green2

Publication

For effective and fruitful discussion, formulations and conclusions, the participation is limited to 80, which may, however, be slightly relaxed at the discretion of the Organizing Committee, depending on given circumstances.

The success of the conference will be the quality of discussion, resolutions and proposals. The papers and materials presented and the discussions, suggestions, proposals, formulations, conclusions etc at the conference shall become the property of the organizers who will have copyright over the same.

The papers that will be presented at the Conference on the above issues from an international perspective — with recommendations, suggestions, proposals, etc. – - and reflecting superb quality would be published. Declaration of the Conference will also be published.

The entire proceedings of the Conference will be documented and the selected papers will be published. The conclusions and recommendations approved at the Conference and the Declaration of the Conference will be published and submitted to the Government and relevant enforcement agencies and authorities for state action and guidance. The conference will also decide on the theme for the next conference.

Depending on their importance, originality, quality, relevance and other editorial considerations and subject to peer review, eligible research papers will be published in a refereed Research Journal.

Program coordinators


  • Nagaraj Narayanan
    Programme Coordinator

  • Dr. Glen Barry
    Academic Convener and Coordinator

Organizing Committee


  • Dr Lekshmi Nair
    Principal, Kerala Law Academy

  • Dr S Sanker
    Former Scientist, Kerala Forest Research Institute

  • Dr K C Sunny
    Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Kerala

  • Prof. M. K. Prasad
    Environmentalist

View all

Resources

  • KERALA LAW ACADEMY (KLA)

    Established in 1966, KERALA LAW ACADEMY (KLA) is a seat of excellence in legal education,…

    Readmore

  • Kerala tourism

    With the Arabian Sea in the west, the Western Ghats towering 500-2700 ms..

    Readmore

  • Trivandrum

    Thiruvananthapuram is the capital of the Indian state of Kerala and the headquarters of the Thiruvananthapuram District.

    Readmore