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Theme
Climate Change Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: Analyzing problems and in forage for solutions
- Climate Change 2019

Welcome Message

Warm Welcome to all as we affably invite you to attend the “International Conference on Climate Change, which will be held from 8th to 9th July 2019 in Prague, Czech Republic. The theme for the conference is “Climate Change Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: Analyzing problems and in forage for solutions”.

Climate Change being a contemporary discussion subject having its impact in all the spheres starting from plants, animals, humans to economy of a country and even more, in this conference we would be bringing together world’s renowned climatologists, atmospheric scientists, meteorologists, climate scientists, environmental scientists, business delegates, researchers and students to enlighten us regarding this topic. The Climate Change conference will have discussions regarding the present scenario of climate and how climate change would take place in the near future and how we can avert to such changes. This conference will serve both as knowledge sharing and knowledge gaining arena. The conference would help in widening our knowledge as well as providing opportunity to interact and exchange ideas with climate scientist, environmental scientist, marine biologists, geologists, wildlife scientist, professors, academicians and researchers from all around the globe. This conference will give insights into the recent technological developments, new research findings, development of new solution models related to climate change and help in fostering information exchange. Our main aim is to bring out the best results from this conference so that we as humans can make this world a better place to live. We anticipate seeing you all in July and with everyone’s cooperation and participation we hope to make this conference a grand feat.

About the Conference

This International conference on Climate Change 2019 would be an agglomeration of brilliant minds bringing in new and innovative ideas to help in dealing with climate change. Climate change is such a topic which would be having peoples from inter disciplinary field to give their views regarding the different aspects of climate change. This International conference would be a forum for both imparting and as well as imbibing in with the new developments in this field. The location of the conference is an added charm for all the participants as Prague being ranked among the top five frequently visited cities in the European Continent. Czech Republic claims 12 UNESCO World Heritage Sites with them which would be very much alluring to visit. So the conference would be a mixed bag of both knowledge circulating realm as well as to have some good leisure time enjoying the country.

Scientific Sessions

Session 1: Climate Change

Climate change may be defined as the incessant day to day variation taking place in the weather system throughout the world. The main factor behind the climate change is human generated activities like increased consumption of fossil fuel which in turn emits large amount of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), chlorofluorocarbons, and nitrous oxide thereby resulting in global warming. The most extensive use among these is the increased use of carbon dioxide which comes due to consumption of fossil fuels and deforestation. With course of time rate of CO2 consumption and emission is increasing at a much faster speed than expected. There are various other factors contributing to climate change which are plate tectonic movements, volcanic eruptions, orbital variations, ocean-atmosphere variability. Climate Change 2019 will be a great event to discuss about the causes, impacts and solutions to mitigate climate change.

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Related Conferences : 3rd World Summit on Climate Change and Global Warming February 27-28, 2019 Prague, Czech republic; 6th World Conference on Climate Change September 9-11, 2019 Berlin, Germany; 6th World Congress on Climate Change and Global Warming April 24-25,2019 Vancouver, Canada; 8th International Conference on Environment and Climate Change November 22-23, 2018 Bucharest, Romania; World Summit on Climate Change & Global Warming November 26-27,2018 Tokyo, Japan; Katowice Climate Change Conference Katowice, Poland 2–14 December 2018; ICCCGW 2018 : 20th International Conference on Climate Change and Global Warming Paris, France October 29 - 30, 2018; International Conference On Global Warming and Climate Change 2018 4th-5th October 2018 Bangkok, Thailand; 6th Global summit on Climate Change November 19-20, 2018 Holiday Inn Paris – Marne La Vallée 2 boulevard du Levant, 93160 Noisy-le-grand, Paris, France; GLOBAL Climate Action Summit September 12-14, 2018 San Francisco, CA; Climate Change INTERNATIONAL Conference In The Middle East Challenges & Solutions Nicosia, Cyprus 18 &19 may 2018; Bangkok Climate Change Conference - September 2018; International Conference on Climate Change Sept 20-22, 2018 at Prague, Czech Republic.

Related Societies and Associations: Adec Foundation Inc.; Afforestation Agricultural Livestock Improvement and Soil Conservation Programme (FALIASCOP); African Biodiversity Institute (ABI); All-China Environment Federation (ACEF); Alliance for the Protection of Biodiversity; Arab Forum for Environment and Development ; Arab Group for the Protection of Nature ; Asian Environmental Society; Biovision Foundation for Ecological Development; Center for Environment and Sustainable Development (CESDI); Center for Oceanic Awareness, Research, and Education (COARE); Climate Action Network; Climate AllianceKlima-BündnisAlianza del Clima e.V.; Climate Network Africa; Climate Smart Agriculture Youth Network (CSAYN); Ecological Society Ruzgar; Emirates Environmental Group (EEG); Environment Action Association (EAA); German Advisory Council on Global Change; Global Ecovillage Network; Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA).

Session 2: Paleoclimatology

The study of previous or past climate changes which took place over a large time span from the early history of the emergence of the earth is known as Paleoclimatology. For this study researchers use previous evidences known as proxies to understand about the past climate. Proxies are environmental proofs like tree rings, diatoms, coral reefs, sediments, ice cores, rocks, glaciers and, ice caps which gives us the details as to how the transformation in climate took place. They also help us in getting an idea regarding the past climate and envisaging the future climate. The importance of Paleoclimatology is that it gives a picture of how climate has been changing from the past and how the formation of present climate took place. The data from the paleoclimate study gives information regarding how plant and animal kingdom responded and adapted to the changes in the climate. The study also tells us that the process of climate change is a continuous phenomenon. Climate Change 2019 will give us an insight into the past, present and future climate of the world.

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Related Conferences: ICPPCC 2018 : 20th International Conference on Paleoceanography, Paleoclimatology and Climate Change London, United Kingdom February 15 - 16, 2018; 8th World Climate Congress May 08-09, 2019 Phuket, Thailand; World Congress on Climate Change May 22-23, 2019 Rome, Italy; 6th Global Summit on Climate Change 19 November 2018 to 20 November 2018 Paris, France; World Congress on Climate change 15-16 October 2018 Rome, Italy; Second General PEN Conference, 19 - 22 June 2018 University of Leeds.

Related Societies and Associations: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; American Geoscience Institute; Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change; Argon Geochronology for the Earth Sciences (AGES) Lab; Tree Ring Research Laboratory; SedDB - Data Collection For Marine Sediment Geochemistry; Paleoecology Laboratory; North American Drought Research At Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory; Lamont-Doherty Core Repository; Environmental Tracer Group.

Session 3: Climate Change and Impact on Human Health

Climate and weather change always have an adverse effect on human health. Over the years the temperature of the earth has been going on increasing leading to sea level rise, melting of glacier and various other changes and this rate of climate change is projected to increase rapidly over the next few years which would escalate health problems and give birth to new diseases. Climate changes affect the food and water quality which in turn becomes a serious threat issue for humans. Climate change gives rise to various kinds of infectious diseases with predominance of vector borne diseases like dengue fever, malaria, and leishmaniasis. The reason behind the dominance of vector borne diseases is the change in temperature, rainfall which increases viral capacity of mosquitoes, which are primary vectors for such diseases. Various other kinds of diseases such as cardiopulmonary illness, mental health & stress problems are also result of climate changes. If there is coordination and cooperation internationally then adverse impacts of climate change can be prevented. Climate Change 2019 will come up the issues of health problems and how we can deal with these problems in the future.

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Related Conferences: Third Global Conference on Climate and Health 15-16 March 2018, Nadi, Fiji, 21-22 March 2018 St Louis, Mauritius, Grenada October 2018; World Congress on Climate Change May 22-23, 2019 Rome, Italy; 3rd World Summit on Climate Change and Global Warming February 27-28, 2019 Prague, Czech Republic; The 3rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CLIMATE CHANGE 21st – 22nd February 2019 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.

Related Societies and Associations: American Clinical and Climatological Association, Iowa Public Health Association; Center for Climate Change & Health; The American Public Health Association.

Session 4: Climate change and Wildlife

For the last few decades, nature environmentalists and nature scientists both have been observing distinct variations in the condition and distribution of wildlife around the globe. Climate change has a disastrous impact on the wildlife. The species are adapted to a certain environment around them and any changes in the climate whether it is temperature increase, changes in rainfall pattern, storms has a direct effect in the animal species physiology and reproduction cycle consequently bringing in change in their life cycle. Change in climate also alters their food habits, supply of food may decrease, and shelter may be destroyed affecting them in all aspects. All of the above reasons lead to decline in number of animal species all over the world. Top taxonomic groups are at a verge of extinction. Amphibians species having a very low level of tolerance to climate change and would perish at the earliest if this climate change lingers. Climate Change 2019 will be an awareness talk and take session discussing about how to save wildlife as they serve human needs and it is high time that we put forward our helping hand to them.

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Related Conferences: African Biodiversity Summit 13 November 2018 Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt; 2018 UN Biodiversity Conference 14-15 November 2018 Sharm el-Sheikh, South Sinai, Egypt; EMG Nexus Dialogue Series 2018: Law for Environmental Sustainability 19 November 2018 Geneva, Switzerland; Sustainable Blue Economy Conference; 7th Session of the Meeting of the Parties to the Agreement on the Conservation of African-Eurasian Migratory Water birds (AEWA), 4-8 December 2018, South Africa.

Related Societies and Associations: The Wildlife Conservation Society; The Wildlife Society; World Wildlife Fund; Conservation International; Natural Resources Defense Council; National Audubon Society; Royal Society for the Protection of Birds; Sierra Club; Nature Conservancy; Jane Goodall Institute; Oceana; African Wildlife Foundation; African Wildlife Defence Force; Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity; Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey; Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust; Endangered Wildlife Trust; Fauna and Flora International; International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation (CIC); National Wildlife Federation; Wildlife Alliance; Wildlife Angel; Wildlife Warriors; Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand; Wildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania; Wildlife Direct; Wildlife SOS; Sahara Conservation Fund; Saiga Conservation Alliance; Saola Working Group; Spectacled Bear Conservation Society; Stead Foundation.

Session 5: Climate Change and Impact on Marine World

Result of climate change in marine environment is unfavorable for marine organisms and it is disrupting their normal life style, and this is prevalent starting from the tropical region to both the poles. Sea levels are increasing at a faster rate with about 8 inches higher than past century. Climate change raises the sea level in two ways: As the water becomes warm it expands and second reason is glaciers and ice caps are melting adding to the water level. This rise in water levels has a direct impact on the coastal animals, species and the ones residing near the low -lying areas. The species affected by climate change includes fishes, polar bears, walruses, penguins, sea lions and different species of seabirds. The oceans are increasingly becoming acidic due to large amount of carbon dioxide released by human activities. This increase in the level of carbon dioxide makes fishes and other marine organisms’ difficulty in their breathing. Birds are changing their migration routes because of climate change. Food shortages are killing seabirds and their habitat is threatened to a large extent. Climate Change 2019 will talk about the problems encountered by the marine world and how we as humans can contribute to make the impact of the climate change less severe for them.

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Related Conferences: 8th World Climate Congress May 08-09, 2019 Phuket, Thailand; Environment & Climate Change November 22-23, 2018 Bucharest, Romania; 4th International Symposium on the Effects of Climate Change on the World’s Oceans June 4-8, 2018 Washington, DC; 6th World Conference on Climate Change September 9-11, 2019 Berlin, Germany; The 3rd INTERNATIONAL Conference On Climate Change 21st-22nd February 2019 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.

Related Societies and Associations: The Ocean Foundation, Marine Conservation Biology Institute; American Fisheries Society, Archie Carr Center for Sea Turtle Research; Gulf of Maine Research Institute; The Estuarine Research Federation; Oceanographic Environmental Research Society; The Society for Marine Mammalogy; Pacific Maritime Association (PMA); Better Environmentally Sound Transportation (BEST); National Association of Marine Laboratories (NAML); International Society for Reef Studies; Divers Alert Network (DAN); American Elasmobranch Society.

Session 6: Climate Change and Agriculture

Climate change and agriculture go hand in hand. Climate change affects agriculture in a negative way and it has direct influence on the food production. Studies have revealed that future climatic changes will have negative impact in the crop production mainly in the low latitude areas whereas effects may be either positive or negative in the northern latitudes. The variations in rainfall pattern, temperature, soil management affects the crops in turn food production which creates insecurity of food in future. As different crops are adjusted to certain weather conditions any change to the climate is obviously going to have impact on it. The Climate Change 2019 will give us a scope to know what defense mechanism to implement so we would have a food secured future ahead.

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Related Conferences: 3rd Agriculture and Climate Change Conference 24-26 March 2019 Budapest, Hungary; ICACC 2018: 20th International Conference on Agriculture and Climate Change London, United Kingdom June 28 - 29, 2018; ICACCA 2019: 21st International Conference on Agriculture and Climate Change Adaptation Mumbai, India February 7 - 8, 2019.

Related Societies and Associations: CGIAR; Future Earth; International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT); Fairtrade International; Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network(FANRPAN); Food & Water Watch; Friends of the Earth; Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy; International Food Policy Research institute; La Via Campesina; Mary Robinson Foundation- Climate Justice(MRFCJ); Rodale Institute.

Session 7: Climate Change and Tourism

The rapid pace at which climate change is taking place is having more increased impact on natural environment, humans as well as on the tourism sector. The tourism sector whose main attractions are destinations like sunny seaside or cold mountains or forests and national parks are facing problem with rise in temperature which is affecting the coastal tourism infrastructure and tourism industry in the long run. This change in climate has adverse impacts on this sector leading to damage in the tourism business ultimately affecting the economy. In many developing countries or islands where tourism is the main source of income this significant decrease in number of tourists will have grave employment impacts, economic turmoil, and will generate poverty. Climate Change conference 2019 will bring up the challenges faced by this industry and what preventive measures should be taken in this regard.

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Related Conferences: World Symposium on Climate Change and Tourism 13-15 FEBRUARY 2019 Bariloche, Rio Negro, Patagonia, Argentina; Climate Change and Global Warming April 24-25,2019 Vancouver, Canada; The 3rd International conference on climate change 21st -22nd February 2019 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia; 3rd UNWTO/UNESCO World Conference on Tourism and Culture 3-5 December 2018 Istanbul, Turkey; INVESTOUR 2019: X Tourism Investment and Business Forum for Africa, 24 January 2019, Madrid, Spain; 4th UNWTO Euro-Asian Mountain Tourism Conference 2 - 5 March 2019 Berchtesgaden, Germany; FIRST UNWTO/ICAO Ministerial Conference On Tourism AND Air Transport In Africa 27-29 March 2019, Santa Maria, Sal Island, Cabo Verde.

Related Societies and Associations: World Tourism Organization (UNWTO); The International Ecotourism Society; World Travel & Tourism Council; Caribbean Tourism Organization

Session 8: Climate Change and Migration

Previously people were compelled to leave their homes and migrate to some other places due to civil wars, poverty, hunger, or any kind of political instability but now the increasing levels of sea rise, hurricanes, droughts, floods, storms and any other kind of extreme weather conditions is forcing people to migrate, and the rate of migration is expected to grow furthermore. As climate changes have adverse consequences like shortage of food, water, shelter creating health hazards this in turn is engenders to such extensive migration and movement globally. The Paris Climate Change Agreement put forward the need to protect the endangered population, and in establishing advanced strategies which would minimize, and address movements related to climatic changes. There are no certain estimates of climate change induced migration, but forecasts varies from 25 million to 1 billion migrants by 2050.This Climate Change 2019 will be analyzing and discussing over the consequences due to migration and solutions for the same.

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Related Societies and Associations: International Organization for Migration, International Labour Organization (ILO); United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD); United Nations Development Programme (UNDP); United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN-DESA); United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA); Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR); United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).

Session 9: Pollution and its effect on Climate

Air pollution and Climate are interlinked entities. If one of them changes its sure to affect the other. Researchers and scientist with the help of high-level techniques and instruments were able to get a clear picture of the aerosols which are the causative agents of pollution when present in the atmosphere. The main source of air pollution is induced by burning of fossil fuels especially emission of carbon dioxide and it not only adds to pollution but also brings about changes in the climate. Additionally, lot of air pollutants that are harmful for human beings and ecosystems also accord to climate change. These air pollutants are so-called short-lived climate-forcing pollutants (SLCPs) include black carbon, methane, sulphate aerosols and ground-level ozone. Among these black carbon and methane to be specific have significant impacts on the climate leading to global warming. Pollution should be controlled to best possible way by every individual and the Climate Change 2019 aims at coming up with new prevention strategies and solution models to fight against pollution kindling climate change.

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Related Conferences: 6th World Conference on Climate Change September 9-11, 2019 Berlin, Germany; Environment and Climate Change November 22-23, 2018 Bucharest, Romania; 8th World Climate Congress May 08-09, 2019 Phuket, Thailand; 3rd Annual Congress on Environmental Pollution and Health Hazards October 21-22, 2019 Sydney, Australia; 9th International Conference on Global warming and Pollution, December 5-6, 2018 Vancouver, Canada; WHO’s First Global Conference on Air Pollution and Health 30 October - 1 November 2018 WHO Headquarters, Geneva, Switzerland; 5th International Conference on Pollution Control & Sustainable Environment March 14-16, 2019 London, UK.

Related Societies and Associations: Coalition for Clean Air (CCA); Sierra Club; Union of Concerned Scientists; Clean Air Task Force; Earthjustice; German VCD (German Sustainable Transport Association); The World Bank Group; International Union of Air Pollution Prevention and Environmental Protection Associations (IUAPPA); WHO; United States Environmental Protection Agency; National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; National Academies; World Meteorological Organization (WMO); Clean Air World; National Association of Clean Air Agencies; Clean Air Trust; Clean Air Watch; CenSARA; Lake Michigan Air Directors Consortium (LADCO); AIRNow.

Session 10: Measures to prevent Climate Change

Solutions to climate change are challenging but also achievable to some extent. The first and foremost thing to do is to reduce the use of fossil fuels thereby reducing the amount of greenhouse gas emission in the atmosphere. Transport system accounts for the second major cause of greenhouse gas emission which, needs to be improved and this can be achieved by switching to cycling or walking, cutting down usage of airplane flights, using trains for short to medium distance journey and replacing petrol run vehicles by hybrid or electric vehicles. Another most important cause is deforestation like cutting down and destroying large areas of world’s rainforest which store large amount of carbon so by avoiding cutting down of trees and using better agricultural practices, proper forest management methods, paper recycling would eliminate the massive bulk of emission. The World is at a dangerous stage owing to climate change and the Climate Change 2019 will be a wake up call for all the people encouraging them to put forward good efforts, solutions in preventing our Mother Earth from Climatic changes.

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Related Societies and Associations: Sierra Club Foundation; Environmental Defense Fund; Union of Concerned Scientists; Greenpeace; Wood’s Hole Oceanographic Institute; Earth Justice; Center for Climate and Energy Solutions; The Solutions Project; Nature Conservancy; National Resources Defense Council.

Session 11: Clean Energy

Energies generated from solar, wind, water and waves are clean and add minute or no amount of greenhouse gases and hence are termed as clean energy also called renewable energy as they can be used again and again. Climate change and global warming along with emission of humongous amount of greenhouse gases and increase in oil prices are all directing more towards the use of renewable energy.

Wind Energy: Wind energy can be used for production of electricity. Wind mills and wind turbines are built to harness energy of the wind to make electricity. Preferred location for wind farms is areas with stronger wind flow or at high altitude places.

Solar Energy: Energy from the sun has many applications. It’s beneficial for both humans and plants. For plants they convert solar energy to chemical energy by the process of photosynthesis and in case of humans, sun’s energy striking on solar panels gets the energy converted with generation of electricity. Another use of solar energy is its use as solar cooker. Instead of conventional method, solar cooking uses sunlight for cooking and its cheap and environment friendly.

Hydropower: Flowing rivers or streams, waves and tides helps in production of mechanical energy. This is used for electricity generation and accounts for single renewable energy source for electricity generation in the United States and the largest contributor among all the renewable energy sources and accounts for 6.7% of worldwide electricity production.

Renewable energy being cheap and more efficient its use is increasing day by day and if properly used then it may give us a hope of having a world free of greenhouse gas. This Climate Change 2019 will give us new techniques, ideas as to how utilize these renewable energies more efficiently.

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Related Conferences: 3rd International Conference on Renewable Energy and Resources February 22-23, 2019 San Francisco, USA; 3rd Edition of Global Summit on Renewable Energy & Emerging Technologies September 09-10, 2019 Baltimore, USA; 2019 8th International Conference on Clean and Green energy (ICCGE 2019)—El Compendex, Scopus 13th February 2019 Milan, Italy; IEEE—2019 The 2nd Asia Power and Energy Engineering Conference (APEEC 2019)—El Compendex, Scopus 29th March 2019 Chengdu, china; 20th International Conference on Renewable & Sustainable Energy June 5-7 2018 Sao Francisco, USA; Innovative SMART Grid Technologies 2018 Conference (IEEE ISGT 2018) Feb 19-22,2018 Washington DC; ICREN 2019 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RENEWABLE ENERGY APRIL 24-26 2019 UNESCO, PARIS.

Related Societies and Associations: American Council on Renewable Energy; American Solar Energy Society; Danish Organisation for Renewable Energy (OVE);Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology(ANERT), KeralaIndia; EKOenergy; European Renewable Energy Council; EurObserv'ER; Green Power Forum; INFORSE-Europe; International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA); International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE); International Renewable Energy Alliance (REN Alliance); Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP); Renewable Fuels Association; World Council for Renewable Energy; International Hydropower Association (IHA); International Solar Energy Society; World Wind Energy Association; Solar Cookers International; REN21; Rocky Mountain Institute; Trans-Mediterranean Renewable Energy Cooperation; Iceland Geothermal; National Hydropower Association (US); Citizen Partnerships for Offshore Wind (CPOW); European Wind Energy Association.

Session 12: Clean Coal Technology

Coal is one of the most important fuels, with the help of which 23% of energy requirements are met and around 39% of electricity is generated from coal. Nevertheless, burning of coal releases carbon dioxide and other emissions which contribute to global warming and climate change. Certain technologies are being developed to reduce the impact of this generation of coal and thereby serving as a barrier to climate change. Different types of technologies are available for clean coal concept:

Pre-combustion capture

Post combustion capture

Oxy-fuel Combustion

Clean coal technology gives us a promise to mitigate the adverse climatic effects of coal emission. The Climate Change 2019 will widen our knowledge in using Clean Coal Technology.

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Related Conferences: ICCCTCP 2018: 20th International Conference on Clean Coal Technologies and Coal Pollution London United Kingdom May 14-15,2018; World Clean Coal conference 2018 Bali Indonesia; World Clean Coal Conference, Korea 2017 October 25-26, 2017 Seoul, Korea; World Clean Coal Conference, Annual Assembly November 15-16, 2017 Beijing, China; Clean Coal Technologies 2019, 3 – 7 JUNE 2019 HOUSTON TEXAS;6th Global Thermal Coal Resource & Market Summit 2018 14- 15 November 2018 Beijing; CICEME Beijing 21 November 2018 - 23 November 2018 Beijing.

Related Societies and Associations: Cleaner Coal Technologies American Coal Council; International Energy Agency; New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization; Japan Coal Energy center.

Session 13: Green Economy

“Green” as the word itself implies is helping environment to grow without any degradation. And Green economy is the economic model with the objective of sustainable development, improved human well being along with reduction of environmental risks. In short Green Economy can also be referred to as environment friendly economy. Green economy follows certain principles and they are: Environment, Social and Economic and other such principles. The International Conference on Climate Change 2019 will help us to know more about Green Economy principles and new innovations in this same field.

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Related Societies and Associations: European Environment Agency; The Green Economy Coalition (GEC); The Green Economy Network.

Session 14: Climate Models

For helping scientist and researchers around the world in understanding how the climate was thousand years ago and in predicting the climate of the future we use climate model, which are tools for understanding the climate of the Earth. The base of climate models is that it uses different equations to represent interactions and various processes that change the Earth’s climate. The models follow the fundamental laws of physical, biological and chemical mechanisms taking place in the Earth. There are different types of climatic models: Box models, Radiative-convective models, EMICs and GCMs. There are various institutions were climatic models are made, implemented and are used. By attending the conference on climate Change 2019 we will have a clear concept about the climatic models and its working principle and role in forecasting the future climate.

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Related Conferences: AMS Annual MeetingSpecial Symposium on Catalyzing Innovation in Weather Science Internationally 08 Jan 2019 Phoenix, Arizona, United States; National Tornado Summit 05 Mar 2019 - 06 Mar 2019 Oklahoma City, OK, United States; Gordon Research Seminar — Radiation and Climate 20 Jul 2019 - 21 Jul 2019 Bates College, Lewiston, United States; 8th World Climate Congress May 08-09, 2019 Phuket, Thailand; ICTP 2nd Workshop on Regional Climate Modeling and Extreme Events over South America, 5-9 November 2018, Sao Paulo, Brazil; 3rd International Conference on Science and Technology Applications in Climate Change, 14-15 November 2018, Melaka, Malaysia.

Related Societies and Associations: National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR, in Boulder, Colorado, USA); The Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL, in Princeton, New Jersey, USA); The Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research(in Exeter, UK); World Climate Research Programme (WCRP).

Session 15: Climate Engineering

Climate engineering also known as Geoengineering is the application of engineering with respect to Earth’s Climatic system with the objective of obstructing or hindering climatic changes. It involves various approaches and mechanizations to impede the changes. Among them are carbon dioxide removal from atmosphere and solar radiation management.

Solar Radiation management- Commonly known as Solar Geoengineering refers to the technology which reflects sunlight which in turn reduces global warming thereby bringing down earth’s temperature. The approach is to modify Earth’s surface, or the other way is in using solar shade which would prevent sunlight reaching the Earth in this way the Sun’s warming effect can be nullified. Scientist has also come up with the concept of using literal shad built in space which can reflect sunlight before it reaches earth. This management has the possibility to reduce the impacts of climate change but also prone to risk factor.

Carbon Dioxide removal Technique- One such technique is Reforestation. This is required as large areas of forests are destroyed globally every day. Forests are home to various species of birds, animals, and trees which serve as store house of carbon. It involves re-establishing or replanting zone of forest which were destroyed or damaged by some means previously usually by deforestation. Forests form an essential part of the carbon cycle maintenance in the atmosphere as trees and plants would be taking up carbon dioxide for photosynthesis in the course removing the excess carbon dioxide from the air. This forest acts as a carbon dioxide drinking machine reducing its part from contributing to greenhouse gases. By using forest products also, we can reduce the emission of fossil fuels. The Climate Change 2019 will be considering and discussing over the different methods of Climate Engineering and their application in blocking climate changes.

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Related Conferences: Scenarios Forum 2019 11-13 March 2019, Denver, CO / USA; Geoscience & Society Summit 18. - 21. March 2018, Stockholm / Sweden; International workshop on terrestrial CDR, Potsdam, 22-23th January 2018;Workshop: Climate Engineering Regulation and Liability 16 – 18 October 2017, KIEL; SPP 1689 Workshop on the 1.5 °C Target and Climate Engineering 24-25 November 2016, Kiel Institute For The World Economy// Lecture Hall; World Environment & Water Resources Congress Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania May 19-23, 2019.

Related Societies and Associations: Federation of International Geo-Engineering Societies (FedIGS); The Royal Society; Environmental Defense Fund; Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change; Intellectual Ventures; Climate Response Fund; Council on Energy, Environment, and Water (CEEW); Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment; Forum for Environment; International Institute for Applied System Analysis (IIASA).

Session 16: Climate Laws

The Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment and the Sabin Center on Climate Change Law has an entire database of more than 1200 policies involving 164 countries of the world. With time there is increase in the number of climate laws and the number is 20 times more than that it was in 1997. The database gives us an insight into the different approaches followed by the developed and developing countries. After the Paris Agreement in December 2015, 47 more laws were passed. The world’s least developed countries are getting more active on these climate laws or policies. Climate Change 2019 will make everyone more aware about the climate laws and different climate policies and would help them in implementing in their respective countries.

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Related Conferences: 5th World Conference on Climate Change October 4-6, 2018 Park Inn by Radisson, London, UK; 8th International Conference on Environment and Climate Change November 22-23, 2018 Bucharest, Romania; World Congress on Climate Change May 22-23, 2019 Rome, Italy; 5th World Conference on Climate Change 4-5 October 2018 United Kingdom; 6th World Conference on Climate Change September 9-11, 2019 Berlin, Germany.

Related Societies and Associations: Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change & Environment and the Sabin Center on Climate Change Law; The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

Market Analysis

The economic impacts of climate change as that presented by Stern Review to the British Government predicted in reduction of world gross domestic product by several percent. This reduction is due to increased extreme weather patterns like sea level rise, melting of glaciers and other stresses to low lying areas. After the 2016 Paris Agreement which was signed to reduce emissions, researchers are monitoring at the impact that moves towards a low carbon economy leading to financial stability.

The main problem faced by climate change is how to reduce the carbon dioxide levels. The solution to this is using high efficiency emission saving production technologies which can be implemented and executed in countries around the world. The successful usage would help in energy saving, reduction of emission and job creation. But the challenges lie in implementing such technologies in countries having no financial stability. The estimation by the World Bank is developing countries would need $145-$175 billion and $30 and $100 billion for mitigation and adaption respectively by the year 2030 annually. The increasing climate change will also increase the energy costs, not only energy demand would increase but also the supply of energy may diminish as power stations would be compromised due to higher temperatures.

The Czech Republic government has plans to combat climate changes through primary emission reduction targets by reducing its overall emission by 32metric tons of CO2 equivalent in comparison to that recorded in 2005 by the year 2020 and by 2030 their aim is to reduce by 44 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent. 11% of the greenhouse gas emission is contributed by the industrial sector which accounts for 7% of the E.U emission in total and to address this issue the government has employed the SEP of Czech Republic 2012-2020, which aims to improve the energy management.


  

           

                                                                          Figure 1

The greenhouse gas emission particularly carbon dioxide emission is rising along with the rise in overall temperature of the world. This is having impact in various fields like wildlife, human, environment and another important field that is economy. The economic consequences of climate change globally will be costly and negative as depicted by Figure 1.

Top Research Institutes

Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford

Energy Research Centre, University of Cape Town

The Energy and Resources Institute (India)

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Alberto Luiz Coimbra Institute of Graduate Studies and Research in Engineering (COPPE)

Grantham Research Institute for Climate Change and the Environment, London School of Economics

Institute for the Study of International Development at McGill University

International Center for Climate Change and Development (Bangladesh)

International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (Austria)

Peking University, National School of Development

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

Pontifical Catholic University of Chile

Regional Centre for Climate Change and Decision Making (an initiative of UNESCO and AVINA)

School of Public Policy and Management at Tsinghua University

Tufts University Center for International Environment and Resource Policy

University of California at Berkeley, Renewable & Appropriate Energy Laboratory

Institute for Environment and Sanitation Studies, University of Ghana

University of Maryland Center for Global Sustainability

University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and the Environment

University of São Paulo

Yale University Center for Green Chemistry and Engineering

Top Organizations

Greenpeace

Union of Concerned Scientists

Environmental Defense Fund

Sierra Club Foundation

Wood’s Hole Oceanographic Institute

EarthJustice

Center for Climate and Energy Solutions

Nature Conservancy

National Resources Defense Council

The Solutions Project

Top Universities

University of California--Berkeley

Wageningen University and Research Center

Harvard University

Stanford University

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich

University of Queensland Australia

University of Oxford

Duke University

Imperial College London

University of Minnesota--Twin Cities

University of California--Davis

University of British Columbia

Yale University

University of Washington

University of Copenhagen

Target Audience

Climatologists

Atmospheric scientists

Meteorologists

Climate Scientists

Geologist

Environmental Scientists

Marine Biologists

Wildlife Scientists

Professors

Researchers

Students

Why to attend?

This International Conference on Climate Change 2019 will bring together a large pool of participants originating from different fields across the globe and putting their point of view regarding climate change. The two day conference will be having speakers from different field consisting of Climate Scientist, geologists, atmospheric scientists, professors, researchers and students giving speeches on upcoming relevant topics related to climatic changes, there will be oral and poster presentations, workshops and lot more. Talk ranging from variety of topics will enhance and take the conference to a completely different level. The conference would broaden our horizon of knowledge regarding all the topics of climate change starting from causes, its aftereffect, available preventive measures, different climatic models and new emerging technologies in handling the climate changes. So let’s enrich ourselves by joining and contributing to the International Conference on Climate Change 2019.

Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Jaroslaw Krzywanski
Associate Professor, Mathematics and Natural science
Jan Dlugosz University
Czestochowa, Poland
OCM Member
Rajasekhar Balasubramanian
Professor & Deputy Head for Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering , Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
National University of Singapore
Singapore, Singapore
OCM Member
Paulo J. C. Favas
Professor
University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro (UTAD)
Lisbon, Portugal
OCM Member
Dr. De Wrachien Daniele
Senior Professor
State University of Milan
Milan, Italy
OCM Member
Prof. G.Q. Chen
Professor, Systems ecology and Sustainability science
Peking University
Beijing, China
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