International Society of Environmental Botanists (ISEB)
is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation and is a Scientific
Member of International Union of Biological Sciences
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International Conferences Organised by ISEB
Keeping in view its
objectives, ISEB in collaboration with National
Botanical Research Institute (NBRI), Lucknow, India has
been organising International Conferences on Plants &
Environmental Pollution (ICPEP)
and has till date organised five very successful
Click on links below to read more about these
conferences organised so far;
is official news letter of ISEB and was launched on 1st January 1995.
published quarterly every January, April, July & October and caters
to a wide range of readers, including those who are not trained
scientists but are deeply interested in current environmental issues.
Printed copy of
current issues are mailed free to all members of ISEB. (Conditions Apply)
October 2018 issue of EnviroNews has
been released and hard copy of same is being mailed to members.
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version. Please also see note below.
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Main contents of October 2018 issue:
Assessment of ecosystem services
from sacred groves of India by SK Barik, Rashmi Rekha Gogoi,
Saralyn Kharbhih, Blessing Suchiang, Ibadahun Mary Nonghuloo, D.
Adhikari, K. Upadhaya, KC Malhotra, RS Tripathi
Strategies to reduce
arsenic uptake by rice by Nandita Singh
Mining and Human Health Hazards by Babita Kumari
& O. P. Dwevedi
Group Photo of Delegates
who attended ICPEP-6
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Click to View ICPEP-6 Photo Album
here to view subject wise photo album of the history, activities of ISEB and the
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