The Centre is an active member when it comes to contributing in environmental issues during different national discourse, training, workshops and conferences. Hence, the centre has been engaged in the following crucial national events since inception:
- Undertook the UNDP – sponsored Nigeria Flood Post-Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) project for flood affected areas in Anambra State, Nigeria in 2012
- Consulted for the Kogi State Capacity Building on Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRR&M) organized by Kogi State Government and held in Kogi State Government House, December 12 – 15, 2016
- Conducted a 3-day workshop, from June 7 – 9, 2017 on chemical safety and security for chemical merchants in the six geopolitical zones of Nigeria through a grant from the U.S. Department of State’s Chemical Security Program (CSP) & Central Research Development Fund (CRDF)
- Faculties served as Technical Resource Persons for Development of the Content Guide Manual for the Training of Trainers on Developing National Capacities for Risk Identification, Monitoring and Assessment (RIMA) sponsored by UNDP, organized by NEMA and held in Lagos from 5th – 8th September, 2017
- Resource persons for Train the Trainers Chemical Security Workshop held at Center for Nuclear Energy Studies, University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Nigeria, January 9 – 11, 2018 through a grant from U.S. Department of State’s Chemical Security Program (CSP) & CRDF
- The Centre conducted a 3-day workshop on Disaster Risk Management & Humanitarian Aids for NEMA senior staff at Shell CEMAC, University of Nigeria, Enugu, January 15 – 17, 2018.
Conducted a 3-day workshop on Fundamentals of Disaster Risk Management for NEMA new staff at Shell CEMAC, University of Nigeria, Enugu, February 12 – 14, 2018
- Spearheaded the 2018 Nigeria Regional Chemical Security Awareness Workshop for the six geo-political zones through a grant from U.S. Department of State’s Chemical Security Program (CSP)
- Presented a plenary paper at National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency’s 13th National Stakeholders Forum 2019, Abuja on 29th October, 2019. Topic: Water Pollution and Sustainable Development: Causes, Effects and Innovative Solutions.
CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL, UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA
IN COLLABORATION WITH SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENT AND SAFETY ENGINEERING, JIANGSU UNIVERSITY, CHINA
Cordially invites you to their 1st International Conference on:
CLIMATE CHANGE IN COVID-19 ERA
Date: 1st – 4th March 2022 @ the CEMAC Auditorium, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus.
Call for Abstracts:
Abstract submissions are invited for the 1st International Conference of the Centre for Environmental Management and Control, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus. The academia, independent researchers, civil society organizations, industry practitioners and postgraduate students are all encouraged to submit relevant papers on any of the sub-themes of the conference.
Abstract format The abstract to be submitted should not exceed 250 words single line spacing in a 12 font size of a Times New Roman style.
Abstract submission deadline is on 20th February 2022.
Conference Fee: Local participant – N20,000.
Student rate – N10,000
International participant – $100
Swift Code: UNAFNGLA
Account Name: CEMAC Conference
Bank Name: United Bank for African (UBA)
Account number: 2226526650
Important Conference Dates:
Notification of acceptance for selected abstracts on a rolling basis: 18th January 2022
Latest day of payment; 1st March 2022.
All abstracts should be submitted through this link https://forms.gle/cKNWCAnoCJiaYuaK7 or email: email@example.com
This high-level conference aims to explore the latest ground breaking research and to open-up discussion on best practices in managing Climate change and disaster risk challenges to achieve sustainable development goals (SDGs) in this challenging Covid-19 era.
Governance, Policy and Climate change adaptation strategies in managing Covid-19 pandemic
Complexities of Climate change and Covid-19 pandemic and impacts on food security
Role of cutting-edge technologies in climate change mitigation and adaptation
Importance of forecasting, early warning and response in Disaster Risk Reduction
COP-26 Global Climate Conference: The Nigerian position
Disaster relief supply chain management in a pandemic era
Gender perspectives on Climate change impact and management
Impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on global travel system
Sustainable energy development
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