SOSEH 9TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Preamble
The Society is formed to encourage, sensitize, and educate the society on the essence and benefit and living in a healthy environment.

The local organizing committee LOC on behalf of SOSEH is pleased to announce and invite you to its 9th Annual National Conference, Annual General Meeting AGM holding at the university of Calabar Conference Centre University of Calabar from Wednesday 6th – Saturday 9th November 2013.
The Conference aims at bringing experts from various parts of the globe and various disciplines for interaction on matters that affect our environment and human health.

The main theme of the conference is IMPACT OF RESOURCES EXPLOITATION LAND DEGRADATION, PUBLIC HEALTH AND LIVELIHOOD PATTERNS

Highlights of the conference
Opening ceremony
Keynote Address
Lead Paper
Presentation
Technical Sessions
Exhibitions
Annual General Meeting
Guided Tours
Cocktail and Dinner Party

CONFERENCE SUBTHEMES
(A) RESOURCES EXPLOITATION AND PUBLIC HEALTH
(i) Forest exploitation and biodiversity
(ii) Oil exploitation and exploitation and public health
(iii) Forest exploitation and green house effects
(B) HUMAN ACTIVITIES AND LAND DEGRADATION
(i) Deforestation, erosion and flooding
(ii) Human activities and habitat fragmentation
(iii) Urbanization and land degradation
(iv) Industrialization and environmental degradation
(v) Transportation: greenhouse effect and public health

(C) Resources Exploitation – Gender Issues
(i) Gender Disparity and economic empowerment
(ii) Role of women in resources exploitation and management
(iii) Gender issues in Agriculture
(iv) Tourism and Environmental safety
(D) Energy Trends and livelihood
(i) Environmental impact of National and Global energy demands
(ii) Alternative sources for house hold energy needs
(iii) Energy trends and implication for health
(iv) Environmental sustainability of bio-fuels
(E) Environmental emergencies: Emergent and re-emerging diseases.
(i) Environmental emergencies and re emerging diseases
(ii) Human activities, flooding, emerging and re-emerging diseases
(iii) Landslides, fire and infrastructural collapse on emerging re-emerging diseases
(iv) Land degradation and environmental emergencies