Dissemination of research findings is an essential part of the scientific research process.  Hence, it is of utmost importance for a researcher who is writing a full paper with the aim of publishing in a reputable journal or in a reputable proceeding.  Furthermore, getting a paper published in a reputable peer-reviewed journal or proceeding is an important milestone for researchers.

Through the publication workshop, we intend to disseminate knowledge on writing scientific papers and scholarly publications to assist future researchers.  All conference participants are welcome to participate in this workshop.

Prof. Michael Sadowsky
Director, BioTechnology Institute
Distinguished McKnight Professor
University of Minnesota
Dr. Edward Ooi Chien Wei
Senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering Discipline
Monash University

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Date: 28th February 2020
Time: 2.20 p.m. – 3.50 p.m.

Audience: All conference participants


ICCC 2020 round tables are a great platform for participants to share experiences and learnings both from academicians and practitioners to contribute to prevent or mitigate climate change. These round tables will discuss the challenges based on the experience of Climate Change research projects/programs in both formal and non-formal settings. The participants will identify gaps and needs for implementation to overcome these issues.

Round Table Agenda

  • Introduction by the moderator (10min)
  • Introducing participants (10min)
  • Discuss and Identify the gaps, priority actions, strategies, and programs for each sector in the following topical areas: (60min)



  • Presenting the discussed points and the outcome of each round table by the moderator to all audience in the conference hall.(10min)


All conference participants are invited for this round table discussion.Limited seats are available. Please register for one of the registration tables and reserve your seat.

This is Complimentary for all the Conference Participants. Please make sure to register here to reserve your seat


Date: 27th February 2020

Time: 4.00p.m. – 6.00p.m.

Climate Change on Ecosystems and Wildlife

Climate change is having significant impacts on species and ecosystems and these are likely to increase considerably in the future.  Components of climate change affecting biodiversity include increasing temperature, changes in precipitation patterns, and increases in the frequency and intensity of storms, flooding, droughts, and wildfires.  The impacts of climate change on species include changes in species distributions, alteration in the timing of annual life-cycle events, and disruption of ecological relationships.  Many in the conservation community think that climate change will be one of the greatest challenges to conserving biodiversity in the coming decades.




Prof. Dr. Ahmad Ismail

Faculty of Science,
Universiti Putra Malaysia

Climate Change on Human Health

Maintaining population health is a key element of any successful state response to climate change. Health considerations need to be integrated into all policy and planning responses. Since all social sectors affect health, plans to protect and enhance the health of human during the next decades need to involve all sectors. The voice of health professionals, by educating the public about the health risks of climate change, is essential to promote public support for needed climate response policies.



Dr. Luc Hens

Environmental expert

Climate Change on Agriculture, Food and Water

One of the sectors most sensitive to climate change in agriculture. Evidence has shown that agriculture in several regions in the world is already being impacted by climate variability and change and weather extremes. These include diseases, pests and invasive species shifts; strains on water resources to meet agricultural, community and natural resource needs; and extremes in precipitation and temperature impacting the economic sustainability of all sectors of agriculture.  Identifying and promoting strategies to improve agriculture resiliency are critical to this industry’s economic and environmental sustainability.



Prof. Dato Dr Mohd Fauzi Ramlan

Former Vice Chancellor,
University Putra Malaysia,


A workshop will be arranged by the Conference Chair to discuss the outcomes and get the feedback of the Conference. Participants can share their experiences of attending the conference and express their ideas on areas to be improved in the future.

Moreover, the plans to be executed when organizing for ICCC 2021  will be discussed during the workshop providing an opportunity for participants to share their views and voice their suggestions in terms of the conference theme, conference tracks, venue, dates, keynote speakers, partners featured events and any other applicable areas. The workshop will provide an insight to deliver the future conferences in a fruitful way with the outputs received by the Conference Chair, Keynote Speakers, Participants, and Organizers.

Date: 28th February 2019

Time: 5.40 p.m. – 6.10 p.m.

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