What is AMCA ?
AMCA - Asian Marine Conservation Association - An International Non-Governmental Organization founded by the major initiative of Dr. Anupam Ghosh in the year 1988, registered with the Govt. of West Bengal, India, in 1989 as education & research society, under Societies Registration Act, 1961.
Since 1988 (over 20 years), AMCA scientists and researchers have been working in the specific impact in the fields of : (1) Marine environment & climate change; (2) Coastal Resource Management and other related issues through education and research on : (a) environment & ecology including (b) national and international law; (c) societal impacts of environment and development at national and global levels; and (d) national and international policy formulation and impact studies;
AMCA has had received accreditations from various global and regional intergovernmental organizations [such as (1) British Government (1993), (2) United Nations Department of Policy Coordination and Sustainable Development (UNDPCSD-UN HQ, & UN-NGO Network, U.N.-HQ, U.S.A. (1994), (3) World Tourism Organization (WTO), Spain (1995), etc.] time to time, for their highly acclaimed research in fundamental science, applied science, and policy formulations that were supplied, peer reviewed and documented.
Appreciation by global intergovernmental organization and internationally reputed universities and other education & research organization for AMCA's work is a reality. A very short-listed organization that had appreciated AMCA's work time to time is given below :
1. Harvard University, U.S.A.
2. University of South Hampton, U.K.
3. University of Portsmouth;