19.12.2008 | 
Student, Education, Society
ENVIRONMENT WITHOUT WASTE
ENVIRONMENT WITHOUT WASTE
Today the issue of harmful waste clearing was discussed at Environmental Law Resource Centre of YSU Faculty of Law.

The above mentioned centre organized a lecture on a theme Management of chemical substances and waste in the RA within the framework of the duties received in the international agreements in cooperation with the Ministry of Ecology.

Environmental Law Resource Centre Director, lecturer of the Chair of Civil Processing, Candidate of law Aida Iskoyan greeted participants first and then shortly presented their activities and the centre purposes.

The environmental law should be an obligatory subject for all students as this sphere directly influences each of us, irrespective of age, sex and area of occupation. Ecological awareness is one of prime functions of our centre. I am proud of that this fact is signified at our University, - she said.

Head of the Department of harmful substances and waste management of the Ministry of Ecology Candidate of biological sciences Anahit Aleksandryan presented the basic problems connected with waste management, national and international legal settlement, use of new technologies, application of economic mechanisms in the sphere of reference with waste, etc.

During the lecture students of faculties of Biology, Geography and Geology, Chemistry and Law had an opportunity to ask questions to lecturers.

We will add that a lecture on analogous theme is prepared by the Head of Chair of Civil Law Tariel Barseghyan.

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