Environmental & Climatic Consequences:
Challenges & Mitigation Strategies
Department Of Science & Technology, Government of Rajasthan
21 - 22 December 2019
ICECC 2019 - 20
Earth is the only known planet with suitable conditions that are necessary to sustain life. Natural resources such as water, air, and sunlight are the most important resources that make life possible. The planet Earth is endowed with a large variety of flora and fauna. Collectively these are known as Biodiversity and depend on each other for survival. Climate is yet another important factor for ecosystems and variations in climate maintain the balance in ecosystem. Variations in climate are affecting biodiversity, and the time is not far when these variations will become a threat to biodiversity. The meltdown of polar ice caps, glaciers, rise in carbon dioxide levels, global warming, hole in the ozone layer, etc are signs that prove our climate is facing hazardous risks. The melting of glaciers and polar ice caps is causing seawater to rise. This rise in sea level causes difficulty for corals to photosynthesize as corals need to be near the surface in order to complete the process of photosynthesis.
Global warming leads to the rise in water temperatures which leads to the bleaching of coral reefs, as a result of which the marine life depending on coral reefs faces severe disturbance. Certain human activities lead to a rise in carbon-dioxide levels in atmosphere. But the one-third of this rise is absorbed by the ocean causing the acidification of oceanic water change, the plant may find difficult to grow because being stationary the plants cannot adapt quickly to the changes.
The result is that the flora suffers, bringing hardships on the fauna depending on the former. These changes can lead to tragic outcomes such as extinction of species which can cause unbalance in biodiversity. Climate variation is also causing rainfall instead of snowfall in winter season. This variation prevents the rise in level of snow, as a result when the snow starts to melt the level of snow decreases. The outcome can cause a lack of availability of freshwater which is essential for survival.
Taking cue of this scenario and serious challanges posed to the planet earth by environmental & climatic changes and their possible consequences.
We are organizing an International Conference on “Environmental & Climatic Consequences: Challenges Mitigation Strategies”, where we will have a world-wide discussion and debate on the topic and try to bring awareness on the importance of change in climate, so that a peaceful ecosystem can be maintained where all the living beings can survive according to their needs.
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About the Conference:
The Sangam University in collaboration with Sangam Groups of Industries is organizing Annual International Conference on Coping Change through innovation and value creation for Society on December 22-23, 2017 in Sangam University Campus.
The main tracks* of the conference are:
- Innovation – Automation, Artificial Intelligence & Decision Making, Big Data, IoT, Digital Manufacturing, World-Class manufacturing, Cloud-Computing, Webinars Application.
- Challenges in interdisciplinary Studies- Physics, Chemistry, Meteorology, Geographic Information system, Mathematical Modeling, Engineering, Philosophy of Science and Meta Knowledge in International Business and Management, Ethics and Legal studies, New Policy, Demand, Societal Change.
- A green world of social responsibility – green world, environment, energy, ecology, sustainable issues, green IT, SCM, green marketing, potential at the bottom of the pyramid.
- Value Creation & Growth – policy research, corporate governance, GST, entrepreneurship, corporate disclosure and integrated reporting, corporate restructuring, Ethics in Science, Engineering, Law and Business Management.
*The topics given under sub themes are only illustrious in nature and authors are welcome to submit their paper from other areas of Engineering /Management/ Basic and Applied Sciences/Law.
|Abstract Submission||30th November, 2017|
|Abstract Acceptance:||5th December, 2017|
|Full Paper Submission:||10th December, 2017|
|Final registration date||Within 5 days of the acceptance of full paper along with submission of conference registration fees.|
|* Papers submitted after the final submission date might, not be considered for publication.|
The conference will award best research in two categories:`
A – Best Paper Award:
The full paper submitted and presented at the conference will be considered for the Best Paper Award in each track.
- Review committee will evaluate the paper and award score out of 50 on the parameters like: Originality of Ideas |Research Design | Methodology & Depth of Analysis Quality of Discussion | Implications of the Study
- The respective session chair will evaluate the paper and award score out of 50 on the parameters like: Presentation Skills | Question& answers
The winner (s) will be awarded with a certificate and cash prize of Rs. 5,000/-
B – Best poster Awards:
The best poster presentation will be considered in this category. The winner will be awarded with a certificate and trophy.
Mode of Research Paper Presentation:
- The author can directly Present paper and attend at the venue.
- Author(s), those fail to attend the conference can send the power point presentation of maximum 10 slides on conference@
- Papers selected will be published in an edited volume with ISBN number. Exceptionally good papers will be getting a chance to publish in the journal of Sangam University (having ISSN).
- Research Paper in absentia is also considered for publication.
Conference Fee -per paper (Till 08 Dec., 2017)
|Category||Fee (Indian Citizen)||Fee (Foreign Citizen)|
|Students / Research Scholar||1500 INR||100 USD|
|Academician /Corporate / Self Employed||2500 INR||150 USD|
|Non Author Participation/Listener||1000 INR||100 USD|
Conference Fee – per paper (9 Dec., 2017 onward)
|Category||Fee (Indian Citizen)||Fee (Foreign Citizen)|
|Students / Research Scholar||2000 INR||100 USD|
|Academician /Corporate / Self Employed||3000 INR||150 USD|
|Non Author Participation/Listener||1500 INR||100 USD|
(The registration fee included the cost of conference registration kit, participation in conference activities, lunch, tea and banquet.). Maximum three authors in one research paper, no paper accepted with more than three authors.
Eminent personalities expected to chair the sessions:
- Prof. Ramesh Sharda, Vice Dean of the Watson Graduate School of Management, the Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University
- Prof. Om Prakash Yadav, North Dakota State University, US
- Prof Lall Vinod, Paseka School of Business, US
- Prof (Dr.) A. M. Mathai, McGill University, Canada and Director, CMS, Kerala.
- Dr. R. C. Bansal, University of Pretoria, South Africa
- Dr. Kinshuk Gupta, (Associate Dean) Athabasca University in Albarta , Canada
- Prof. K.R. Desai, Director Department of Chemistry-UKATARSADIA UNIVERSITY, C. G. Bhakta Institute of Biotechnology.
- Prof. P.S. Kalsi, Formerly Dean Colleges, Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar
- Prof (Dr.) M A Pathan, Ex-Professor, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
- Prof (Dr.) D C Sharma, Central University of Rajasthan, Bandar Sindri, Ajmer
- Prof.Pramod Agarwal, IIT, Roorkee
- Dr. Nitin Gupta, MNIT, Jaipur
- Dr. K. K. Sharma, MNIT, Jaipur
- Dr S. P Harsha, Professor, IIT Roorkee
- Dr. S. K Jindal, Professor, CTAE Udaipur
- Dr. Sandeep Chatterjee , Registrar, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi