Pure Earth Foundation Announces the 2nd Pure Earth Environment Conference, 2021

New Delhi: Pure Earth Foundation, a charitable society is organizing the 2nd Pure Earth Environment Conference (PEEC) to be held on 24th April 2021 at NIMSME, Hyderabad. PEEC is a bi-annual conference to promote research and innovation in the field of environment, natural resources and social related issues. PEEC was conceived with the notion to encourage and educate the younger generation towards the scientific and technological aspects of all activity associated with sustainable development and environmental conservation.


The focal theme for PEEC 2021 is ‘Environment and Health’. The conference invites students studying under graduation, post graduation or research in Science, Engineering and Social subjects across India to share their techno-scientific and innovative ideas through paper presentations. PEEC aims to build a strong knowledge base and initiate discussions in the field of environment and sustainability. The one-day conference will deliver special addresses during the inaugural session, followed by 25-30 presentations by students. A selection committee will scrutinize papers received from students, and the selected papers will be presented at the conference. Two best paper presentations will be awarded with cash prizes.


“We are thrilled to organize the 2nd Pure Earth Environment Conference. Our aim is to encourage a serious discussion around environmental conservation and sustainability, which is an urgent issue of our times. As they say, there is no plan-B. Hence at PEF our focus is to protect natural resources from further deterioration.” – Sri M.V.Krishna Rao IPS (Retd.), President at PEF and former Director General of Police, AP.


“Our objective with PEEC is to address pressing issues, such as climate change and its impact on our health. As the youth is our future, engaging them in this discussion becomes pivotal, and we hope to inculcate a deep concern for the environment through this conference.” – Dr. K Jayachandra, Vice President at PEF, and Regional Director at Centre for Environment and Development.


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