Round Table Discussion
Roundtables are those productive conference feature that unleash the expertise of professionals in a friendly discussion where everyone has the potential to contribute. Round Table Discussions organized in ICCC 2022 will provide a great platform for delegates to discuss and share their insights on the trends, issues, possible solutions to prevailing concerns in the field of climate change. Interested delegates are encouraged to participate in the roundtable discussions and gain the maximum output during the conference period.
ICCC 2022 roundtable discussions,
Round Table Themes
ICCC 2022 will have three parallel round table sessions and participants can attend according to their interest
Climate Change Education
Education about Climate Change is challenging. One aspect of the challenge is communicating the complex science of Climate Change and the other is motivating people to action required to mitigate climate change and adapt to the diverse impacts it is causing. The challenge for getting people to act through education is difficult as climate-related changes are perceived differently by people based on their experiences
Objectives of the Discussion
- Identify gaps and needs for implementation
- Discuss the challenges based on the experience of Climate Change Education projects/programs in both formal and non-formal settings.
- Identify experiences and learnings both from academicians and practitioners
- Recommendation for Quality Climate Change Education
Prof. Erandathie (Erandi) Lokupitiya
Director, Center for Environmental Initiatives, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka.
"Publishing in international scientific journals: experiences as an editor, author, and reviewer"
“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.”
Henry Huntington, Ph.D.
Editor-in-chief of Weather, Climate, and Society Journal
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