The 21st Century has experienced dynamic global challenges that have significantly threatened humanity and her ecosystem. These challenges range from climate change, global terrorism, political upheavals, slumping economies, ravaged societal moral fabrics, education systems and more recently health pandemics. There have been setbacks on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and national blueprints such as The Vision 2030 and The Big 4 Agenda in Kenya. It is therefore pertinent to have a forum to collate, interrogate and disseminate information relevant to existing and emerging global challenges.
To overcome the contemporary and emerging global challenges, relevant and insightful research and consequent intellectual property rights (IPRs) are needed. A robust and holistic infrastructure is also required to strs with policies and practice. Infrastructural support for research and IPRs, especially in Low -and-Middle Income Countries (LMICs) is quite vulnerable and requires cross -examining and resolution. This conference is expected to provide a nexus for transforming global challenges into societal, environmental, technological and economical blueprints for national and global preparedness; based on sound research and IPRs infrastructure.
Maasai Mara University will host this conference on Research and Innovation Infrastructural Preparedness for Emerging Global Challenges from 28th – 30th June, 2021.
The conference theme is quite timely and relevant to the institutions niche which is Environmental Resource Management
and Conservation. The following are the thematic areas of the conference:
Title: “6th International Conference 2021”.
The Theme of the conference “Research and Innovation Infrastructural Preparedness for Emerging Global Challenges”.
Thematic areas of the conference: –
* Tourism, hospitality and leisure in a post-pandemic world.
* Building resilient systems to respond to environmental shocks in health, agriculture, natural resources and economic systems.
* Adapting to the new normal in the academic environment: challenges, prospects and opportunities.
Abstracts with a maximum of 300 words should be provided in Ms Word, Latex or pdf files. Please ensure your abstracts have: an introductory title, brief summary of global challenge being tackled, main motivation of study, methods used, primary findings and resolutions of the study relevant in combating global challenges. Also remember to mention the sub-theme, national and global blueprints being addressed in your abstract. Do not include figures and citations in the abstract.
All participants are required to register.