On May 2-6th the prof. dr. Laima Cesoniene and assoc. prof. Daiva Sileikiene from Institute of Environment and Ecology, Faculty of Forest Sciences and Ecology and assoc. prof. Midona Dapkiene from Institute of Hydraulic engineering of the Faculty of Water and Land Management, Aleksandras Stulginskis University to participated in 3rd International Conference on Integrated Environmental Management for Sustainable Development, ICIEM-3, Tunisia 2018.
The 3rd International Conference on Integrated Environmental Management for Sustainable Development (ICIEM 2018) seeks to create a tradition of a bi-annual gathering of academia, industry and policy makers to build a series of environmental pollution monitoring systems and integrated management strategies. This conference provides an exceptional opportunity for presenting cutting-edge research and fostering discussion amongst scientists, professionals and academics in different areas of the broader themes of environmental engineering and sciences. Scientific exchange in this international meeting continues to be of great benefit to all involved in challenging environmental issues caused by the increase of pollutant loads discharged into the
natural environment of ecosystems. These challenges require the building of a regulatory framework and control strategies; a framework that needs to be based on scientific evidence associated with exposure and health risk for pollution prevention and remediation strategies. The application of innovative remedial techniques and new scientific methods is a key step towards sustainable development. It is therefore crucial to address the existing pollution problems and protect public health as well as preserve the welfare of the environment.
The Teachers participated in the section – The Water resources (T3-WR) – Water quality and sustainable use Integrated water resources management Hydrogeological modelling. It was made in the report – the subject -THE IMPACT OF LIVESTOCK FARMING ACTIVITY ON THE – QUALITY OF SURFACE WATER.