Environmental Pollution is a global problem causing grave concerns worldwide, due to its severe and adverse long term consequences.
Pakistan’s environmental problems are a concern, not just because of the intrinsic virtues of promoting responsible environmental stewardship, but also because of the economic consequences and health hazards caused by environmental degradation. Air and water pollution, lack of clean drinking water, unsafe waste disposal, land degradation and the exposure to agro-industrial chemicals are among the leading environmental issues faced by the country. All of these hazards are preventable, often through simple and cost effective interventions. There is a need to formulate sound policies based on evidence, extensive thought process and consultation with all stakeholders, to effectively monitor and control environmental degradation and climate change this backdrop Executive Development
Institute has designed a 3-days course on “Environmental Pollution – Hazardous Health and Economic Impacts” to be held from 11th to 13″ February, 2019. The course will expose the participants to a variety of proven strategies that have produced results in a diverse set of circumstances. The focus will be on the broad areas of governance and strategic management. The methodology covers a wide spectrum of case studies; presentations, group discussions and focus group discussions followed by a round-up discussion of Q&A and brain storming sessions. Each case describes an actual situation prevailing in Pakistan and serves as a stimulus for participants to think through possible approaches and solutions to the challenge.


* An analytical overview of geographical changes affecting climate change
* Human intervention with nature causing global warming
* Review of environmental degradation in view of causes and impact assessment
Investigating the hazardous impact of pollutants from industry, agriculture, sewage water to devise mitigation strategies.
* Evaluating the impact of urbanization and deforestation
Understanding inter-linkages of smog pollution and human health
Effective policy formulation for pollution control and developing supportive database.

Payment will be made through crossed cheque in favour of Director Finance, National School of Public Policy.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, visit our website www.nspp.gov.pk or email: edilhr@gmail.com. Applications can be submitted
to Mr. Muhammad Rashid Pervaiz, Additional Director (Program), Executive Development Institute, National School of
Public Policy, Lahore (Phone: +92-42-99205348, Cell+92-321-8411057).
In accordance with National School of Public Policy, Executive Development Institute does not discriminate against any person
on the basis of race, colour, sex or sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, political beliefs,
veteran status, or disability in admission to, access to, treatment in, or employment in its programmes and activities