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.
Purpose of the Conference
“To encourage collaboration and exchange of information, ideas among environmentalists and professionals in related disciplines with a particular interest in global climate change issues and solutions.”
We invite you to join our purpose and build a sustainable world for all.
BOOK OF ABSTRACTS
Success Story of ICCC
PROF. ERANDATHIE (ERANDI) LOKUPITIYA
Professor in Environmental science,
Department of Zoology and Environment Sciences,
Director, Center for Environmental Initiatives,
University of Colombo,
ICCC 2022 Roundtable Discussions
Climate Change Education
Prof. Erandathie (Erandi) Lokupitiya
Director, Center for Environmental Initiatives, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Youth advocate for sustainable development and climate action Switzerland
Digital Art Show
Art in the Time of Corona -Recovery Roses
Date 17th February 2022
By Selva Ozelli
International Tax Expert and environmentalist,
“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???
Title: “Publishing in international scientific journals: experiences as an editor, author, and reviewer”
Henry Huntington, Ph.D.
Editor-in-chief of Weather, Climate, and Society Journal
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