Conference Date: November 26-28, 2021
Conference Venue: Xiamen, China
Online Registration System: http://www.novevents.org/RegistrationSubmission/default.aspx?ConferenceID=1403
International Conference on Ecosystems and Climate Change(CECC 2021) will be held during November 26-28, 2021 in Xiamen, China. This Conference will cover issues on Arid lands and Desertification,Biodiversity and Biological Conservation,Disturbance Ecology and other related fields. It dedicates to creating a stage for exchanging the latest research results and sharing the advanced research methods.
If you wish to serve the conference as an invited speaker, please send email to us with your CV. We'll contact with you asap.
Publication and Presentation
Publication: Open Access Journal，please contact us for detailed information
Index: CNKI and Google Scholar
Note: If you want to present your research results but do NOT wish to publish a paper, you may simply submit an Abstract to our Registration System.
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1.Submit full paper (Regular Attendance+Paper Publication+Presentation)
You are welcome to submit full paper, all the accepted papers will be published by Open access journal.
2. Submit abstract (Regular Attendance+Abstract+Presentation)
3. Regular Attendance (No Submission Required)
Arid lands and Desertification
Biodiversity and Biological Conservation
Ecosystem Creation and Restoration
Fragile Ecosystems and Management
Sustainability and Resilience
Climate Change and Food Security
Observations for Long-Term Climate Monitoring
Climate Change Impacts on Biodiversity Conservation and Natural Resource
Climate Change and Energy: Policies, Planning & Management
Climate Change and Sustainable Development
Climate Change, Extreme Events and Natural Disasters
Industry and Business Sector Experiences with Climate Change
International Diplomacy, Climate Change and Adaptation Finance
Dealing with Climate Change: Poverty and Gender Issues
Climate Change Adaptation
Climate Change and Technology
Climate Change and Desertification
Climate Change and Migration