMSs)
  • Royal Statistical Society Environmental Statistics Section
  • Worldwide pollution Control Association
  • Environmental Protection Agency
  • National Association of Clean Air Agencies
  • Air & Waste Management Association
  • Cen SARA (Central States Air Resource Agencies)
  • USDA Agricultural Air Quality Task Force

Major Climate Change and Global Warming Related Associations around the Globe:

  • Conservation International
  • Earth System Governance Project (ESGP)
  • Global Environment Facility (GEF)
  • Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
  • International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
  • United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
  • World Nature Organization (WNO)
  • Dancing Star Foundation
  • Deep Green Resistance
  • Earth Charter Initiative
  • Earth Day Network

Major Recycling and Waste Management Associations across the Globe:

  • Air & Waste Management Association
  • Alabama Recycling Coalition
  • Aluminum Association, Inc. (DC)
  • American Bureau of Metal Statistics, Inc.
  • American Chemical Society, Rubber Division
  • American Forest and Paper Association
  • American Foundry Society (AFS)
  • American Iron & Steel Institute (DC)
  • Arizona Recycling Coalition
  • Arkansas Recycling Coalition
  • Association of Battery Recyclers
  • Association of Ohio Recyclers
  • National Waste & Recycling Association

Past Conference Report

The 5th World Congress on Environmental Toxicology and Health Safety was held as an online event on February 16-17, 2022. The conference was distinguished by the presence of Editorial Board Members of supported Conference series llc LTD Group Journals, Scientists, young and brilliant researchers, business delegates, and talented student communities from more than 20 countries, all of whom contributed to the productive and dynamic nature of the event.

The conference was divided into Scientific Sessions and Plenary Lectures, with the following themes featured as Keynote Exhibitions:

UPDATE ON THE AUSTRALIAN PROJECT AT THE INTERNATIONAL ECO-HARMONY-VALUES RESORT – Marta Balan, International Project Coordinator, Mt Battery Unity in Diversity Trust, AustraliaDavid Tozser, University of Debrecen, Hungary: Validation of assessment of dust deposition in urban habitats: Tree leaves vs dust trap

A preliminary investigation of lead contamination in lettuce from diverse urban locations in Caldas da Rainha, Portugal-Vanda Lopes de Andrade, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal, Marta Balan, International Project Coordinator, Mt Battery Unity in Diversity Trust, Australia, presided over the scientific sessions.

Environmental Toxicology 2020 Organizing Committee, Editorial Board Members, and Keynote Speakers who contributed to the event's success have been honoured by Conference Series llc LTD. At the platform of Environmental Toxicology 2020, distinguished visitors, keynote speakers, well-known experts, and representatives offered their advanced research and wide expertise. We are pleased to announce that all approved abstracts for the conference have been published in a special issue of the Journal of Biomedical Sciences. 2018 Environment and Health Congress We are pleased to announce that all accepted abstracts for the conference were published in a special issue of the Journal of Environmental and Analytical Toxicology.

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Conference Date April 12-13, 2023

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