The 6th International Conference on Climate Change 2022

17th -18th February 2022 | A Virtual Conference

“Meeting Climate Challenges Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic”

Bbstract Submission: 14th October 2021

Climate Change Conference 2022

Welcome to the 6th International Conference on Climate Change 2022 which will take place on from 17th – 18th February 2022 in Virtual Platform. We hope the ICCC 2022 unites diverse researches and case studies from all over the world, in parallel sessions while offering many networking and publishing opportunities. Discover the latest trends and challenges in the field at this leading conference.

Call For Papers Tracks

Assessing Impacts on Diverse Ecosystems

Human Impacts and Responsibility

Technical, Political, and Social Responses

Climate Change and Health

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PROF. ERANDATHIE (ERANDI) LOKUPITIYA
-Co-Chair-

Department of Zoology and Environment Sciences, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka.

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prof. fredolin tangang
PROF. FREDOLIN TANGANG

-Co-Chair-

Chairman & Professor, Centre for Earth Sciences and Environment, Universiti Kebangsaan, Malaysia.

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Dr. Andrew Norton
Dr. ANDREW NORTON

-Keynote Speaker-

Director, International Institute for Environment and Development, United Kingdom.

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Dr. Zsolt Lengyel
DR. ZSOLT LENGYEL

-Plenary Speaker-

Co-founder, Institute for European Energy and Climate Policy (IEECP), Canada.

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Joyce Coffee
JOYCE COFFEE

-Plenary Speaker-

President, Climate Resilience Consulting,
United States.

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Round Table Discussion

ICCC 2022 roundtable discussions,

  • Make a global platform for novel ideas and thinking at the international level.
  • Gather top knowledge people to one place from around the world.
  • Give an opportunity to meet researchers, policymakers and industrial representatives on one table.
  • Facilitate discussion that gives each participant the maximum amount of group input on a given subject of common interest in a short amount of time

Round Table Themes

ICCC 2022 will have three parallel round table sessions and participants can attend according to their interest

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CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

SUPPORTING JOURNALS

  • FREE of Charge for Submissions
  • Supporting Journals
  • Workshops with Experts
  • All major indexing
  • Personalized Guidance
  • Support with preliminary reviews

PUBLISHELP

A Breakthrough Free TIIKM Project To Make Your Research Publication Possible

  • This is a free project which is designed to help you to develop your full papers up to the standard.
  • We provide preliminary reviews for your full paper with the world-class publication “steering committee” prior to the conference.
  • Reviewed and revised paper with constructive inputs will make your paper more likely to be accepted by high standard journals.

Need support to publish your paper???

 

Publication Workshop

Title: “Publishing in international scientific journals: experiences as an editor, author, and reviewer”

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Henry Huntington, Ph.D.

Editor-in-chief of Weather, Climate, and Society Journal
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“Henry Huntington, Ph.D., will describe what makes for strong scientific papers as well as common pitfalls in preparing and submitting manuscripts. He will draw on nearly 30 years of experience as an author, reviewer, and editor.”

Official Conference Partners

Co – Hosting Partner

 

College of Science Center for Natural Sciences and Environmental Research, De La Salle University, Philippines

College of Science Center for Natural Sciences and Environmental Research,
De La Salle University,
Philippines

Co – Hosting Partner

Association for Environment Management and Sustainability (AEMS)

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The International Institute of
Knowledge Management – Sri Lanka

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