7 May، 2024

The Department of Environmental Technologies holds its second scientific symposium on the impact of climate change on the environment..


Under the patronage of the President of the University of Mosul, Professor Dr. Qusay Kamal Al-Din Al-Ahmadi, and under the supervision of the Dean of the College of Environmental Sciences, Assistant Professor Dr. Yusra Majeed Al-Shaker, the Dean of Al-Hadbaa University College, Professor Dr. Badie Ali Ahmed, and the follow-up of the Head of the Environmental Technologies Department, Assistant Professor Dr. Iyad Fadil Al-Naama, the Department of Environmental Technologies established In cooperation with Al-Hadba University College, the second scientific symposium entitled “Climate Changes and their Impact on the Environment” was held on Monday, May 6, 2024, in the Scientific and Literary Forum Hall at the University of Mosul, attended by the Assistant President of the University for Scientific Affairs, Professor Dr. Munir Salem Taha Al-Badrani, and the Dean of the College, Assistant Professor Dr. Yusra. Majeed Al-Shaker, Dean of Al-Hadbaa University College, Professor Dr. Badie Ali Ahmed, and researchers and academics with expertise.

The first session included renewable energy and its impact on climate change and the impact of climate changes on the migration path of some birds, while the second session included adaptation and mitigation techniques to reduce climate change, and finally the symposium concluded with recommendations.

The symposium aimed to consolidate the concept of climate change and its impact on the environment and consolidate environmental culture to enhance efforts to confront climate change technologies and their repercussions, as well as raise the level of awareness and determine the environmental situation in Iraq, and finally identify the most important treatments and techniques available to mitigate the negative effects of climate change.

The Dean of the College presented certificates to the lecturers and participants.

Media and Government Communications Division
College of Environmental Sciences
Tuesday May 7, 2024