3rd International Conference on Role of Media in Environment Management and Conservation (ICRMEMC-17)

Origin of the term environment is considered from the French word/term “Environia” which means “to surround”. Environment also refers to biotic (living) and abiotic (non-living or physical) world. So, we can say that the surrounding in which any organisms lives is called environment. Organisms and the environment are two active and composite components of nature, where environment regulates the life of the organisms including human beings. Key to the future of mankind is relying only in sustainable development. Continuously growing problems like pollution, loss of forget, solid waste & e-waste disposal, degradation of environment, issues like economic productivity and national security, Global warming, the depletion of ozone layer and loss of biodiversity have made everyone aware of environmental issues. The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 and world Summit on Sustainable Development at Johannesburg in 2002 have drawn the attention of people around the globe to the deteriorating condition of our environment. It is clear that no citizen of the earth can afford to be ignorant of environment issues. Environmental management has captured the attention of health care managers. Managing environmental hazards has become very important.

Human beings have been interested in ecology since the beginning of civilization. Even our ancient scriptures have emphasized about practices and values of environmental conservation. It is now even more critical than ever before for mankind as a whole to have a clear understanding of environmental concerns and to follow sustainable development practices.

The media in today’s scenario plays a vital role in creating awareness and raising any social issue or matter which is related to public interest. As we know that in the present scenario when the technology is so advanced and each and everyone has access to it and due to this reason media has also reached to the every nook and corner of the world. Now with the help of Mobile Apps available for smartphones any with a data connection in his/her phone can view, read and listen to the various news and entertainment media.

Keeping in view the Modern Rohini Education Society has come-up with an idea to organize a conference on the Role of Media in Environment Conservation and Management. This conference is aimed to assemble the experts of media, environmental studies and media academicians alongwith the activists working in the field of environment conservation and management under one roof so that all of them can brainstorm to get some new ideas and solutions to the Environment Conservation and Management and how media can help in it. The conference is also aimed to discuss the issues of Environment conservation and Media relationship.

Guidelines for Paper Submission

Prospective authors are invited to submit full (original) research papers; which are NOT submitted or published or under consideration anywhere in other conferences or journals; in electronic (DOC only) format through or via email to   icrmemc2017@rtmonline.in All papers will be reviewed by a panel of experts and accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings having ISBN 978-1-63535-674-8 and Selected Papers will be Published in Online Journal i.e. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Consortium (http://ijmc.rtmonline.in)

  • Paper Length about 3500 Words.
  • All authors' Title (e.g. Dr, Mr., Mrs., etc.) Name, Affiliation, Email & Phone No.
  • Abstract (max. 200 words) and Keywords-5.
  • References: APA Style.
  • Tables, figures, etc. in their appropriate location in the paper (if applicable).
  • Margins: 1 inch (Normal).
  • Font: Times New Roman, 12 points.
  • Spacing: Single Space.
The last date of paper submission is 08th May 2017, submit your paper at: icrmemc2017@rtmonline.in

Call for Paper

  1. To raise awareness about various issues related to Role of Media in environment conservation and management in India
  2. To provide platform for Role of Media in Environment Management and Conservation.
  3. To provide an opportunity to media students to get an exposure to conduct and participate in discussions of global dimensions related to their profession.
We solicit your ideas and observation on any relevant topics to be presented in the conference. Selected Research Papers will be published in the ISBN Book. We anticipate contribution from more than 400 delegates from every corner of the country.

Key Issues

  1. Climate Change.
  2. Pollution.
  3. Environment Degradation.
  4. Green Technologies.
  5. Recycling of Electronic Devices.
  6. Use and Overuse of Natural Resources.
  7. New Media and its Challenges for Environment Conservation and Management.
  8. Indian Laws and Environment Conservation and Management.
  9. Social Media for Environment Conservation Awakening.
  10. Environment Conservation and Digital Media.
  11. Economic Sustainability.
  12. Social Movements in Evironment Conservation and Management and Media.
  13. Cross-cultural Communication and Media in Environment Conservation and Management.
  14. Mass Communication, Society and Globalization.
  15. Environmental Challenges.
  16. Energy & Ecological Economics.
  17. Current challenges before media and environment.
  18. Media Policy, Ethics, Laws and Social Responsibilities.
  19. Regional languages and Dialects in upcoming Media Trends in relation with Environment Conservation and Management.
  20. Social and Cultural Networks Tools.
  21. User Satisfaction in the Digital Age.
  22. Use of Social Media
MRES Committee
  • Dr. (Mrs.) Archana Bansal, Conference Patron in Chief, President of MRES.
  • Mr. Vaibhav Bansal, Conference Patron, Secretary, Modern Rohini Education Society.
  • Mrs. Nitika Bansal, Conference Chief, Treasurer, Modern Rohini Education Society.
  • Mr. Ram Prakash Tiwari, Conference Director and Convener, Life Member, Modern Rohini Education Society.
  • Dr. Deepak Kumar Shrivastava, Conference Co-Convener, Life Member, Modern Rohini Education Society.
  • Mrs. Akankash Bansal Chopra, Conference Co-Convener, Life Member, Modern Rohini Education Society.
  • Mr. Deepak Chopra, Conference Co-Convener, Life Member, Modern Rohini Education Society.
  • Dr. Suman Malik, Member, Modern Rohini Education Society.
  • Mr. Anil Jharotia, Life Member, MRES and Librarian, Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies.
  • Mr. Yogendra, Entrepreneur and Life Member, Modern Rohini Education Society.