On behalf of the Environment and Social Welfare Society, Khajuraho, India. It is our pleasures to cordially invite you in The ESW Annual National Conference to be held in World Heritage Khajuraho, India on 30 & 31 January, 2018.


To provide a platform to Vice Chancellors, Educational Administrators, College Principals, Deans, Head of Departments, Professors, Readers, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors, Scientists, Environmentalist, Researchers, Young scientists and Post Graduate Students to disseminate knowledge related to Environment, Global warming, Climate change, Biodiversity and Ecotourism.


The moral obligation to act sustainably as an obligation to protect the natural processes that form the context of human life and culture, emphasizing those large biotic and abiotic systems essential to human life, health, and flourishing culture. Ecosystems, which are understood as dynamic, self-organizing systems humans have evolved within, must remain 'healthy' if humans are to thrive. The ecological approach to sustainability therefore sets the protection of dynamic, creative systems in nature as its primary goal.

The principal goal of this conference will be to present some of the latest outstanding breakthroughs in Environment and global health, to bring together both young and experienced scientists from all regions of the world, and to open up avenues for research collaborations at regional and global level.

Take some positive steps towards improving our Earth for future generation.

The general topics covered in the conference will be as under:

Global warming,Temperature increase, Impact of Temperature on Aquatic, Terrestrial and Areal Ecosystem, Carbon sinks, Forest, Ecology, Ecosystem and its conservation measure, Ecosystem services and human welfare. Oxidative Stress and Biomarker. Ecosystem diversity


Climate change, Impact of Food chain and Food web on Wildlife, Climate change and Preventive measure for Wildlife conservation, Water Conservation, Conservation of critical and fragile habitats & corridors, Land degradation and Forest Conservation, Animal Behavior and Wildlife Conservation, Endangered, Threatened and Endemic Species Conservation, Wildlife Conservation and Sustainable Management, Conservation issue, endangered species in India,

Heritage conservation

Tourism, Importance of tourist, Tourist need, Eco-Tourism in India,


Tourism, Importance of tourist, Tourist need

Technological Approach Lab to Land
Method and Technique for Ecosystem management, Bio-indicator, Application of bio-technology, Rural bio-technology, Tools and technique, Bio-markers, Climate change and Ecosystem management. Role of N.G.O. forEcosystem, Wildlife and Heritage conservation. Pollution, Recycling process of pollutant, Pollution and its monitoring, E-waste and Solid waste management, Eco-Toxicology, Environmental Ethics, Occupational health hazards, Possible solution of Agrochemical and environmental hazards, Environment Conservation and Validation of traditional knowledge