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The review process of the conference is very stringent and only abstracts and papers withgreat insights and having capability to have a major impact on the global level are selected and we are very proud to have our paper being selected as one of the esteemed few to be presentedat the conference. All submissions have been subject to a double-blind peer review with at leastfour anonymous reviewers per abstract. Thus ensuring high quality of presentations andcoherence with the structure of the conference.
The Conference and Partners
The conference has some reputed names like,
, (Environmental Policy Research Centre, Berlin, Germany),
(Environmental Policy Research Centre,Berlin, Germany),
(Alterra, Wageningen University, Netherlands), Andrew Jordan (University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK),
(Fondazione Eni EnricoMattei, Milan and Venice, Italy),
(Leibniz Centre for Agricultural LandscapeResearch, Müncheberg, Germany),
(Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam,Netherlands),
(Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam, Germany),
(PEER Secretary, Finnish Environment Institute, Helsinki, Finland),
(IGSNRR, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China). The few research institutes who are also selected for presentation of paper along with usare
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development),
Institute of Regional Development and Environment
, Vienna University,
(Swiss FederalInstitute of Technology),
Peace Research Institute
Oslo, Collaboration for EnvironmentalEvidence, Johannesburg Centre; hosted by the Centre for Anthropological Research, University of Johannesburg, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and NuclearSafety,
, Portugal etc. The conference boasts of many such names as these institutes arepresenting papers with as many as nine collaborating authors.
We are also the one of the only two entries to be selected in this year’s conference fromIndia thus giving us an opportunity to represent the country at the world level. Participation inthis event will be
immensely helpful for us in the field of law as our paper particularlydeals with the interface of law and sustainable development for future needs.
India notonly needs good policy makers but also a better systematic approach towards sustainabledevelopment, it requires a combination of legal as well as social, political and economicalstandards to cope up with the rising pressure. Our paper tries to suggest a few ways.