International Forum on Green Technology and Management (IFGTM) is an annual event initiated by Consortium for Green Technology Management and Research. The consortium consists of eleven members: School of Environmental Science and Technology, Ha Noi University of Science and Technology (INEST-HUST); Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources, Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (FE-HCMUT); Faculty of Environment, Da Nang University of Technology (FE-DUT); Institute for Environmental Science and Engineering, National University of Civil Engineering (IESE-NUCE); Institute of Environmental Technology, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology (IET-VAST); College of Environment and Natural Resources, Can Tho University (CENRes-CTU); Department of Environmental Science, Hue University of Sciences (DES-HUSC); Institute of Resources and Environment, Hue University (IREN-HU); Department of Environmental Resources and Management, Chia-Nan University of Pharmacy and Science (ERM-CNU); Department of Environment and Resources, University of Thu Dau Mot (DER-UTDM) and Faculty of Biotechnology and Environmental Engineering, Ho Chi Minh City University of Food Industry (FBEE-HUFI). The IFGTM provide a platform for researchers and managers to share knowledge, experience and research results in various aspects of environment, with a focus on green technology and management. There have been so far four IFGTMs occurred: in Da Nang (2011), in Ho Chi Minh City (2012), in Ha Noi (2013) and in Can Tho (2014).
The 5th International Forum on Green Technology and Management (IFGTM 2015) is hosted by Hue University of Sciences and will be held in Hue City, from 28 to 30th July, 2015.
With the theme on Green environment for sustainable development, IFGTM 2015 is an attractive destination to exchange ideas and research results on environmental engineering and management with a focus on “green” aspect as a driving force to sustainable development. There will be hundreds of participants as managers, scientists and experts in the field of environment, representatives of departments, organizations and individuals in the nation and oversea with about 100 oral and poster presentations.