Environmental pollution is not a new phenomenon, but it is still the world's most serious problem, as well as one of the primary causes of disease and mortality. Urbanization, industrialization, mining, etc. are all examples of human activities that contribute to global environmental degradation. Both developed and developing countries share this responsibility, despite the fact that environmental pollution has received worldwide attention, the impact is still felt owing to its severe long-term implications.

The progressive weakening of the Earth's ozone layer in the upper atmosphere caused by the discharge of chemical compounds containing gaseous chlorine or bromine from industry and other human activities is known as ozone depletion. In the polar areas, notably over Antarctica, the thinning is most noticeable. Ozone depletion is a serious environmental issue because it increases the amount of ultraviolet (UV) radiation reaching the Earth's surface, which causes skin cancer, cataracts, and genetic and immune system damage. The Montreal Protocol, which was ratied in 1987, was the rst of numerous comprehensive international agreements to end the manufacturing and use of ozone depleting chemicals. The ozone layer is projected to recover over time as a consequence of ongoing worldwide collaboration on this subject. It is apparent that the depletion of ozone layer is causing considerable damage to the environment all around the world. We do, however, believe that science, engineering and technology can help to mitigate the detrimental effects of the depletion of ozone layer of the earth.

National Conference on OZONE LAYER, ITS DEPLETION AND IMPACT ON LIVING BEINGS (ODIL-2024) aims to bring together leading academicians, scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and on all aspects of environment pollution and Ozone depletion. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the elds of environment pollution.

Conference Objectives

The conference will feature renowned speakers representing both academia and industry who are renowned experts in environmental pollution and risk assessment. This conference focus on types of pollution—air, water, and soil; the causes and effects of pollution; and proposes solutions in combating pollution for sustainable environment and health.

Objectives of the Conference – ODIL-2024

This conference focuses on technological advancement to curb environmental pollution and climate change. It explores opportunities to develop green technologies for sustainable development.

1. To Promote global interventions to reduce climate change and airpollution.
2. To spread awareness about environmental pollution and its impact on living organism and human health.
3. To preserve human health, and to protect the environment from any harmful effects of depletion of the ozone layer.
4. To discuss the Legislative or administrative measures against activities likely to have adverse effects on the ozone layer.
5. To promote research forproviding solution to solve the environmental pollution

Sub themes of the Conference

National Environmental Science Academy (NESA), New Delhi ODIL-2024 invites abstracts / papers with the following sub themes:

1. Air Pollution and Climate Change
2. Climate Change and Biodiversity Loss
3. Climate Change and WaterScarcity
4. Climate Change, Its Causes and Mitigation Strategies
5. Climate-smart Technologies forMankind's Wellbeing
6. CO2-Eating Microbes and Climate Management
7. Environmental Risk Management and Environmental Protection
8. Environmental Sustainability and Development
9. Fossil Fuels and Climate Change
10. Global Warming and Climate Change
11. Ground water Pollution
12. Health and Environment
13. New solutions and technology for climate management
14. Oil Spills
15. Ozone layer and its depletion
16. Ozone layerdepletion and impacts on environment
17. Ozone-depleting substances (ODS)
18. Soil Pollution and Treatment
19. Use of AI, drones, computing, and IOTin climate monitoring
20. Waste Management
21. Waste water Pollution and Treatment
22. Any other relevant topic related to main theme