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Climate Congress & Expo 2020

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Climate Congress & Expo 2020 regards each individual to travel to the "9th World Climate Congress & Expo" amidst April 06 - April 07, 2020 at Bangkok city,Thailand that melds temporary keynote displays, speaker talks, Exhibition, Symposia, Workshops, Speaker sessions.
 
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SESSIONS AND TRACKS

SESSIONS AND TRACKS

Track 1: Climate and Climate Science

Climate science is the study of earth’s climate system and the Climate patterns that cause a change. Climate is affected by temperature driven by pressure systems, ocean oscillation to trade winds, and influence of local conditions by airborne particles; Earths wobble and even the phases of the moon. Climate science is also called as “climatology” which is derived from Greek word “Klima” means “area” or “zone” and “logia” means “Study”. This virtually implies that it's the “study of zones”.

Climatologists are directing their efforts towards explaining, understanding and attempting to do something about climate change and global warming. But climate change is neither the only puzzle science has to solve nor limiting climatologists interest, yet necessary area of science. Recently climate change became clear that human actions are changing the climate and are damaging the environment. Climate change has become more prominent nationally and internationally with most of the government departments taking responsibilities to prepare or mitigate for climate change scenario.

Related societies

USA: Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Europe : Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society (FAPPS),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Wind Energy Association, Society for Environment and Education (SEE), International Renewable Energy Agency, society for Environment and Education (SEE), California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), World Council for Renewable Energy.

Asia: Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Society for Environment and Education (SEE), Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi).

 

Track 2: Climate Strikes and #Fridayforfuture Movement

Holding of climate change "is certainly not a solitary age work. It's mankind's activity," The Climate Strike came to fruition out of Fridays For Future, a development began about a year back by the 15-year-old Greta Thunberg, who announced she’d be striking every Friday, sitting outside of the Swedish parliament until the country identified pathways to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement. News of her protest spread on social media and has grown into worldwide movement. The hash tags #FridaysForFuture and #Climatestrike spread and many students and adults began to protest outside of their parliaments and local city halls all over the world. While the UN was hosting the Climate Action Summit in New York last week, the world’s leading climate scientists were gathered in Monaco to finalize their latest report into the impacts of climate disruption. The contrast between the increasing urgency from scientists and the lack of action from politicians couldn’t be starker. The latest report spells out just how disastrous the effects of climate interruption will be on our seas except if fossil fuels remain in the ground. Hundreds of millions of people displaced by rising sea levels, fish stocks decimated and dead zones in the ocean expanding.

20-27 September 2019, we saw a record 7.6 million individual’s rampage and strike for climate activity. This was the biggest climate mobilization in history. Beginning from Jakarta to New York, Karachi to Amman, and Istanbul to Québec, Berlin to Kampala, Guadalajara to Asunción, in big cities and small villages, millions of people joined hands and raised their voices in defense of the climate. The Global Climate Strike demonstrates that we have the individual’s control we have to make a simply world and end the period of fossil fuels. It’ll take everybody to verify a peaceful future and turn away the worst of the climate crisis. What happens next is up to us. Regardless of where you live, there's a method to make a move.

OVER 7.6 MILLION PEOPLE

 6135 ACTIONS

185 COUNTRIES

73 TRADE UNIONS

3024 BUSINESSES

820 ORGANIZATIONS

8583 WEBSITES

"The way ahead is clear: halting all appropriations and end financing to the fossil fuel industry. Anything short of this would mean betraying once again the millions that have gone on strike for the climate this week. To fossil administrators and people with great influence, we state: 'How could you!' You knew, you lied and we will make you pay for the crisis you have created.”

Related societies

USA: Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Europe : Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society (FAPPS),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Wind Energy Association, Society for Environment and Education (SEE), International Renewable Energy Agency, society for Environment and Education (SEE), California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), World Council for Renewable Energy.

Asia: Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Society for Environment and Education (SEE), Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi).

Track 3: Climatic Oscillations

Climatology is not only about human impact, looking and predicting the effects of the climatic changes on Earth and the solar system. Climatology is a long term trend and large scale processes which we are directing our efforts in knowing why the climate looks the way it does, what anomalies and variations can potentially change the clmate.

Some of the natural trends are EL NIÑO AND LA NIÑA Oscillation which occurs once in seven years. After few months the later oscillation always follows the former oscillation which are quite predictable but due to increasing effects of climate change oscillations may be pushed a little later Known as ENSO, which are opposite effects of the same process defined as an OSCILLATION (shift in magnitudes between the temperature of the atmosphere and the ocean).Geographically an oscillation approximates to the area between International dateline and 120 degrees west. EL NIÑO oscillation arrives between June and December, which occurs with the depletion and replacement of PACIFIC TRADE WINDS .The water becomes warmer as the warm air creates this oscillation. Whereas LA NIÑA Oscillation occurs in reversed situation in which the trade winds are stronger than normal, diverting warm water westward across pacific. Leaving the water in the west warmer than average and east of the ocean is colder than normal.

Related societies

USA: Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Europe : Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society (FAPPS),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Wind Energy Association, Society for Environment and Education (SEE), International Renewable Energy Agency, society for Environment and Education (SEE), California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), World Council for Renewable Energy.

Asia: Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Society for Environment and Education (SEE), Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi).

Track 4: Climatological Effects on Landscapes

Climatology brings changes all over the globe, Climatology will be down to climatologists to observe these changes as they happen and continue to publish data for decision-makers to respond. We are already seeing these effects, most notably in the developing world for people who do not have the resources of the first world and live in so-called marginal landscapes. Climatology is at the forefront of looking at these changes and comparing data from different years, decades and even centuries. Some lands are sensitive to changes in the water cycle and impact on aquatic resources most critically - not just for drinking water, but also for crops . Without water, people in the most affected lands cannot feed themselves. Climatology also mean the difference between whether an area receives rain or snow, and the longer-range and long-term effects including flooding when seasonal temperatures are too high. Climatology has the potential for long-term effects.

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USA: Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Europe : Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society (FAPPS),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Wind Energy Association, Society for Environment and Education (SEE), International Renewable Energy Agency, society for Environment and Education (SEE), California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), World Council for Renewable Energy.

Asia: Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Society for Environment and Education (SEE), Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi).

Track 5: Climatic Effects of Urbanism

Urbanism can't be halted, either in the developed nor the developing world, but the spread of urbanism in the landscape creates far greater energy consumption than rural land. Homes need heating and lighting, but so do public buildings, street lighting, shopping malls and industry, commerce and residential zones use far greater energy levels per square foot. Without the resource consumption, the spread of urban development causes intense ecological change. But life adapts, and many life forms have thrived in urban centers. Plenty of evidence exists now to suggest that urban centers create microclimates. Urban heat islands create big warm areas of air that affect regional and global climate when large enough. This is why urban centers will be a key battleground in mitigating the effects of climate change and why climatologists are so interested in studying their effects over time.

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USA: Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Europe : Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society (FAPPS),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Wind Energy Association, Society for Environment and Education (SEE), International Renewable Energy Agency, society for Environment and Education (SEE), California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), World Council for Renewable Energy.

Asia: Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Society for Environment and Education (SEE), Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi).

Track 6: Climate and Agriculture

Atmosphere interruptions to agriculture have been expanding and are anticipated to turn out to be progressively extreme over this century; Expanding Impacts on Agriculture, Climate unsettling influences to agricultural age have extended in the past 40 years and are anticipated to increment throughout the following 25 years. By mid-century and past, these effects will be progressively negative on most yields and domesticated animals; Extraordinary Precipitation and Soil Erosion, Ebb and Stream mishap and debasement of basic agricultural soil and water resources because of expanding boundaries in precipitation will keep on testing both rain fed and flooded agriculture except if creative preservation techniques are actualized; Warmth and Drought Damage , The rising rate of climate limits will have progressively negative effects on harvest and domesticated animals efficiency in light of the fact that basic edges are as of now being surpassed; Pace of Adaptation ,Agribusiness has had the option to adjust to ongoing changes in atmosphere; in any case, expanded development will be expected to guarantee the pace of adjustment of farming and the related financial framework can keep pace with environmental change throughout the following 25 years; Nourishment Security, Environmental change impacts on horticulture will have ramifications for nourishment security, both in the U.S. furthermore, universally, through changes in harvest yields and nourishment costs and consequences for nourishment handling, stockpiling, transportation, and retailing. Adjustment measures can help delay and decrease a portion of these effects.

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USA: Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Europe : Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society (FAPPS),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Wind Energy Association, Society for Environment and Education (SEE), International Renewable Energy Agency, society for Environment and Education (SEE), California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), World Council for Renewable Energy.

 

Asia: Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Society for Environment and Education (SEE), Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi).

Track 7: Intensity of Climate and Weather Extremes

Extreme weather and climate events are becoming more frequent, more severe and more widespread as a consequence of climate change. Faced with unprecedented changes animals and plants are scrambling to catch up with mixed results. Such rare events can be tricky for evolution as it is difficult to adapt to hazards that are almost never encountered. Through computer simulations certain traits and experiences emerged as key indicators of vulnerability extremes simply never happen. Specifically, Species that breed a single time in their lifetime tend to evolve conservative behaviors or morphologies, as if they were expecting to experience an environmental extreme every time. In contrast, species in which a single individual can reproduce multiple times and in different contexts (say, a bird that nests several times in a season and in different trees) Evolution benefits behaving as if environmental extremes simply never happen.

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USA: Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Europe : Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society (FAPPS),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Wind Energy Association, Society for Environment and Education (SEE), International Renewable Energy Agency, society for Environment and Education (SEE), California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), World Council for Renewable Energy.

Asia: Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Society for Environment and Education (SEE), Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi).

Track 8: Effects of  Climate and Weather events on Mental Health

Individuals whose homes are harmed by tempests or flooding are essentially bound to encounter psychological well-being issues, for example, melancholy and uneasiness, as indicated by new research. Taking different variables known to build the danger of poor emotional wellness into record , for example, social disservice, obligation and poor physical wellbeing - the specialists found that individuals who had encountered tempest and flood harm to their homes were about half bound to encounter less fortunate psychological wellness. Various studies demonstrate that introduction to extraordinary or even moderate weather and climate events may bring about 'mental setbacks' with noteworthy effects on mental health. This is intelligent of the immense effect tempests and flooding have on individuals' lives as nearby the physical harm to homes and organizations, there is the enthusiastic harm to the suspicion that all is well and good that numerous individuals get from their home. With outrageous weather events on the ascent because of environmental change, environmental vulnerabilities and health approaches should be united substantially more intently. This implies perceiving that flood assurance strategies are additionally health security approaches and that better shielding network from floods is likewise an interest in ensuring their mental health.

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USA: Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Europe : Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society (FAPPS),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Wind Energy Association, Society for Environment and Education (SEE), International Renewable Energy Agency, society for Environment and Education (SEE), California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), World Council for Renewable Energy.

Asia: Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Society for Environment and Education (SEE), Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi).

Track 9: Madden-Julian Climatic Oscillation

The biggest Impacts of the oscillations are felt in the Pacific area in short and immediate term. None of the climate systems exists in isolation and climate systems create knock-on effects elsewhere.

Madden-Julian Climatic Oscillation:-Not as well-known as ENSO (El Niño-Southern Oscillation), the Madden-Julian Climatic Oscillation (MJO), it functions differently. While ENSO (El Niño-Southern Oscillation) is static, occurring in one place due to the causes that create those conditions, Madden-Julian Climatic Oscillation (MJO) moves across a geographical area - eastwards along the tropics, bringing higher levels of cloud, increased precipitation and therefore the risk of rainfall. Madden-Julian Climatic Oscillation returns to its starting position anything between one and two months after Madden-Julian Climatic Oscillation has began. Madden-Julian Climatic Oscillation can be tracked and was only identified in the 1970s. There may be multiple events in a single place since it moves. Madden-Julian Climatic Oscillation also experiences variable creating conditions ahead, during, and behind it. With each event, there is an increased rainfall event and a suppressed rainfall event. Madden-Julian Climatic Oscillation is important as tropical weather events are predictable once Madden-Julian Climatic Oscillation (MJO) starts moving, which means preparing for extreme weather conditions in tropical areas. Madden-Julian Climatic Oscillation  can have a much longer range effects as far away as northern US, Canada and Northern Europe which is why the weather services in the northern hemisphere are increasingly interested in incorporating Madden-Julian Climatic Oscillation effects into their prediction services.

Related societies

USA: Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Europe : Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society (FAPPS),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Wind Energy Association, Society for Environment and Education (SEE), International Renewable Energy Agency, society for Environment and Education (SEE), California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), World Council for Renewable Energy.

Asia: Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Society for Environment and Education (SEE), Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi).

Track 10: Emission of gases in the Industrial Age

The emissions from industries affects climate that embody heat-trapping gases like carbonic acid gas (CO2), and laughing gas, methane, particles like black carbon .Carbon di oxide (CO2) and different gases have a warming influence, sulfates have associate degree overall cooling influence. Additionally to human-induced world temperature change, native climate can even be suffering from different human factors (such as crop irrigation) and natural variability. Carbon dioxide (CO2) has started build up within the atmosphere as shortly because the starting of the commercial era within the mid-1700s. Carbon di oxide chemical compound (CO2) is discharged because of burning coal, oil, and gas, and secondarily because of clearing of forests (Deforestation). Atmospherically levels have exaggerated by regarding four-hundredth relative to pre-industrial levels.

Methane levels within the atmosphere have exaggerated because of human activities together with agriculture (with eutherian manufacturing alkane series in their organic process tracts and rice farming manufacturing it via microorganism that board the flooded fields); mining coal, extraction and transport of fossil fuel, and different fossil fuel-related activities; and waste disposal together with sewerage and mouldering garbage in landfills. Since pre-industrial times, alkane series levels have exaggerated by 250%.Other heat-trapping gases created by human activities embody laughing gas, halocarbons, and ozone. Laughing gas levels square measure increasing, primarily as a result of fertilizer use and fuel burning. The concentration of laughing gas has exaggerated by regarding two hundredth relative to pre-industrial times.

Related societies

USA: Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Europe : Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society (FAPPS),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Wind Energy Association, Society for Environment and Education (SEE), International Renewable Energy Agency, society for Environment and Education (SEE), California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), World Council for Renewable Energy.

Asia: Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Society for Environment and Education (SEE), Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi).

Track 11: Environmental pollution

Environmental Pollution is one amongst the foremost major problems endeavor human beings and alternative life frames on our planet nowadays. Environmental Pollution may be characterized as any unsafe substance that's been brought into the world by means of air, water, soil and so on. These hurtful substances that reason contamination are named as Pollutants. as a result of immoderate increment within the poisons, typical ecological procedures area unit antagonistically been influenced. Contingent upon the concept of contaminations and succeeding contamination of natural components, the contamination may be classified as air pollution, water pollution, Soil/Land Pollution, sound pollution, radioactive Pollution, and thermal pollution. Among these types of contamination, air contamination is that the primary kind undermining nature, people, plants, creatures, and each living being.

Related societies

USA: Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Europe : Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society (FAPPS),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Wind Energy Association, Society for Environment and Education (SEE), International Renewable Energy Agency, society for Environment and Education (SEE), California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), World Council for Renewable Energy.

 Asia: Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Society for Environment and Education (SEE), Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi).

Track 12: Environmental observance and Assessment

Environmental observance and Assessment discusses technical developments and information arising from environmental observance and assessment, principles within the style of observance systems, the use of observance information in assessing the consequences of natural resources management and pollution risks.

 

Pollution Analysis will offer a very important aid within the alternative of the strategy to regulate the amount of some unsafe components. The challenges in identifying dirtying sources from trial information are connected not exclusively to the reception of appropriate and orderly estimating technique, yet in addition to a right administration of the accessible data. From the theoretical purpose of read, the employment of simplified models, as well as classical regularization techniques, shows that, in general, the matter is badly exhibit and consequently, numerically ill-conditioned. Hence the likelihood of victimization of professional system algorithms, introducing more qualitative data, improves the responsibleness of the solutions. The problem is first solved using traditional procedures, showing that the distributed sources are not recognized. Afterwards, different results obtained from various algorithms derived from the assumed prior knowledge are examined. In this case, it's possible to get a realistic state of affairs of the pollution sources, within the boundaries of the controlled zone.

Related societies

USA: Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Europe : Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society (FAPPS),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Wind Energy Association, Society for Environment and Education (SEE), International Renewable Energy Agency, society for Environment and Education (SEE), California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), World Council for Renewable Energy.

 Asia: Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Society for Environment and Education (SEE), Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi).

Track 13: Melting of Ice Shelves

Warm water circulation is assaultive the undersides of ice shelves at their most vulnerable points. Ice shelves float out on the ocean at the perimeters of land-based ice sheets, and regarding three-quarters of the continent is encircled by these extensions of the ice sheet. The shelves are hemmed in by canyon-like walls and bumps within the Davy Jones’s locker. Once restrained by these bedrock obstructions, ice shelves curtail the flow of ice from the inside of the continent toward the ocean. However if an shelf ice retreats or falls apart, ice onto land flows way more quickly into the ocean, increasing rates of lowland rise. The scientist’s new work focuses on 2 factors conspiring to weaken ice shelves. First, flowing ice usually stretches and cracks on its edges or "shear margins," particularly once it's flowing quickly. As those craggy options flow toward the ocean and become a part of floating ice shelves, they are susceptible to erosion from below, by warm plumes of ocean water. Heat and water is a lot of buoyant than cold and salty water, therefore it's a bent to "find" high spots in floating ice, typically forming a kind of "upside-down river" which will grow miles wide and tens of miles long.In the past, researchers did not grasp that warm plumes were therefore common at a lower place ice-shelf margins.

 A team of scientists used satellite representational process to point out that, at the ends of shear margins on several of Antarctica’s fastest-changing glaciers, warm water rises to the surface, melting ocean ice and forming areas of open water referred to as "polynyas." the study found these polynyas forming year when year within the same spots, which implies that warm water is so channelizing below thin , weak ice-shelf shear margins. The most recent report explains exactly how lamentable the effects of climate disturbance will be on our oceans except if fossil fuels remain in the ground. Hundreds of millions of people displaced by rising sea levels, fish stocks decimated and dead zones in the ocean expanding.

Related societies

USA: Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Europe : Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society (FAPPS),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Wind Energy Association, Society for Environment and Education (SEE), International Renewable Energy Agency, society for Environment and Education (SEE), California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), World Council for Renewable Energy.

Asia: Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Society for Environment and Education (SEE), Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi).

Track 14 : Waste Management and Recycling

Biological Waste Treatment and Biomass, Treatment of the biomass and biological waste involves varied techniques. it's either reborn to different helpful resources or energy or disposed;

Chemical Waste Management, The chemical laboratory employees produce waste that needs to be handled consistent with the directions. The chemical wastes ar collected one by one and treated consequently. a number of the chemicals ar recycled whereas others ar disposed;

E-waste, Electronic waste (e-waste) is that the discarded electrical or electronic devices. Physics that are destined for selling, reuse, and salvage, utilization or disposal are thought-about as e-waste. The necessity for e-waste management has been increasing from the past decade;

Fly Ash, ash is that the fine particles that ar resultant of coal combustion and different waste materials that ar driven out of the boiler with the flue gases. The fine particles that ar deposited at very cheap is termed bottom ash;

Nuclear waste, the waste remained when the utilization of nuclear chemicals within the reactors. Nuclear wastes embrace assemblies of ceramic pellets, metal rods that ar same as fuel loaded ab initio. They reacquire special techniques for his or her management and disposal.

Recyclable Waste, utilization is that the methodology wont to convert the waste materials into merchandise which may be reused. The common waste materials that have the potential to be reused will be recycled as raw materials, will scale back energy consumption, scale back pollution, scale back more pollution of water and landfills; reducing the necessity for waste disposal;

Science and Technology in Waste Treatment, All the methods and advanced techniques use in assortment, treatment, recycling, and disposal of waste ar mentioned below this category;

Solid Waste Management, Solid waste management is that the assortment, treatment and disposal of solid materials that ar discarded by purpose or not helpful. Improper disposal of solid waste lead to unhealthful conditions that result in pollution and unfold varied infections and diseases;

Special Waste, Special wastes are medical waste, pollution management waste or industrial wastes that on presentation to living parts cause unsafe impacts. Additionally termed as venturous waste;

Waste Management, Waste management is that the assortment, removal, process and disposal of waste (waste of humans and organisms as well as industrial waste);

Waste Resources Management, The waste resource management includes a hierarchical processes that lead to varied stages associated with waste when its assortment. It includes avoiding waste, reducing waste, reusing (recycling) waste, convalescent waste, waste treatment and waste disposal;

Waste Water, sewer water is that the adversely affected quality of water by evolution influence. It will begin from a mixture of residential, mechanical, industrial or farming activities, surface runoff or storm water, and from sewer flow or infiltration;

Zero Waste, Zero waste could be a strategy of planning a resource in order that it will be reused.

Related societies

USA: Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Europe : Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society (FAPPS),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Wind Energy Association, Society for Environment and Education (SEE), International Renewable Energy Agency, society for Environment and Education (SEE), California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), World Council for Renewable Energy.

 Asia: Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Society for Environment and Education (SEE), Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi).

Track 15Ecosystems and Bio-diversity

Ecosystems and the advantages they give to society are being influenced by climate change. The limit of ecosystems to cradle the effects of extraordinary occasions like flames, floods, and extreme tempests is being overwhelmed. Climate change influences the living scene, including individuals, through changes in ecosystems, biodiversity, and ecosystem administrations. Ecosystems involve all the living things in a specific territory just as the non-living things with which they connect, for example, air, soil, water, and daylight. Biodiversity alludes to the assortment of life, including the quantity of species, living things, hereditary sorts, and living spaces and biomes (which are trademark groupings of plant and creature species found in a specific climate). Biodiversity and ecosystems produce a rich cluster of advantages that individuals rely upon, including fisheries, drinking water, ripe soils for developing yields, climate guideline, motivation, and stylish and social qualities. These advantages are classified "ecosystem administrations" – some of which, similar to nourishment, are more effectively measured than others, for example, climate guideline or social qualities. Changes in numerous such administrations are regularly not evident to the individuals who rely upon them.

Climate change impacts on biodiversity are as of now being seen in adjustment of the planning of basic organic occasions, for example, spring bud burst, and generous range movements of numerous species. In the more drawn out term, there is an expanded danger of species elimination. These changes have social, social, and financial impacts. Occasions, for example, dry spells, floods, out of control fires, and irritation episodes related with climate change (for instance, bark creepy crawlies in the West) are as of now upsetting ecosystems. These changes limit the limit of ecosystems, for example, woods, boundary sea shores, and wetlands, to keep on assuming significant jobs in diminishing the effects of extraordinary occasions on foundation, human networks, and other esteemed assets.

Related societies

USA: Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Europe : Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society (FAPPS),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Wind Energy Association, Society for Environment and Education (SEE), International Renewable Energy Agency, society for Environment and Education (SEE), California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), World Council for Renewable Energy.

Asia: Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Society for Environment and Education (SEE), Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi).

Track 16Global Warming

Global warming is the long haul ascends in the normal temperature of the Earth's climate framework. It is a significant part of current climate change, and has been exhibited by direct temperature estimations and by estimations of different impacts of the warming. Global warming is anticipated to have various consequences for the seas. Progressing impacts incorporate rising ocean levels because of warm extension and softening of icy masses and ice sheets, and warming of the sea surface, prompting expanded temperature stratification. The greenhouse impact is the procedure by which radiation from a planet's environment warms the planet's surface to a temperature above what it would be without this climate. Radioactively dynamic gases (i.e., greenhouse gases) in a planet's environment transmit vitality every which way.

Related societies

USA: Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Florida Solar Energy Centre, Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Europe : Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society (FAPPS),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR),Danish Organization for Renewable Energy, European Renewable Energy Council, Green Power Forum, INFORSE-Europe, International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, World Council for Renewable Energy, European Wind Energy Association, Renewable, EKOenergy, Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA), American Wind Energy Association, Society for Environment and Education (SEE), International Renewable Energy Agency, society for Environment and Education (SEE), California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), World Council for Renewable Energy.

Asia: Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Society for Environment and Education (SEE), Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology, IRENA – The International Renewable Energy Agency (Abu-Dhabi).

 

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Keytopics

  • Advanced Biofuels
  • Air Temperatures Over Oceans Are Increasing.
  • Arctic Ses Ice Is Decreasing
  • Bio- Electrochemical Treatment Systems
  • Biodiesel And Biofuels
  • Biodiversity
  • Bioenergy And Biofuels
  • Biomass And Bioenergy
  • Biomass Energy Production
  • Bioremediation
  • Carbon Capture And Sequestration
  • Carbon Cycle
  • Carbon Di Oxide (CO2)
  • Carbon Farming
  • Causes Of Climate Change
  • Changes In Storms
  • Chemical Evolution
  • Chemical Evolution -- One-pot Wonder
  • Chemical Waste Recycling
  • Climate Action
  • Climate And Energy Policy
  • Climate Change
  • Climate Change & Biodiversity
  • Climate Change & Climatology
  • Climate Change & Health
  • Climate Change And Climatology
  • Climate Change And Climatology
  • Climate Change And Coastal Stressors
  • Climate Change And Health
  • Climate Change And Migration
  • Climate Change Challenges
  • Climate Change Economics
  • Climate Change Evidences
  • Climate Change Law & Policy
  • Climate Change Solutions
  • Climate Change: Biodiversity Scenarios
  • Climate Change: Marine Life
  • Climate Hazards
  • Climate Impact
  • Climate Refugees
  • Climate Risk
  • Climate Sensitivity
  • Climate Support
  • Climate Variability
  • Climate Vulnuribility
  • CO2 Capture And Sequestration
  • CO2 Responsible Climate Change
  • COP AND UNFCCC
  • Domestic Waste Management
  • E-waste Recycling
  • Earth Science And Climate Change Policies
  • Earths Atmosphere
  • Earth’s Lower Atmosphere Temperature Is Increasing.
  • Ecology And Ecosystems
  • Ecosystems And Ecology
  • Effective Adaptation
  • Effects Of Climate Change
  • Emissions
  • Endangered Species And Forestry
  • Energy Policy
  • Environment
  • Environmental Chemistry & Engineering
  • Environmental Compliance
  • Environmental Geology
  • Environmental Health And Safety
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Environmental Pollution
  • Environmental Protection
  • Environmental Safety And Risk Assessment
  • Environmental Sustainability
  • Environmental Sustainability And Development
  • Environmental Toxicology
  • Epidemiology And Biostatistics
  • Eruptions
  • Evidence Of Climate Changes
  • Extreme Weather
  • Food And Catering Waste Recycling
  • Food Insecurity & Climate Change
  • Fossil Fuels
  • Future Climate Change
  • Geophysics And Geo-technics
  • Geosciences
  • Glaciers Are Melting
  • Global Average Temperature
  • Global Warming
  • Global Warming And Consequences
  • Global Warming And Natural Disasters
  • Global Warming Effects & Causes
  • Global Warming Effects And Causes
  • Global Warming Vs Climate Change
  • Green And Renewable Energy
  • Green Chemistry
  • Green Economy
  • Green Initiatives, Products And Climate Change
  • Green Nanotechnology
  • Green Technology
  • Greenhouse Gas
  • Greenhouse Gases
  • Hazardous Waste Management
  • Health Economics And Public Policies
  • Heavy Downpours Increasing
  • Human Impact On The Environment
  • Humidity Is Increasing
  • Hydrologic Models
  • Improved Forest Protection And Monitoring
  • INDC(Intended Nationally Determined Contribution)
  • Industrial Waste Recycling
  • Investments To Address Climate Change 
  • IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change)
  • Lengthening Frost-free Season
  • Manifestation Of Climatic Change
  • Melting Ice
  • Natural Hazards & Disaster Management
  • Natural Hazards And Disaster Management
  • Ocean Acidification
  • Ocean And Climate Change
  • Ocean Heat Content Is Increasing.
  • Ocean Warming
  • Oceanography And Marine Biology
  • Oceans & Climate Change
  • Oceans And Climate Change
  • Paper Recycling
  • Planet's Environment And Ecology
  • Plastic Waste Recycling
  • Pollution
  • Pollution & Its Effects On Climate
  • Pollution Analysis
  • Pollution And Climate Change
  • Pollution Control
  • Pollution Ecology & Toxicology
  • Pollution Solutions
  • Pollution Sources & Effects
  • PPM Parts Per Million
  • Recent U.S. Temperature Trends
  • Recycling & Waste Management
  • Recycling And Waste Management
  • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle And Recovery
  • Remote Sensing And Satellite Technology
  • Reneuable Energy
  • Renewable Energy To Mitigate Climate Change
  • Renewable Resources
  • Risk Assessment
  • Risks Of Climate Change
  • Rubber Recycling
  • SEA Level Are Rising
  • Sea Level Rise
  • Sea Surface Temperatures Are Rising
  • Sea-level Rise
  • Sharing Data For Improved Forest Protection And Monitoring
  • Simple Changes In Intensity Of Weather
  • Snow Is Decreasing
  • Solid Waste Management
  • Solutions For Climate Change
  • Space Monitoring Of Climate Variables
  • Successful Ocean-Monitoring
  • Sustainability & Climate Change
  • Sustainability And Climate Change
  • The Atmosphere: Getting A Handle On Carbon Dioxide
  • Threaten Global Starvation
  • U.S. Precipitation Change
  • Vital Signs Of The Planet
  • Waste And Biomass Valorization
  • Waste Recycling And Management
  • Waste To Energy
  • Weather Vs Climate