3rd World Congress on

Climate Change

Theme: Mitigating the adverse effects of climate change and global warming

Event Date & Time

Event Location

Prague, Czech Republic

18 years of lifescience communication

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Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

Tracks & Key Topics

Climate Change 2019

About Conference

Theme: Mitigating the adverse effects of climate change and global warming

Climate Change 2019 is hosted by EuroSciCon and it is focuses on the major issues of global warming and its effect on the climate. This is of great concern in future as we are facing lots of risks on survival in the earth. It is essential to take necessary action at the earliest else it would lead to irreversible changes to the environment we live in. So we invite Researchers, Climatologist, Environmentalists, Academicians, Industrialists and Social Activists to give a better solution to reverse the damage caused. The conference will be a platform to present your ways and ideas to lessen the adverse effects of Climate change and to bring back the glory of nature. The conference is scheduled on February 27-28, 2019 in Prague, Czech Republic. We invite students and social activists to showcase your ideas as a project, display it in the expo and make your ideas reach the public.

What’s New

Climate Change 2019 includes international attendee exhibitions, workshops, lectures and symposia including a designated registration area, a refreshment break and gala lunch. Environmentalists and Climatologist can join the EuroSciCon as an international member to receive discounts on registration. So come and join leading experts and allied professionals from February 27-28, 2019 in Prague, Czech Republic to keep up with the rapidly accelerating pace of climate change that is already having an impact on the environment.

 

 

About Prague

Situated in the northwest of the country on the Vltava River, Prague is the capital and the largest city of the Czech Republic. This magical city of bridges, cathedrals, gold-tipped towers and church spires is also the fourteenth largest city in the European Union. The city is home to about 1.3 million people, but its larger urban zone has approximately a population of nearly 2 million. Since the Middle Ages Prague has cherished the reputation of one of the most beautiful cities in the world as well as the political, cultural, and economic center of central Europe.

 

The city was founded during the Romanesque era and flourished during the Gothic and Renaissance periods, it was also the seat of two Holy Roman Emperors and therefore the capital of the Holy Roman Empire. Later Prague became an important city to the Habsburg Monarchy and its Austro-Hungarian Empire, after World War I it became the capital of Czechoslovakia. In 1993, after the split of Czechoslovakia, Prague became the capital city of the new Czech Republic. The surface area of Prague is 496 square kilometres and has a total population of 1 226 697 people recorded in 2011.

 

The major river is the Vltava River, which runs through the city at 31 km with the maximum width being 330 m. There is also a great number of islands on the Vltava River, such as the charming Kampa Island, the Slav Island in the vicinity of the National Theater, or Children Island. These islands serve not only as a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city center, but are also often the site of many cultural events. There are 22 administrative areas and 112 cadastral territories in the city of Prague.

 

Session and Tracks

Track 1: Climatology

Climatology is imperative since it explains the future climatic expectations. Using scope, one can decide the probability of snow and hail achieving the surface. You can likewise have the capacity to distinguish the warm vitality from the sun that is open to a locale. Climatology is the logical investigation of atmospheres, which is characterized as the mean climate conditions over some undefined time frame. A branch of concentrate inside climatic sciences, it likewise considers the factors and midpoints of here and now and long haul climate conditions. Climatology is not quite the same as meteorology and can be isolated into various regions of study. Different ways to deal with this field can be taken, including paleoclimatology, which centers on the atmosphere through the span of the Earth's presence by analyzing records of tree rings, shakes and silt, and ice centers. Chronicled climatology centers basically around atmosphere changes all through history and the impacts of the atmosphere on individuals and occasions after some time.

Track 2: Global warming effects and causes

Levels of greenhouse gases (GHGs) have gone up and down over the Earth's history, yet they have been genuinely steady for as long as couple of thousand years. Worldwide normal temperatures have also remained constant up to this point. Through the consuming of fossil fuels and other GHG discharges, people are improving the greenhouse impact and warming Earth. Researchers frequently utilize the expression "climatic change" rather than a dangerous atmospheric deviation. This is on the grounds that as the Earth's normal temperature ascensions, winds and ocean streams move warm the world over in ways that can cool a few regions, warm others, and change the measure of rain and snow falling. Accordingly, the atmosphere changes contrastingly in various regions.

Track 3: Ecology and ecosystems

The biosphere has been greatly altered by the demands of human societies. Ecosystem ecology plays an important role in understanding and adapting to the most pressing current environmental problems. Restoration ecology and ecosystem management are closely associated with ecosystem ecology. Restoring highly degraded resources depends on integration of functional mechanisms of ecosystems. Ecosystem ecology provides the basic science needed to avoid degradation and to restore ecosystem processes that provide for basic human needs.

Track 4: Climate Prediction

Climate prediction is like numerical weather prediction, yet the estimates are for longer periods. Uncommon numerical models are utilized to modify follow atmospheric gases (carbon dioxide and methane, for instance), ocean ice and icy mass cover, changes in approaching sun based radiation, and a large group of different parameters. A numerical portrayal of the atmosphere framework deals in light of the physical, synthetic and organic properties of its parts, their connections and criticism procedures, and representing all or a portion of its known properties. The atmosphere framework can be spoken to by models of shifting multifaceted nature, that is, for any one segment or blend of parts a range or chain of importance of models can be recognized, varying in such angles as the quantity of spatial measurements, the degree to which physical, synthetic or organic procedures are expressly spoken to, or the level at which exact parameterizations are included.

Track 5: Climate Hazards

Because of Climate Change, frequencies of outrageous climate occasions, for example, floods, heat waves and drought are relied upon to increase in future. Climatic risks are operators of calamity regarding what they may do to human settlements or to nature. Possibly dangerous air wonders incorporate tropical twisters, electrical storms, tornadoes, dry season, rain, hail, snow, lightning, mist, wind, temperature extremes, air contamination, and climatic change. Recognizable proof of dangerous occasions isn't generally simple, albeit certain criteria are normally present. They incorporate property harm; financial loss, for example, loss of income or an end underway; significant interruption of social administrations, including communication disappointments; over the top strain on basic administrations.

Track 6: Urbanization and flooding

The changes in land use related with urban advancement influence flooding from various perspectives. Evacuating vegetation and soil, evaluating the land surface, and developing waste systems increment overflow to streams from precipitation and snowmelt. Accordingly, the pinnacle release, volume, and recurrence of floods increase in adjacent streams. Changes to stream channels amid urban improvement can restrain their ability to pass on floodwaters. Streets and structures built in surge inclined regions are presented to expanded surge perils, including immersion and disintegration, as new improvement proceeds. Data about stream and how it is influenced via arrive utilize can enable groups to lessen their present and future defenselessness to floods.

Track 7: Indications of climate change

The Earth's atmosphere is evolving. Temperatures are rising, snow and precipitation designs are moving, and more outrageous atmosphere occasions – like substantial rainstorms and record high temperatures – are now happening. A considerable lot of these watched changes are connected to the rising levels of carbon dioxide and other ozone harming substances in our climate, caused by human exercises. Atmosphere researchers are 95 percent sure that the ozone depleting substance discharges from human exercises are making the environmental change. From 1901-2012, temperatures have risen 1.6°F. While this temperature change is the most normally referred to environmental change pointer, there are various others that additionally indicate what environmental change resembles. They run from rising oceans to liquefying icy masses and ice sheets to evolving ecosystem.

Track 8: CO2 as a major cause

Environmental change is principally an issue of an excessive amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the air. This carbon over-burden is caused primarily when we consume petroleum derivatives like coal, oil and gas or chop down and consume timberlands. There are numerous warmth catching gases (from methane to water vapor), yet CO2 puts us at the most serious danger of irreversible changes in the event that it keeps on aggregating unabated in the air. People have expanded climatic CO2 fixation by in excess of a third since the Industrial Revolution started. This is the most imperative driving of environmental change. It retains less warmth per particle than the ozone depleting substances methane or nitrous oxide, yet it's more copious and it remains in the environment any longer. And keeping in mind that carbon dioxide is less plentiful and less capable than water vapor on a particle for each atom premise, it ingests wavelengths of warm vitality that water vapor does not, which implies it adds to the nursery impact remarkably.

Track 9: Climate change – Challenges

Research on future scenarios predict climate change will have a dramatic effect on natural environments, plants and animals, leading to acceleration in biodiversity loss in some areas. The impacts will have knock-on effects for many communities and sectors that depend on natural resources, including agriculture, fisheries, energy, tourism and water. It may aggravate erosion, decline in organic matter, salinization, soil biodiversity loss, landslides, desertification and flooding. The effect of climate change on soil carbon storage can be related to changing atmospheric CO2 concentrations, increased temperatures and changing precipitation patterns. It also affects the biodiversity.

Track 10: Ocean & Climate change

The oceans cover seventy five percent of the Earth's surfaces and it is a fundamental part in the worldwide atmosphere framework, producing oxygen and engrossing carbon dioxide from the environment. Changes to the atmosphere, achieved by expanding levels of ozone depleting substances in the climate, will accordingly prompt changes in the seas, including ocean level ascent and sea fermentation, which will put marine biological systems and beach front groups in danger. The seas are encountering significant worry from environmental change. Universally, the ocean level has ascended by 20 centimeters since the beginning of the twentieth century, due for the most part to warm development of the seas and softening of icy masses and ice tops. A few districts are encountering significantly more noteworthy ocean level ascent. General warming patterns, gigantic scenes of coral dying, fermentation and the ocean level ascent are influencing eco­systems in all areas, debilitating fisheries, natural pecking orders and the seas' capacity to go about as proficient carbon sinks.

Track 11: Pollution and its effects

Air pollution and climate change are firmly related. The fundamental sources of CO2 emissions – the extraction and copying of petroleum derivatives – are key drivers of environmental change, as well as significant wellsprings of air poisons. Moreover, numerous air toxins that are hurtful to human wellbeing and biological systems likewise add to environmental change by influencing the measure of approaching daylight that is reflected or consumed by the air, with a few poisons warming and others cooling the Earth. These short-lived climate-forcing pollutants (SLCPs) incorporate methane, dark carbon, ground-level ozone, and sulfate pressurized canned products. They affect the atmosphere; dark carbon and methane specifically are among the best supporters of a dangerous global warming after CO2.

Track 12: Space monitoring of climate variable

Climate change is related with earth radiation spending that relies on in-coming sunlight based radiation, surface albedo and radiative constraining by ozone depleting substances. Human exercises are adding to environmental change by causing changes in Earth's air (ozone depleting substances, pressurized canned products) and biosphere (deforestation, urbanization, water system). Long haul and exact estimations from adjusted worldwide perception heavenly body is a fundamental part in atmosphere framework demonstrating. Space based records of biosphere, cryosphere, hydrosphere and environment over three decades are giving imperative data on environmental change. Space perceptions are an essential wellspring of atmosphere factors due to multi scale synchronous perception (nearby, provincial, worldwide) capacity with transient return to tuned in to necessities of land, sea and climatic procedures. Essential climatic variables that can be measured from space include atmosphere (upper air temperature, water vapour, precipitation, clouds, aerosols & GHGs etc.), ocean (sea ice, sea level, salinity, ocean colour etc.) and land (snow, glacier, albedo, biomass, soil moisture etc.).

Track 13: Health and Climate changes

A changing climate impacts our health and prosperity. The significant public health associations of the world have said that environmental change is a basic health issue. Environmental change makes numerous current infections and conditions more awful, however it might likewise help bring new vermin and pathogens into new areas or groups. As the planet warms, seas extend and the ocean level ascents, surges and dry seasons turn out to be more regular and extraordinary, and warm waves and tropical storms turn out to be more serious. The most helpless individuals—kids, the elderly, poor people, and those with fundamental wellbeing conditions—are at expanded hazard for wellbeing impacts from environmental change. Environmental change additionally focuses on our human services foundation and conveyance frameworks. Steps can be taken to diminish environmental change and decrease its effects on our wellbeing and the strength of our future generations.

Track 14: Impacts & Risk Analysis

Climate change might be a factor prompting expanded dangers of food and waterborne diseases from utilization of existing and rising natural risks. It is advantageous to create coordinated ways to deal with assess, and give logical appraisals of potential environmental change adjustment measures to illuminate chance administration identified with atmosphere and climate occasions. Cities are facing increasing risks from flooding caused by extreme precipitation events, making housing, traffic, health, ecosystems and cultural and historical heritage vulnerable. Accordingly, planning adaptation measures has become a high priority for local government authorities and property owners in cities. However, the cost-effective planning of adaptation strategies is very complicated. The integrated assessment of climate events, associated flooding, damage costs and adaptation measures requires multidisciplinary work and close interaction between professionals and decision-makers. Damage cost assessments and adaptation planning also require context-specific data and modeling, which, taken together, can be very demanding in seeking to develop a basis for solid local decision-making.

Track 15: Risk management

Climate change risk management approaches generally fall into four broad categories: mitigation—efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions; adaptation—increasing society’s capacity to cope with changes in climate; geo engineering or climate engineering—additional, deliberate manipulation of the earth system that is intended to counteract at least some of the impacts of greenhouse gas emissions; and knowledge-based expansion—efforts to learn and understand more about the climate system, which can help support proactive risk management.

Track 16: Climatic change laws and policies

Climate legislation is legislation dealing with the laws and regulations of greenhouse gas emissions. Many different pieces of climate legislation have been introduced and are being considered by legislatures around the world. Laws and congressionally approved funding have led to new programs to reduce emissions and incentives to speed the deployment of clean energy. We must immediately adopt the many legal and technological tools available today to greatly reduce greenhouse pollution. But that's only one piece of the puzzle. Deeper changes to remove structures that favor extractive, polluting industries and other forms of inequality are also urgently needed.

Track 17: Climate Change Economics

The economics of climate change refers to the study of the economic costs and benefits of climate change, along with the economic impact of actions aimed at limiting its effects. Initially most economics research on climate change employed simple cost-benefit analyses framed by two key questions:  the potential costs of cutting greenhouse-gas emissions and if such reductions be achieved without sacrificing economic output. In other words: do the costs of climate change prevention outweigh its possible benefits, or vice-versa

Track 18: Solutions for Climate change

There is no specific solution for mitigating the effects of Climate change. Boosting energy efficiency, greening transportation, revving up renewables, phasing out fossil fuel electricity, managing forests and agriculture, exploring nuclear power, developing and deploying new low-carbon and zero-carbon technologies, ensuring sustainable development and adapting to changes already underway are all needed to bring down the emissions of these gases by at least 80 percent by mid-century.

Track 19: Green initiatives

The terms “go green” can be interpreted in many ways but overall, it means to create a cleaner and healthier environment not just for our generation but also for the generations to come. Protecting the planet in any way we can, will help to build a better future. The four most basic but important reasons to go green are reducing harmful pollution, conserving energy and resources, protecting the earth's ecological balance and reducing consumption and waste.

Track 20: Biodiversity and Species Protection

The numerous segments of environmental change are foreseen to influence every one of the levels of biodiversity, from living being to biome levels. They basically concern different qualities and types of wellness diminish, which are communicated at various levels, and have consequences for people, populaces, species, biological systems and environments. And no more essential levels of biodiversity, environmental change can diminish hereditary assorted variety of populaces because of directional choice and quick relocation, which could thusly influence biological system working and strength.

Track 21: Nuclear safety and Radiological protection

The safe and ecologically stable administration of lighted fuel components from atomic power plants, of radioactive buildups exuding from atomic power, the decommissioning of atomic offices, industry, pharmaceutical and research is a crucial essential for the utilization of radioactive material. Radiation can be hurtful to people and to the earth. In this way, constrain values are set to keep away from any irrefutable harm. Though past directions just secured man-made radiation however the new Radiation Protection additionally incorporates raised levels of radiation from common sources.

Track 22: Renewable energy as an alternative

Energy use is evolving quick. The move to sustainable sources, in any case, needs to happen quicker, not simply in control age but rather in warming, structures and transport, to check the ascent in worldwide temperatures. Renewables could supply four-fifths of the world's power by 2050, hugely slicing carbon discharges and moderating environmental change. In any case, sun oriented and wind control must be completely incorporated, with economical bioenergy giving another key piece of the blend. This implies accelerating advancement in business and innovation. Above everything, it implies making a move to advance sustainable power source today.

Track 23: Future aspects of Climate Change

Global climate is anticipated to keep on changing over this century and past. The size of environmental change past the following couple of decades depends basically on the measure of warmth catching gases discharged internationally, and how delicate the Earth's atmosphere is to those emanations. A specific measure of kept warming of the planet is anticipated to happen because of human-incited outflows to date; another 0.5°F increment would be normal throughout the following couple of decades regardless of whether all emanations from human exercises abruptly ceased, albeit common changeability could in any case assume an essential part finished this day and age. In any case, decisions made now and in the following couple of decades will decide the measure of extra future warming. Past mid-century, bring down levels of warmth catching gases in situations with decreased discharges will prompt detectably less future warming. Higher emanations levels will bring about all the more warming, and consequently more serious effects on human culture and the common world.

Track 24: Conservation of resources

Management of the human utilization of characteristic assets to give the greatest advantage to current ages while keeping up ability to address the issues of who and what is to come. Preservation incorporates both the security and sane utilization of regular assets. Various advances are being taken to enhance asset protection in oversaw biological systems. Impressive logical research has been embraced to better comprehend the characteristic changeability and profitability of monetarily critical assets. Numerous national and nearby governments have sanctioned controls for asset administration rehearses on open and private grounds. In some of areas, programs as of late have been set up either to include nearby groups who have a more noteworthy impetus to oversee for long haul generation all the more specifically in asset administration choices or to come back to them asset possession rights. Endeavors are under approach to oversee assets on a local or biological system scale utilizing strategies that have come to be known as environment management or bioregional management.

Track 25: Waste management and disposal systems

Waste management or Waste disposal is every one of the exercises and activities required to oversee squander from its initiation to its last transfer. This incorporates in addition to other things, accumulation, transport, treatment and transfer of waste together with checking and direction. It likewise includes the lawful and administrative system that identifies with squander administration enveloping direction on reusing and so on. The education for waste management and pollution is very critical to the perseverance of global health and security of humankind.

Track 26: Rejuvenation of the environment

It is the scientific study supporting the practice of ecological restoration, which is the practice of renewing and restoring degraded, damaged, or destroyed ecosystems and habitats in the environment by active human intervention and action. There is consensus in the scientific community that the current environmental degradation and destruction of many of the Earth's biota is considerable and is taking place on a "catastrophically short timescale. The two ways to reverse this trend of habitat loss are conservation of currently viable habitat and restoration of degraded habitats.

 

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Waste Management Project Officer | Resourcing & Quality Manager  | Energy & Sustainability Manager | Facilities Management | Customer Service Officer | Entry Level Sales - Recycling Advisor | Sustainability Trainee Recruitment Consultant | Energy Specialist | Commercial Analyst – Energy | Cleaning technology | Communication Manager | Policy Researchers | Photovoltaic Specialist | Manager| Corporate Advisory | Markets Transformation | Senior Ecologist | Principal Ecologist | Field Instructor | Senior Aquatic Ecologist | Technical Advisor | Wildlife Trafficking | Pacific Ocean Policy Advisor | Project Officer | Marine Plastics & Coastal Communities project | Turbine Loads | Operability Engineer | Terrestrial Ecologist | Photovoltaic Specialist | Land and Wastewater Engineer | Senior Aquatic Ecologist | Wind Turbine Tech | Experienced Solar Service Technician | Renewable Energy Campaigner | Population and Sustainability Program | Wind Technician | Energy Storage Origination and Development 

Climate Change and Global Warming Societies in Africa

Kenya Forestry Research Institute | Cape nature | Eastern Cape Parks  | Ezemvelo Kzn Wildlife   | Kenya Marine And Fisheries Research Institute | Kano State Environmental Planning And Protection Agency | Kenya Meteorological Department | Cape Town Ecology Group | Dolphin Action & Protection Group | The Earth Organization  | Earth life Africa   | Endangered Wildlife Trust   | Ethekwini Eco peace  | Groundwork | Natural Justice: Lawyers For Communities And The Environment | Wildlife & Environment Society | Energy Portal Energy Regulatory Commission | State Department Of Agriculture, Ministry Of Agriculture, Livestock And Fisheries | State Department Of Fisheries | Water Resources Management Authority  | Water Sector, Ministry Of Environment, Water And Natural Resources  | Afforestation Agricultural Livestock Improvement And Soil Conservation Programme (Faliascop) | Africa Fight Against Desert Encroachment (Fade) | Africa Network For Animal Welfare | Africa clean Network  | African Biodiversity Institute (Abi) | African Biodiversity Network (Abn) | African Center For Technology Studies (Acts) | African Council For Communication Education (Acce) | African Council Of Religious Leaders (Acrl-Rfp) | African Foundation (Farmapu-Inter & Cecotrap-Rcogl) | African Population And Health Research Center (Aphrc) | African Urban Management Institute | African Wildlife Foundation | Agency For Co-Operation And Research In Development | All Africa Council Of Churches | Appui Pour La Valorisation Et La Promotion Des Initiatives Privées  | Arab Office Of Youth And Environment (Aoye) | Association Pour L'integration Et Le Developement Durable Au Burundi (Aidb) | Association Des Femmes Africaines Integres Pour La Recherche Et Le Developpement | Association Pour La Recherche Sur Le Climate Et L’ environment (Arce) | Carbone Guinée | Catholic Youth Network For Environmental Sustainability In Africa (Cynesa) | Centre De Recherches Et D’education Pour Le Développement (Crepd) | Centre For Environment Justice And Development | Centre For Human Rights And Climate Change Research | Climate Network Africa | Cohort For Research On Environment, Urban Management And Human Settlement | Day Hospital Institute For Development And Rehabilitation Development Indian Ocean Network | Earth care Africa | Eastern Africa Environmental Network | Ecological Restorations | Energy, Environment and Development Network for Africa (AFREPEN/FWD) | Environment Liaison Center International (ELCI) | Federation of Environmental and Ecological) | International Center for Environmental, Social and Policy Studies (ICESPS) | International Center for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF) | International Centre for Environmental Education and Community Development (ICENECDEV) | International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) | International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) | Labour, Health and Human Rights Development Centre | Les Amis de La Terre - Tog | Light and Power Centre World Outreach | Mauritius Council for Development, Environmental Studies & Conservation (Maudesco) | Mohammed VI Foundation for Environmental Protection | ONG Agir en Faveur de l'Environnement (ONG AFE) | Outreach Social Care Project | Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) | Reproductive Health Uganda (RHU) | Reseau pour L’Environnment et le Development Durable en Afire | Réseau Femmes Africaine Pour Le Developpement Durable (REFADD) | Réseau Ouest-Africain Green Belt Movement | Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development | Uganda Environmental Education Foundation (UEEF) |Uganda Wildlife Society | United States International University (USIU-Africa) | Welfare Togo | Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA) | Women Environmental Programme

Climate Change and Global Warming Societies in Asia-Pacific

Greenpeace East Asia | Global Green Growth Institute | Rainforest Foundation Norway All China Environment Federation (ACEF) | Asia Indigenous Peoples’ Pact (AIPP) | Asian Environmental Society  | Association of Protection of Environment and Culture (APEC) | Center For Environmental Concerns-Philippines, INC. (CEC) | Center for Environment and Sustainable Development (CESDI) | Center for Science and Environment | Center for Science and Technology of the Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries | Clean Up the World | Community Initiatives for Development in Pakistan (CIDP) | Consumer Unity and Trust Society (CUTS) | Dalit Welfare Association (DWA) | Development Alternatives| Development Horizon Foundation (DHF) | Earth Council China/Oriental Environmental Institute | Ecumenical Coalition on Tourism - ECOT (Formerly Ecumenical Coalition on Third World Tourism - ECTWT) | Empower | Future Forest | Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA) | Global Environment Centre| Global Voices (GV) | IBON International Foundation | Independent Ecological Expertise| India Water Foundation | Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) | Institute for Sustainable Futures| International Association of Ports and Harbours (IAPH) | International Lake Environment Committee Foundation (ILEC)| International Society for Environmental Education | Island Sustainability Alliance CI | Japan Association for the United Nations Environment Programme | LEAD Pakistan | Institute of Development Studies | NGO Federation of Nepal (NFN) | National Youth Achievement Award (NYAA) | New World Hope Organisation (NWHO) | Nippon Marks | Rural Area Development Programme (RADP)|Rural Educational Development and Welfare Organization (REDWO) | Sadayanodai Ilaignar Narpani Mandran (SINAM) | Shakhes Pajooh International Engineering Research Institute of Natural Hazards | Society for Conservation and Protection of Environment (SCOPE) | Society of Entrepreneurs & Ecology (SEE) | South Asian Forum for Environment (SAFE) | Tebtebba Foundation Indigenous Peoples International Policy Research and Education | Terre Policy Centre | Thailand Environment Institute (TEI) | The Environmental and Social Development Organization | The National Forum for Environment and Health | The Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (PIFS) | Third World Network| Universal Versatile Society | Women & Child Welfare Society | Women Organizing for Change in Agriculture and Natural Resource Management (WOCAN) | World Muslim Congress (WMC) | World Toilet Organization | World Youth Foundation | Youth for Action

Climate Change and Global Warming Societies in Europe

International Forestry Students’ Association |International Humanitarian Public Foundation ZNANIE | International Hydropower Association | International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)/Earthscan | International Institute for Law and the Environment /Instituto Internacional de Derechoy Medio Ambiente (IIDMA)/(IILE) | International Law Association|International Organization of Employers | International POPs Elimination Network (IPEN) | International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation (IPIECA)|  International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) | International Public Organisation (Ecoproject Partnership) | International Public Relations Association | International Risk Governance Council, IRGC | International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)| International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) | Minority Rights Group International | Natural Environment Research Council - Centre for Ecology and Hydrology | Network of Regional Governments for Sustainable Development (nrg4SD) | Norges Miljovernforbund (Green Warriors of Norway | OceanCare | Office International de l’Eau | PanEco Foundation for Sustainable Development and Intercultural Exchange (PanEco Stiftung) | Pax Romana - The International Catholic Movement for Intellectual and Cultural Affairs | Peace Child International | Planet Earth Institute (PEI)|Plastic Soup Foundation | Practical Action | Regional Environmental Centre For Central Asia (CAREC) | Regional Environmental Centre for the Caucasus (REC)| Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21) | Renewable Energy and Environmental Conservation in Developing Countries | Russian Association of Indigenous Peoples of the North (RAIPON) | Russian National Committee for UNEP (UNEPCOM) | Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) | Society for International Development (SID) | Soroptimist International | Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future | Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP)| Stop Ivory | Surfrider Foundation Europe (SFE) | Sustain labour Foundation - International Labour Foundation for Sustainable Development | Labour, Health and Human Rights Development Centre | TRAFFIC International | Women for Water Partnership (WfWP)| World Animal Protection | World Association of Girl Guides and Girls Scouts (WAGGGS) |World Business Council for Sustainable Development | World Council of Churches (WCC) | World Farmers’ Organization (WFO) | World Federation of Engineering Organizations/Fédération Mondiale des Organisations d’Ingénieurs | World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA) | World Future Council (WFC)   | World Organization of the Scout Movement (World Scout Movement) | World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) | Youth and Environment Europe (YEE) | Youth for Development and Co-operation | Zoï Environment Network | Bellona Foundation 

Climate Change and Global Warming Societies in USA

Americas Business Council Foundation (abc* Foundation) | Atlantic States Legal Foundation (ASLF) | Baha'i International Community | Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University | Canadian Labour Congress | Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs (CCEIA) | Center for International Environment Law (CIEL) | Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) | Conservation International Foundation | Conservation and Management International (C&MI) | Coordinating Board of Jewish Organizations  | Defenders of Wildlife (DOW) | Earth Council Alliance (ECA) | Earth Council – Canada/Harmony Foundation of Canada| Earth Council – USA/Earth Council Foundation USA | Earth Day Network | Earth Island Institute |Earthaction | Earthcorps | Environment Action Association (EAA) | Environmental Defense | Environmental Health Fund (EHF) | Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) | Environmental Law Institute | Environmental Pulse Institute (EPI) | Global Dairy Platform Inc (GDP) | Global Footprint Network | Global Foundation for Democracy and Development (GFDD) | Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruptin (GOPAC) |HEIFER International | Heart International | Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development (IGSD) | International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) | International Council of Women | International Fund for Animal Welfare | International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) | International Law Institute | International Nuclear Societies Council (INSC) | International Pesticide and Control Task Force | International Plant Nutrition Institute | Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC) | Island Resources Foundation | MADRE|Mercury Policy Project/Tides Center | National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) | Natural Resources Defense Council | New Psalmist Baptist Church and Sankofa Community Development (NPBC) | Ocean Conservancy | Parliamentarians for Global Action (PGA)| Population Institute (PI)| Population Media Centre | Public Awareness Education Programs (PAEP)|Pure Earth formerly called Blacksmith Institute (BI) | Quaker Earthcare Witness (QEW) | RARE Inspiring Conservation |Rotary International | Servicios Ecumenicos para Reconciliacion y Reconstruccion | Sierra Club | Sustain US Inc.| Taking IT Global | Terre des Jeunes | The International Association of Lions Clubs | The International Council on Metals and the Environment | The Millennium Institute | The Nature Conservancy | The Northern Forum | The United Church of Canada | US Council for International Business (USCIB) | United Nations Association in Canada (UNA-Canada) |  University Corporation for Atmospheric Research | Water Environment Federation | Whale Center|Wildlife Direct | Women's Environment and Development Organization (WEDO)  | Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC) | World Animal Net (WAN) | World Environment Center (WEC) | World Federalist Movement | World Harmony Foundation | World Institute for a Sustainable Humanity – Hellas (AWISH Hellas) | World Population Society| (WPS) | World Resources Institute (WRI)  | World watch Institute  Asociación Civil Red Ambiental 

Climate Change and Global Warming Journals in USA

Earth and Planetary Science | Climate Dynamics | Journal of Geophysical Research | Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems | Geophysical Research | Earth Interactions | Earth and Planetary Science | Geophysical Journal International | Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences| Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology | Global and Planetary Change| Boundary Layer Meteorology | Advances in Atmospheric Sciences | Quaternary Science | Climate of the Past| The Holocene  | Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology |Radiocarbon |  Journal of Physical Oceanography | Journal of Marine Systems | Marine Chemistry | Marine Geology | Journal of Hydrology | Annals of Glaciology  | Exploration Geophysics | Earth Interactions | Storm Brews Over Global Warming | Climate Research: an article unleashed worldwide storms | Advances in Atmospheric Sciences | Agricultural and Forest Meteorology|Atmosphere | Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics | Atmospheric Research | Boundary-Layer Meteorology | Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society | Climate Dynamics  | Climate Research| Climatic Change | International Journal of Biometeorology | Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology | Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology | Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences| Journal of Climate | Journal of Geophysical Research: section D (Atmospheres)  | Journal of Hydrometeorology| Meteorological Monographs 

Climate Change and Global Warming Journals in Europe

Meteorologische Zeitschrift  | National Weather Digest | Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society | Tellus. Series A: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography | Tellus. Series B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology | Weather and Forecasting | Geochemistry | Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin |  Andean Geology | Atlantic Geology | Bulletin of Volcanology | Bulletin of the Seismological Society of Europe| Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences | Earth and Planetary Science Letters | Earth Surface Processes and Landforms | GeoArabia |  Geologica Acta  | Geological Society of Bulletin | Geology  | Geophysical Journal International | International Journal of Earth Sciences | International Journal of Speleology | Journal of African Earth Sciences | Journal of Geology Journal of Geophysical Research: sections B (Solid Earth), F (Earth Surface), G (Biogeosciences) | Journal of Sedimentary Research | Journal of Structural Geology | Journal of Earth Sciences   | Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research | Norwegian Journal of Geology | Precambrian Research | Revista de la Asociación Geológica Argentina | Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Geológicas | Scripta Geologica | Sedimentary Geology | Sedimentology | South African Journal of Geology | Astronomy & Geophysics | Geofísica Internacional  | Geophysical Journal International | Geophysical Research Letters | Geophysics  | Journal of Geophysical Research | Journal of Geophysics and Engineering| Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors | Reviews of Geophysics | Journal of Hydrology 

Climate Change and Global Warming Journals in Asia

Deep Sea Research | Journal of Geophysical Research: section C (Oceans) | Journal of Marine Systems | Journal of Physical Oceanography |  Ocean Science | Paleoceanography | Progress in Oceanography| Climate and weather statistics‎ | Climate change‎ | Climate change science‎ | Climate forcing‎ | Climate history‎ |  Climate institutions and programs‎ | Climate of Mars‎ | Climate patterns‎ | Climatology journals‎ | Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica | Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment | Annual Review of Environment and Resources | Arctic (journal)|Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research | Atmospheric Environment| Carbon Balance and Management | Climate Research (journal) | Global Environmental Change | Energy and Environmental Science | Environment International | Environmental Development| Environmental Modelling & Software | Environmental Pollution (journal) | Environmental Research | Environmental Research Letters | Environmental Science & Technology  | Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts | Environmental Sciences| Estuaries and Coasts | Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics  | Journal of Cleaner Production  | Journal of Education for Sustainable Development  | Journal of Environmental Biology | Journal of Environmental Quality | Journal of Environmental Radioactivity | Journal of Green Building  | Journal of Industrial Ecology | Journal of the IEST 

Climate Change and Global Warming Journals in Africa

Polar Science | Primate Conservation | Science of the Total Environment | Environment International | Environmental Health | Environmental Health and Preventive Medicine| Environmental Health Perspectives | Environmental Politics | Environmental Research | Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology | Journal of Environmental Science and Health | Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology | Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene | Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine | Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 

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