Utkal University, Bhubaneswar is going to organize a National Conference on Climate Change (NCCC-2020) from March 12th -13th, 2020 at the Utkal University Campus.
This Upcoming Climate Change Conference(NCCC-2020) is going to be organized by the Center of Excellence in Environment, Climate Change and Public Health, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India in association with various National and Global Organizations such as the Institute of Research and Journals-IRAJ, Bhubaneswar, Allconferencealert.com, 10times.com, Clocate.com, www.researchbib.com, Eventful.com, Etc.
The conference has collaborated with Forest and Environment Department, Govt. of Odisha and Indian Institute of Public Health.
Participants and eminent speakers are attending from the institution like
- Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore,
- Indian Institute of Tropical Metrology, Pune,
- DST-CoE in Climate Modeling,
- India Metrological Department, New Delhi
- IIPH, Bhubaneswar
NCCC-2020 aims to promote the outstanding research, latest innovations and trending technologies Climate Change, Environmental Science. It establishes a multi-disciplinary forum to discuss and generates the analysis to understand the global trends as well as the regional and local trends around the world. NCCC-2020 is designed with a keynote presentation by expert scientists and researchers who share their expertise and provides their reviews and opinions on trending technologies, Oral presentations in various disciplines and sub-disciplines of Climate Change and Environmental Science. In addition NCCC-2020 provides poster presentation opportunity to junior scientists and graduate students, which stands as an ultimate platform to build their research carrier and to learn from experts.
Portending process of climate change, induced by the anthropogenic accumulations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere are likely to generate effects that will cascade through the biosphere, impacting all life on earth and bearing upon human endeavors. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all and achieving this by 2030 becomes questionable due to the adverse impacts of climate change. The 17 Goals are all interconnected for transforming our world. They recognize that ending poverty must go hand-in-hand with strategies that build economic growth and address a range of social needs including education, health, social protection, and job opportunities, while tackling climate change and environmental protection.
In anticipation of these effects due to climate change and urge to achieve targets under 17 SDGs with 230 indicators (Report of the Inter-Agency and Expert Group on Sustainable Development Goal Indicators), researchers widen their field of vision and collaborate across disciplines to encompass increasingly complex interactions. Trans-disciplinary cooperation should aim to generate effective responses to the evolving risks, including actions to mitigate the emissions of greenhouse gases and to adapt to those climate changes that cannot be avoided.
This conference will provide an opportunity to participants exposition of current research on the impacts, adaptation, and mitigation of climate change in relation to agro-ecosystems, forest-ecosystems, coastal-ecosystems. This is the first climate conference being organized by Centre of Excellence for Environment, Climate Change and Public Health (CoE-ECCPH) of Utkal University, Bhubaneswar. Depending on the response, the CoE-ECCPH intends to bring out a series of the a publication dedicated to elucidating the interactions of climate change with a broad range of sectors and systems, and to developing and spurring effective responses to this global challenge. Participants of the National Conference will have scope to get associated and receive facilitation support from CoE-ECCPH for taking up more research work in their respective areas of interest.
Here is the link to the conference: https://www.conferencealerts.in/Event-Detail.php?EV-id=257973
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