Climate Change Virtual 2020

Webinar
Environmental Earth Science; Clean Energy & Climate Change

Date: 18 to 19 Sep '20
Time: 10:00am to 6:00pm (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time: Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London
Price: Under 500 USD$
Special Offer: 299 USD

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 It is our pleasure to invite you to International Webinar on Climate Change during September 18-19, 2020 with the Theme: “Exploring the possibilities to overcome climate change challenges.”

Climate Change Virtual 2020 is for new concepts and gaining knowledge through discussion and analyzing on different topics of climate change law & policy, Co2 capture and sequestration, global warming, carbon cycle.

Climate Change is one of the biggest challenges we face today and it plays a major role in Global warming due to the increase of atmospheric temperature in the earth. The scientists show the Greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, including carbon dioxide, nitrogen gases, and Water vapors run the main role in Global warming. Climate Chance 2020 will address a variety of critically important areas in relation to Climate Change and create a global discussion to find out solutions to the social and Biological impact of  Climate Chance.

The Climate Chance Conference scientific program will cultivate discussions and hopes to inspire participants from a wide array of themes.

SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS

  • Climate Change & Health
  • Climate Change Economics
  • Carbon Cycle
  • Climate Hazards
  • Energy Policy
  • Co2 Capture and Sequestration
  • Climate Change Law & Policy
  • Global Warming Effects & Causes
  • Pollution and Climate Change
  • Ecosystem Function and Services
  • Mitigation of Climate Change
  • Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  • Disaster Management
  • Tackling Climate Change with AI
  • Environmental Geotechnics and Climate Change
  • Sustainable Mobility

 ➢ The innovation path to a climate positive built environment and resilient cities.
Presented by: Azzeddine Oudjehane, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Canada

Six-Step Guide for Making Nature-Based Infrastructure Decisions Comparing the Benefits of Multiple Ecosystem Services
Presented by: Deborah January Bevers, Houston Wilderness, USA

Impact of future climate changes on arbuscular mycorrhizal communities under organic vs. conventional agricultural management systems
Presented by: Sara Fareed Mohamed Wahdan, Helmholtz  Center for Environmental Research, Germany

Application of Chemical Technology & Chemistry to Control Earth’s Global Warming
Presented by: Virendra Goswami, UNIDO, ICTP, Italy

 ➢ The innovation path to a climate positive built environment and resilient cities.
Presented by: Azzeddine Oudjehane, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Canada

Six-Step Guide for Making Nature-Based Infrastructure Decisions Comparing the Benefits of Multiple Ecosystem Services
Presented by: Deborah January Bevers, Houston Wilderness, USA

Impact of future climate changes on arbuscular mycorrhizal communities under organic vs. conventional agricultural management systems
Presented by: Sara Fareed Mohamed Wahdan, Helmholtz  Center for Environmental Research, Germany

Application of Chemical Technology & Chemistry to Control Earth’s Global Warming
Presented by: Virendra Goswami, UNIDO, ICTP, Italy

Azzeddine Oudjehane

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Canada

Deborah January Bevers

Houston Wilderness, USA

Merritt T Cooke

China Partnership of Greater Philadelphia, USA

Sara Fareed Mohamed Wahdan

Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research, Germany

Virendra Goswami

UNIDO, ICTP, Italy

Azzeddine Oudjehane

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Canada

Deborah January Bevers

Houston Wilderness, USA

Merritt T Cooke

China Partnership of Greater Philadelphia, USA

Sara Fareed Mohamed Wahdan

Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research, Germany

Virendra Goswami

UNIDO, ICTP, Italy

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