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| Last Updated: 16/04/2019

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International Conference on Climate Change Impacts Management (CCIM 2019)

 

 

The term “Climate Change” proposed by World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) in 1966 was incorporated in the title of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) which now has become synonymous with anthropogenic global warming. Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century along with the increased global population and environmental degradation. It is no longer a scientific concern alone but involves economics, sociology, law and health which directly impact the global sustainability. The role of the Federal Government of India, Department of Industry and Mining, Department of Climate Change & Department of Environment and Forest, Educational Institutions along with start-ups and SME sector is of utmost importance in addressing the issues of Climate Change Impacts Management.Therefore, it is an apt time to deliberate on Climate Change Impacts Management.

Themes:

A. Climate Change Impacts on Flora, Fauna, Environment and Humans:

Threatening of endangered species, Global Warming, Sea-Level Rise and Flooding Desertification, Impact on

Agriculture and Food Security, Ultraviolet (UV) Radiation Causing Skin Cancer

B. Sustainable Climate Impacts Management through Prevention, Adaptation &

Mitigation:

Cleaner Production & Clean Technologies, Pollution Prevention and Control, Waste Minimization, Reuse and

Recycling, Solid Waste Management & Co-Processing, Eco-Innovation, Industrial Symbiosis, Synergies and Waste

Exchange, Harnessing of Renewable Energy etc.

C. Climate Action through Adapting Sustainable Consumption and Production

Patterns:

Doing More and Better with Less, Need for Environmental Education and Behavioural Change, Life Cycle

Thinking, Sustainable use of Natural Resources: Water, Energy, Food, Oil, Natural Gas, Reducing of Footprints on

Environment

D. Green Economy and Innovations:

Greening of Economy through Greening of Industrial Policies, Laws and Regulations, Promotion of Cleaner

Production, Clean Technologies for Greener Products, Greening of Infrastructure, Better Access to Finances

E. Addressing Mitigation and Prevention through achieving Sustainable

Development Goals:

Decent Work and Economic Growth, Industry, Innovation and infrastructure, responsible Consumption and Production

Source:  

https://www.helpbiotech.co.in/2019/01/international-conference-on-climate.html