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TIIKM Sri Lanka, welcomes all the researchers, academicians, scholars and activists to submit abstracts for the International Conference on Climate Change 2017 (ICCC 2017) which will be held on February 16th and 17th, 2017 in Colombo, Sri Lanka under the theme “Climate Change, Facing the challenge beyond COP21”.
ICCC 2017 will continue its momentum in 2017 to explore a platform to exchange ideas on Climate Change, discover new opportunities, reacquaint with colleagues, meet new friends, and broaden their knowledge. chemists, physicists, biologists, material scientists, biomedical researchers, engineers, environmentalists, social workers and other researchers who are active at the frontiers of this diverse and multidisciplinary field are encouraged to spread knowledge through the ICCC-2017 which will act as a global platform.
Objectives of the Conference
- To promote effective gathering and dialogue among those involved in research and development activities in Climate Change Mitigation, Vulnerability, and Adaptation, nationally and internationally.
- To make a bridge between government & non-governmental organizations concerned in such activities.
- To create and disseminate the knowledge about Climate Change and Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
- To make a platform for scientists and other personnel to discuss issues and policies related to Climate Change.
- To enhance contribution to new developments in the field of Environmental Sciences through the findings and discussion of the conference
- Promote young researchers and scientists to carry forward more studies and research on Climate change
Dr. Eleanor Milne
Editor in Chief, Environmental Development
University of Leicester, UK
Eleanor Milne has over 20 years of experience working on various aspects of environmental management in the agricultural and land management sectors in developing countries.
Dr. Scott Denning
Professor of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University, USA.
Scott Denning is Professor of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University in the United States where he leads a large research group studying the interaction of the global carbon cycle with our changing climate. Author of over 100 publications in the refereed climate literature, he is a former Editor of the Journal of Climate, and was Founding Science Chair of the North American Carbon Program.