International Convention on

Global warming and Climate Change

Singapore   MARCH 21, 22 - 2018

Global Warming Meet 2018

Singapore MARCH 21, 22 - 2018

Theme: Connect and Convince to Reduce Global warming impacts

Meetings International PTE LTD proudly invites contributors all across the globe to its International Convention on Global warming and Climate Change during March 21-22, 2018 in Singapore which includes prompt keynote presentations, oral talks, poster presentations and exhibitions.

Global Warming Meet 2018 is based on the theme:  “Connect and Convince to Reduce Global Warming Impacts’’ and the conference mainly focuses on the Global warming and Climate change, its effects. Study of Climate change is important in today’s world if we want to leave this planet for our future generations. We have to really understand the challenges and together we have to make a pledge for a sustainable environment.

This two-day Global Warming Meet 2018 will address key issues concerning Global Warming & Climate change. Sorted out around day by day subjects, the Conference concentrates on moving from current issues to future solutions.

Why to attend???

This is your best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the Climatology and Environmental Science community. It provides a premier technical forum for reporting and learning about the latest research and innovations, as well as for launching new applications and technologies and the effectiveness of various regulatory programs towards Global Warming  and Climate Change.

This event will focus on variety of advanced research topics including Carbon Sequestration, Climate Change and Global Warming Evidences, Greenhouse Gases, Pollution and Climate Change, Climate Hazards, GIS and Remote Sensing, Climate Change & Health, Ecology and Ecosystems, Renewable Energy, Bioenergy, Climate Solutions.

Climate Change Conferences includes invited plenary lectures, symposia, workshops, invited sessions and oral and poster sessions of unsolicited contributions.

Join us for two intensive and interesting days of discussing contemporary challenges and new advancements in Environmental and climatic pattern research. We invite you to contribute and help to shape the event through submissions of your research abstracts, papers and e-posters. Also, high quality research contributions describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all areas of Climate Change and Global Warming research are cordially invited for presentation at the conference.

Target Audience:

1)      Climatologist

2)      Ecologists

3)      Pollution control management

4)      Oceanographer

5)      Meteorologist

6)      Marine biologist

7)      Business entrepreneurs

8)      Chemical engineers

9)      Environmental engineers

10)  Waste management association

 

Global Warming

Global warming is also named as Climate Change or Temperature change. Global Warming could be a Change within the organization of weather patterns. Global Warming occurs when carbon dioxide and other air pollutants such as Green House gases are trapped in the atmosphere. They absorb sunlight and Solar Radiation. Effects of worldwide Global warming are Melting glaciers, rising ocean levels, skin allergies, respiratory illness and communicable disease and disruption of habitats. Coal-burning power plants are the most important polluters of the world.

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Paleoclimate Evidences

Paleoclimatology is that the study of Climatic Change taken on the complete history of weather patterns of Earth. Paleoclimatology obtains knowledge from form of ways and preserved at intervals things like rocks, sediments, ice sheets, tree rings, corals, shells, and microfossils. It then uses the records to work out the past states of the Earth's varied climate regions and its region system. The temperature record shows the fluctuations of the temperature within the atmosphere region and the oceans. Past climate may be reconstructed employing a combination of various styles of proxy records. These records will then be integrated with observations of Earth's changeable climate and placed into a model to infer past in addition as to predict future climate. Only pale data can define the envelope of natural climate variability.

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Pollution Sources

Pollution is an introduction of contaminants into the atmosphere that cause hurt or discomfort to humans or alternative living organisms or that damage the atmosphere. It is in the shape of chemical substances or energy like noise, heat or light. Pollutants are often chemical substances or energies, but are considered as contaminants once in more than natural levels.  Pollution is non-recoverable matter resources and waste heat. Any use of natural resources at a rate more than nature's capability to revive itself may end up in pollution of air, water, and land. Pollution is habitat contamination. Most Air pollutants originate from human-made sources that include automobile sources and stationary sources like factories, power plants and indoor sources like building materials and cleansing. Poisonous air pollutants include benzene, perchloroethlyene and chloride.

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Natural Hazards

A natural hazard is natural phenomenon that may have a negative result on individuals or the Environment. Global Warming and Climate change will increase or decrease weather hazards, and directly endangers property because of rise in temperature and biological organisms due to the destruction of surrounding. A rise in temperature could lead on to a lot of frequent heat waves, higher rates of evaporation and precipitation that may definitely increase the strength and frequency of tropical cyclones. With increasing world surface temperatures the chance of Droughts and increased intensity of storms may occur. Rising ocean levels expose higher locations not typically subjected to the ability of the ocean and to the erosive forces of waves and currents. The most natural hazards caused because of warming and temperature change are Drought, Hailstorm, Cyclonic Storm, Tornado, Floods, Heat wave, Hurricanes, etc.

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Ocean and Climate Change

Sea level rise is a rise in the volume of water in the world’s oceans, leading to an increase in world Sea level. Sea level rise is typically attributed to Global Climate change by thermal expansion of the water within the oceans and by melting of Ice sheets and glaciers ashore. Water level rise at specific locations is also additional to native factors like land subsidence from natural processes and withdrawal of groundwater and fossil fuels, changes in regional ocean currents. Sea surface temperature has been systematically higher throughout the past three decades. Sea level rise is primarily measured by tide stations and satellite laser altimeters. Sea level rise is caused primarily by two factors associated with Global warming, the thermal expansion of ocean water and from melting ice sheets and glaciers because it warms. Global Warming affects weather patterns as they pertain to cyclones.

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Renewable Energy

Renewable energy is one of the most effective tools we have in the fight against climate change. Wind and solar energy are considered to be the Future of Renewable energy. Renewable energy comes from sources that can be regenerated or naturally replenished. The main sources of renewable energies are Water, Solar, Biomass (Biofuel and Bio power), Geothermal .Renewable technologies can increasingly save customers money as they displace emissions from fossil fuels. It’s becoming competitive with fossil fuels and is already cheaper than continuing to operate old, inefficient and dirty fossil fuel-fired or nuclear power plants. Renewable energy is used for electric power generation, space heating and cooling, and transportation fuels.  All sources of renewable energy are used to generate electric power.  Electric vehicles can help nations meet their emission-reduction target.

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Energy and Environment Policies

Climate change is the single greatest threat facing our planet. Global climate change is real, it is caused mainly by emissions released from burning fossil fuels and it poses a catastrophic threat to the long-term longevity of our planet. Politics of global warming results from numerous cofactors arising from the global economy's interdependence on carbon dioxide emitting hydrocarbon energy sources and because carbon dioxide is directly implicated in global warming. Carbon dioxide emitting fossil fuels continue to be abundant and their prices are consequently low accounting in 2010 for over 80% of the world's energy needs. Transitioning toward a completely nuclear free clean energy system for electricity, heating, and transportation is not only possible and affordable it will create millions of good jobs, clean up our air and water, and decrease our dependence on foreign oil.

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Climate Change and Public Health

Global Warming and climate change can have direct impacts on our health and can cause injuries or loss of life. They can also indirectly impact health, for example, water contamination after intense rainfall, cardio-respiratory problems from smog, and increased risks from food-borne and vector-borne diseases during hot weather. Climate change can impact health in the following ways Infectious Diseases, Extreme Weather Events, Higher Temperatures, and Air Quality. Climate change puts women at risk of disease during pregnancy, malnutrition, poor mental health, lack of reproductive control and even death. Exposure to toxic environmental agents during pregnancy can also lead to increased risks of birth defects and childhood cancer. Climate change can harm the water supply, increase vector-borne disease and increase extreme weather events. Climate change is already having a noticeable impact on the environment and global health.

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Carbon Sequestration

Carbon sequestration is the process of carbon capture which leads to the long term storage of Atmospheric Carbon dioxide. This storage of carbon dioxide is mainly released by burning of fossil fuels, which leads to Greenhouse effect. Carbon dioxide is a very effective greenhouse gas that absorbs infrared radiation emitted from Earth’s surface. As carbon dioxide concentrations rise in the atmosphere, more infrared radiation is retained, and the average temperature of Earth’s lower atmosphere rises. Atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide can be lowered either by reducing emissions or by taking carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and storing in terrestrial, oceanic, or freshwater aquatic ecosystems. Land degradation, does not only reduce crop yields but often reduces the carbon content of agro-ecosystems, and may reduce biodiversity.

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Recycling and waste Management

The recycling and waste management of solid waste can help address global climate change. The prevention and recycling of waste reduces greenhouse gases associated with these activities by reducing methane emissions, saving energy, and increasing forest carbon sequestration. The life cycle of a waste product directly and indirectly contributes to the emission of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere and affects the global climate. Both carbon dioxide and methane are greenhouse gases, which contribute to global warming and climate change. Manufactured goods use natural resources such as water, fuel, metal, and timber in their production and these results in the emission of greenhouse gases, particularly carbon dioxide and other pollutants. Waste prevention and recycling of paper products allow more trees to remain standing in the forest, where they can continue to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

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Ecology and Environment

The definition of an Ecosystem may be a useful unit that results from interactions of abiotic, biotic, and anthropogenic elements as a unitary whole. Ecosystems vary in size, they'll be either little or giant. Basically, any living and non-living things interacting along are often thought as Ecosystem. Within an Ecosystem, there area unit habitats that fluctuate in size. Natural ecosystems are unit created from abiotic factors like air, water, rocks, and energy and organic phenomenon factors like plants, animals, and microorganisms. Natural ecosystems are unit one among our most precious resources, important for sustaining life on the world. Global Climatic change means changes within the international which will alter the capability of the planet to sustain life. If heating continues to grow, rain patterns, storms, and cycles of flood and drought can occur inflicting fast changes within the vary and distribution of plants worldwide.

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Carbon Cycle

The carbon cycle is that the biogeochemical cycle by that carbon is exchanged among the biosphere, exosphere, geosphere, layer, and atmosphere of the world. The carbon cycle is extremely necessary to all or any ecosystems, and ultimately life on earth. The carbon cycle is vital to the Food Chain. Carbon is that the main part of biological compounds also as a serious part of the many minerals likes rock. Within the atmosphere, carbon is connected to some element in an exceedingly gas known as carbon dioxide. Carbon is gift within the air as Carbon dioxide, and contributes to the "Greenhouse Effect" and warming. Greenhouse gases in our atmosphere act nearly sort of a blanket between the world and frigid house. At lower levels, greenhouse gases lure some heat in our atmosphere whereas rental different heat radiate out into house. However, because the layer of greenhouse gases around our planet grows thicker additional heat is cornered in our atmosphere, less radiates away and therefore the earth slowly heats up.

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GIS and Remote Sensing

Climate change is major problem in recent years and it is a geographic problem. We can solve it by providing geospatial solution. Remote Sensing plays a key role in monitoring the various manifestations of global climate change. It is used routinely in the assessment and mapping of biodiversity over large areas, in the monitoring of changes to the physical environment, in assessing threats to various components of natural  systems, and in the identification of priority areas for conservation. Satellite remote sensing has provided major advances in understanding the climate system and its changes. Satellite data provides an independent way to investigate global temperature trends, particularly at the ocean surface and in the atmosphere. The sea surface temperatures (SSTs) of the oceans which are directly related to heat transfer between the atmosphere and oceans serve as important indicators of the state of the climate system. This valuable technology is important for identification of current and future risks and vulnerabilities of climate change. Many environmental analysts use this technology for understanding the climatic complex issues.

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Climate refugees

Climate Refugees or Environmental migrants are people who are forced to leave their home region because of the effects of climate change and global warming. They choose to flee or migrate to another country, or they may migrate internally within their own country. Climate change is caused by natural events, such as volcanic eruptions, as well as human activities. Global warming is the most recent period of climate change. Human activities like burning fossil fuels and cutting down forests contribute to global warming because they release greenhouse gases. Greenhouse gases trap heat in the atmosphere. Rising temperatures associated with global warming cause glaciers and ice caps to melt. Rising temperatures also lead to droughts and desertification the transformation of arable land to desert. Sadly, they are not protected by laws also. They face greater political risks than refugees who flee their homes due to conflict or political oppression. They may be sent back to their devastated homeland or forced into a refugee camp. Most of them are Internal Migrants. Climate refugees must adjust to different laws, languages, and cultures. Educational and health care systems must adjust to a sudden, new population.

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Climate Solutions

We, the citizens of our nation and of our Earth, are endowed with certain rights, powers, and obligations, which demand we act both individually, and collectively to protect and preserve the ongoing evolution of life on Earth, including our future generations. There is no way to stop Climate Change, but Climate change and Global warming can be reduced in some terms. There are few orders to be followed so as to cut back the global climate change and that they are cut back carbon emissions, purchase recycled merchandise, amendment up to renewable sources of energy, Energy economical, Emergency and sustainably protects, preserve, and advance the continued evolution of humanity and life on Earth. Preventing climate change in the future is down to the actions and opinions of future generations meaning now is the time to start educating our children about climate change and its effects. If we tend to all act along and acquire those in power concerned (such as governments) then our actions can become ever simpler. even though you're not best placed to require action yourself. Use your cash with wisdom to assist dedicated activists to create a true distinction within the world. Take time to encourage public officers to initiate policies and programs that promote clean atmosphere.

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About The Conference

Meetings Internationals gladly welcomes patrons over the globe to International Convention on Global warming and Climate Change 2018 on March 21-22, 2018 at Singapore, which incorporates Prompt keynote introductions, Oral Talks, Poster Presentations, and Exhibitions. We are happy to state that the International Convention on Global warming and Climate Change 2018 will be held in beautiful Singapore City. We are delighted to welcome you all to the convention.

The organizing committee aims at setting a platform for all the budding scientists and researchers to present their real-time work and share their views and aspects related to the theme of the conference. The organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. 

Summary:

Due to combustion of fossil fuels, the concentration of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere has been increasing alarmingly. All these gases have been present in the atmosphere to keep this planet warm for the existence of human life. Since last few decades and mostly due to industrial revolution, the presence of these gases in the atmosphere has accumulated steadily resulting in enhanced greenhouse effect.

As a result, world’s average surface temperature has increased by around 0.6 degrees Celsius over last 100 years. The changing climate patterns have already made significant impact on our planet. Melting of polar ice caps, change in rainfall patterns, increase in frequency of hurricanes, storms are few of the adverse effects of climate change. Scientists predicted that due to ongoing activities contributing to global warming, the average global temperature could increase between 1.4 and 6 degrees Celsius in the 21st century.

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Scope and Importance

For countries like the UK, France and Germany, climate change became a foreign-policy priority, especially in the run-up to Copenhagen and before the economic crisis of 2008 was in full swing. Spain is a climate-vulnerable country, located in a climate-change hotspot, with key economic sectors that can be significantly affected by a changing climate. It has strong ties with Latin America, one of the most active areas in terms of renewable energy development (Bloomberg News Energy Finance, 2013), and it has expertise and technology that can effectively contribute to the expansion of renewable energy markets. Despite Spain’s (self)-interest in successful globally-orchestrated mitigation, it has traditionally been considered a passive laggard as regards its climate-related foreign policy. This has been the case until at least 2004, when Spain took a more active role (Costa, 2006).

The Spanish Climate Change and Clean Energy Strategy (EECCEL) horizon 2007-2012-2020 is part of the Spanish Sustainable Development Strategy (EEDS). The EECCEL includes different measures that contribute to sustainable development within the scope of climate change and clean energy.

This Strategy is based on the reference framework of the “Spanish Strategy for the fulfillment of the objectives under the Kyoto Protocol”, and it takes into account the measures and Programs adopted by the Autonomous Communities. The government has adopted a Plan of Urgent Measures (PMU), which together with the 2008-2012 Energy Saving and Efficiency Action Plan aims to consolidate the trend change of GHG emissions in Spain initiated in 2006.

Target Audience

Target Audience for Climate Change 2017 will be personnel from both industrial and academic fields which include; Directors/Managers, Head of Departmental, Presidents/Vice Presidents, CEO, Research Scholars and students from the related fields.

Target Fields

  • Environmental Sciences
  • Atmospheric Science
  • Global Warming
  • Geosciences
  • Geology
  • Meteorology
  • Volcanology
  • Companies related to geosciences
  • Mining
  • Remote Sensing
  • Scientists & Professors in the field of geosciences

Major Geosciences Associations around the Globe

  • AASP - The Palynological Society
  • American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
  • American Geophysical Union (AGU)
  • American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG)
  • American Quaternary Association (AMQUA)
  • American Rock Mechanics Association (ARMA)
  • Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO)
  • American Water Resources Association (AWRA)
  • Association Geological Argentina (AGA)
  • Association for Women Geoscientists (AWG)

Market Analysis on the Global Warming and Climate Change Research

A separate budget of US$ 40 million has been allotted for climate change research since 1990. According to World Food Program (WPF.org), by 2015, the number of people affected by climate change disasters could reach 375 million per year. Above 600000 deaths occur worldwide every year due to climate change. 95% of these deaths take place in developing countries. According to a recent report by Oxfam, climate change could push food prices by 50-60 percent more by 2030. In 2010, the world produced nearly 34 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide from fossil-fuel burning, cement production, and gas flaring. Fifty-eight developed and developing countries have set carbon reduction pledges for 2020; however, it’s projected that those pledges will still result in the planet becoming 3℃. In less than 30 years, the polar bear playground in the Arctic may no longer have any ice. Researchers have been using computer models to simulate climate change, specifically to analyze how global warming could impact sea ice. According to a new study published in Geophysical Research Letters, if greenhouse gasses continue to get pumped into the atmosphere at the current rate, the majority of the Arctic basin will be ice-free in September by 2040.

The National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF), an agency that provides information to decision-makers on how best to manage the risks of climate change and sea level rise had the federal budget funding in 2017.The NCCARF received a $50 million in 2008 to coordinate Australia’s national research effort into climate adaptation measures. That was reduced in 2014 to just under a $9 million. For 2017-18, a mere a $600,000 will be spread between CSIRO and NCCARF to support existing online platforms only. From 2018, funding is axed entirely.Future energy infrastructure investment decisions, expected to exceed US$20 trillion between 2005 and 2030, will have long-term impacts on GHG emissions, because of the long lifetimes of energy plants and other infrastructure capital stock. The widespread diffusion of low-carbon technologies may take many decades, even if early investments in these technologies are made attractive.

Finally, there's NASA. The agency would see a small cut of about 1 percent, leaving $19.1 billion in the bank. However, this a precise slash -- it cuts $102 million from the Earth science budget and eliminates four programs designed to help scientists better understand climate change. One of these programs, PACE, monitor’s ways the oceans and atmosphere respond to climate change, while another, OCO-3, and measures the distribution of carbon dioxide on the planet. Plus, NASA's Office of Education is dismantled for a savings of $115 million. . We will also continue to use every opportunity to support the next generation through engagement in our missions and the many ways that our work encourages the public to discover more.Singapore has become the first country in Southeast Asia to impose a carbon tax on major emitters, as part of its commitment to the Paris Agreement. Targeted at major emitters, this tax will range from S$10 (US$7) – S$20 (US$14) per ton of carbon dioxide equivalent emission (CO2e).

 

 

 

  • Global Warming
  • Paleoclimate Evidences
  • Pollution Sources
  • Natural Hazards
  • Ocean and Climate Change
  • Renewable Energy
  • Energy and Environment Policies
  • Climate Change and Public Health
  • Carbon Sequestration
  • Recycling and waste Management
  • Ecology and Environment
  • Carbon Cycle
  • GIS and Remote Sensing
  • Climate refugees
  • Climate Solutions

1 Organizing Committee Members