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Innovative research supporting effective responses to climate change
- Climate Congress 2017


Allied Academies invites all participants across the world to join the "5th Annual Congress on Climate Change" which is going to be held during August 24-25, 2017 at Birmingham, UK. Climate Congress-2017 is a trending event which brings together efficient international academic scientists, young researchers, and students making the congress a perfect platform to share experience, gain and evaluate emerging technologies in Climate change and global warming. Initiation of cross-border co-operations between scientists and institutions will be also facilitated. The Main theme of the Conference is “Innovative research Supporting effective responses to climate change”. This conference provides three days of great opportunity to discuss on recent approaches and advancements for development of new techniques in Climate Change.

Conference Highlights:

Climate Change and Climatology
Global Warming Effects and Causes
Evidence of Climate Changes
Climate Change Challenges
Climate Change and Health
Sustainability & Climate Change
Climate Hazards
Climate Change: Biodiversity Scenarios
Carbon Cycle
Adaptation of Climate Change
Pollution and its Effects on Climate
Change & Coastal Stressors
Oceans and Climate Change
Climate Change Law and Policy
CO2 Capture and Sequestration

Risks of Climate Change
Energy Policy
Climate Change and Migration

Welcome Message

Sessions/ Tracks

Allied Academies cordially invites all the participants across the globe from leading universities, Environmental research institutions and all interested to share their research experiences in the “5th Annual Congress on Climate Change” during August 24-25, 2017 at Birmingham, U.K with the theme of  “Innovative research supporting effective responses to climate change”.

Track 01: Climate Change and Climatology:

Climatology, the study of atmosphere and its connection to plant and creature life, is vital in numerous fields, including agribusiness, avionics, pharmaceutical, natural science, zoology, topography, and geology. Changes in atmosphere influence, for instance, the plant and creature life of a given region. The nearness of coal beds in North America and Europe alongside proof of glaciation in these same territories demonstrates that they probably experienced on the other hand hotter and colder atmospheres than they now have. In spite of yearly variances of climatic components, there has been, obviously, minimal general change amid the time of written history. Various climatic cycles have been guaranteed to exist, including a 11-year cycle identified with sunspot movement. There is as of now much worry that human exercises are changing the world's atmosphere in hurtful ways.

Track 02: Global Warming Effects and Causes: 

One of the greatest issues confronting us at this moment is global warming. Its consequences for creatures and on farming are in reality startling, and the impacts on the human populace are significantly scarier. The actualities about a worldwide temperature alteration are regularly discussed in legislative issues and the media, however, sadly, regardless of the possibility that we differ about the causes, an unnatural weather change impacts are genuine, worldwide, and quantifiable. The causes are mostly from us, mankind, and the impacts on us will be serious. Right around 100% of the watched temperature increment in the course of the most recent 50 years has been because of the expansion in the climate of Greenhouse gas fixations like water vapor, carbon dioxide (CO2), methane and ozone. Greenhouse gasses are those gasses that add to the Greenhouse impact. The biggest contributing wellspring of Greenhouse gas is the smoldering of fossil powers prompting the discharge of carbon dioxide.

Track 03: Evidence of Climate Changes:

Climate change is one of the characterizing issues of our time. It is presently more certain than any other time in recent memory, in view of numerous lines of confirmation, that people are changing Earth's atmosphere. The air and seas have warmed, joined via ocean level ascent, a solid decrease in Arctic Ocean ice, and other atmosphere related changes. Notwithstanding, because of the way of science, not each and every detail is ever completely settled or totally certain. Nor has each appropriate question yet been replied. Logical confirmation keeps on being assembled far and wide, and suspicions and discoveries about environmental change are constantly broke down and tried. A few ranges of dynamic level headed discussion and progressing research incorporate the connection between sea warm substance and the rate of warming, evaluations of how much warming to expect later on, and the associations between environmental change and extraordinary climate occasions. Satellite perceptions uncover that the measure of spring snow cover in the Northern Hemisphere has diminished in the course of recent decades and that the snow is softening prior.

Track 04: Climate Change and Health:

The effects of human-incited climate changes are expanding across the country. We have observed atmosphere related increments in our presentation to raised temperatures; more successive, serious, or longer-enduring outrageous occasions; corrupted air quality; diseases transmitted through food, water, and infection vectors and stresses to our mental health and well-being. All of these dangers are required to intensify with proceeded with climate change. The impacts of climate and atmosphere on human well being are critical and differed. Exposure to health hazards related to climate change affects different people and different communities to different degrees. Climate change can therefore affect human health in two principle routes: By changing the seriousness or recurrence of health issues that are as of now influenced by atmosphere or climate elements; and second, by making phenomenal or unforeseen health issues or health threats in spots where they have not previously occurred.

Track 05: Climate Change Challenges:

For as long as 150 years, the normal temperature of the Earth's air and seas has been rising, and the pace of this adjustment in our atmosphere seems, by all accounts, to be quickening. Researchers have come to trust that human exercises, particularly the blazing of fossil fills, (for example, coal, oil and gas) are a  reason for this pattern toward higher temperatures. Luckily, we have a long custom of tackling huge issues and meeting new difficulties. What's most required now is solid government activity to drastically cut the creation of Greenhouse gasses, back off a worldwide temperature alteration, and avoid as much as possible the damage it would otherwise do. Citizens can do things like: Recycle and utilize energy in the home and at work all the more productively, and urge others to do likewise.

Track 06: Sustainability & Climate Change:

Climate change is the most significant challenge to achieving sustainable development, and it threatens to drag a huge number of individuals into grinding poverty. Climate change is just a long-term issue. It is going on today, and it involves instabilities for policy makers attempting to shape the future. Sustainability is no longer just a fashionable word. It is an organized way to achieving a holistic and triple bottom line growth. Apart from risk identification and mitigation, as well as a significant improvement in the efficiency of processes and systems for optimization of resources, the other proven tangible and intangible benefits of sustainability include its positive impact on employees’ morale, an organization being recognized as an employer of choice, supplychains being motivated to adopt leading practices and consumers being educated on the importance of responsible behavior. After years of it being perceived as cost-centric, we are now finally realizing the true value-addition made by implementation of sustainability-related measures.

Track 07: Climate Hazards:

Climate and climate-related hazards such as floods, storms, and droughts have served as trigger events for more than 75% of the calamities that have happened globally over the previous decade. The global system interfaces climate change and improvement, chiefly inside the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. Climate hazards are currently connected with issues, for example, food security, migration, and national security. Proportionately, these disasters influence the least developed countries most intensely, proving to be especially harmful to poverty stricken populations. Later on, a changing climate is probably going to worsen these impacts and could make advancement unsustainable in numerous places. It is important to build up the limit of all nations to battle hazards with the goal that they don't get to be disasters.

Track 08: Climate Change: Biodiversity Scenarios: 

Biodiversity scenarios are a valuable tool to help policymakers foresee how widely varied vegetation will probably react to future natural conditions. The researchers say this unevenness makes situations less tenable, and make recommendations for growing more conceivable projections. Driven by human ways of life, biodiversity is in decline around the world. Recent extinction rates are 100 to 1 000 times their pre-human levels over an extensive variety of situations, bringing about natural policymakers extraordinary concern. Basic to averting further biodiversity misfortune are conceivable situations of future naturalconditions. A forward-looking approach is particularly important when it comes to biodiversity as the causes of its decline and the impact of those causes change over time. Moreover, the later action is taken, the more costly and time consuming it is for it to be effective, and the less likely it is to prevent damage. Here are a number of factors which result in biodiversity decline, including loss of habitat. Habitat destruction and degradation result from changes in the types of vegetation and infrastructure that are on the land cover and changes to the way humans manage the land use. These changes can occur for various reasons, including residential and commercial building, agriculture and energy production and building roads.

Track 09: Carbon Cycle:

The carbon cycle is the circulation and transformation of carbon back and forth between living things and the environment. Carbon is a component, something that can't be separated into a less difficult substance. Carbon mixes are available in living things like plants and creatures and in nonliving things like rocks and soil. Carbon mixes can exist as solids, (such as diamonds or coal) liquids, (for example, raw petroleum), or gasses, (for example, carbon dioxide). Carbon is frequently alluded to as the "building block of life" since living things depend on carbon and carbon compounds. Carbon is exchanged, or "cycled" among Earth's seas, environment, biological system, and geosphere. It is an imperative part of many chemical processes. It is available in the air fundamentally as carbon dioxide (CO2), additionally as different less inexhaustible yet climatically critical gasses, for example, methane (CH4).

Track 10: Pollution and its Effects on Climate: 

Climate change is the outcome of unchecked pollution. When carbon emissions caused by human activity enter the air they affect the earth, the economy, and our prosperity. However, generally as people cause it, we can stop its progress. The biggest wellspring of this pollution is the smoldering of fossil energizes, (for example, coal and oil) for vitality. Earth's climate has developed to hold adequate warmth from the sun to energize a sound, dynamic biological community, while protecting us from its harsher impacts. The introduction of huge amounts of abundance pollutants thickens this cover of defensive gasses, causing heat to remain trapped within, instead of innocuously getting away skywards. As the world warms, there are stream on impacts that can exacerbate the situation. For example, warmer water melts polar ice tops every late spring. We need to switch to clean, renewable sources of energy, and end our dependence on wasteful fossil fills and energy habits. Renewable energy is accessible. It is preferable for nature and useful for our economy

Track 11: Climate Change & Coastal Stressors: 

Climate change can influence coastal areas in a variety of ways. Coasts are sensitive to ocean level ascent, changes in the frequency and intensity of storms, increments in precipitation, and hotter sea temperatures. Furthermore, rising atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO2) are bringing about the oceans to retain a greater amount of the gas and turn out to be more acidic. This rising acidity can significantly affect seaside and marine biological communities. Shoreline disintegration, coastal flooding, and water contamination, is as of now a worry in numerous ranges. Tending to the extra stretch of climate change may require new ways to deal with overseeing land, water, waste, and biological communities. Developing populaces and advancement along the coasts increase the vulnerability of beach front biological systems to ocean level ascent. Advancement can obstruct the inland relocation of wetlands accordingly of ocean level ascent and change the measure of silt conveyed to coastal regions and quickens disintegration.

Track 12: Oceans and Climate Change:

The ocean and theatmosphere are so completely interwoven that transactions encompassing future climate change moderation and adjustment activities can't be finished without thought of both. The coupling of these two worldwide frameworks directs the world's atmosphere as well as gives all species, including people, a good situation, in which to develop and replicate. Pretty much as our changing atmosphere is affecting changes on the land, climate change is likewise having an impact underneath the influxes of the world's oceans and waterfront conduits. The oceans have warmed in the course of the most recent 50 years, with the largest warming being found in the upper several hundred meters. Ocean heat content decides ocean surface temperature, as well as influences ocean level and streams. Flooding is turning out to be more successive along the coastline as ocean level ascents. ocean has turned out to be more acidic in the course of recent decades in view of expanded levels of barometrical carbon dioxide, which dissolves in the water

Track 13:  Adaptation of Climate Change:

The shorter-term variations are more likely due to natural causes, and do not contradict our fundamental understanding that the long-term warming trend is primarily due to human-induced changes in the increased atmospheric levels of CO2 and other greenhouse gases. Emerging economy nations are actively seeking to identify the opportunities and related financial, technical, and policy requirements to move toward a low carbon growth path. Extreme Climate changes such as aridity, drought, flood, cyclone and stormy rainfall are expected to leave an impact on human society. They are expected to generate widespread response to adapt and mitigate the sufferings associated with these extreme Climate changes. A typical response to local aridity is the human migration to safer and productive areas.

 Track 14:  Climate Change Law and Policy:

Climate change is expected to have major consequences those affect the global environment. Climate change raises significant social,
and legal challenges. The governance system applying to climate change is very complex and multi-level. A central issue in international law and policy is how all the countries of the world should allocate the burden of addressing global climate change. Most of the countries around the world are taking important domestic actions to help tackle the issue of climate change.

Track 15:  CO2 Capture andSequestration:

Carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and sequestration (CCS) is a set of technologies that can greatly reduce CO2 emissions from new and existing coal- and gas-fired power plants and large industrial sources. Carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and sequestration (CCS) could play an important role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, while enabling low-carbon electricity generation from power plants. Carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and sequestration (CCS) can significantly reduce emissions from large stationary sources of CO2, which include coal- and natural-gas-fired power plants, as well as certain industry types such as ethanol and natural gas processing plants.

Track 16:  Risks of Climate Change:

Climate change is expected to hit developing countries the hardest. Its effects—higher temperatures, changes in precipitation patterns, rising sea levels, and more frequent weather-related disasters—pose risks for agriculture, food, and water supplies. At stake are recent gains in the fight against poverty, hunger and disease, and the lives and livelihoods of billions of people in developing countries. Addressing climate change requires unprecedented global cooperation across borders. Historical societal adaptations to climate fluctuations may provide insights on potential responses of modern societies to future climate change that has a bearing on water resources, food production and management of natural systems. The average air temperature will increase as the earth becomes hotter. This will cause shifts in normal weather and rainfall patterns. For example, some areas may become drier, while others may become wetter. The average temperature of the sea surface will increase, which may cause coral bleaching and changes in fish distribution. Sea level will rise in many locations due to a combination of the melting of land ice in Antarctica and other areas and the expansion of ocean waters as they warm. As the level of the sea rises, this may impact the coastline and increase the intensity of storm surges. Weatherpatterns including storms, drought, rainy seasons, and dry seasons will change in different ways in different places and may result in more extreme events.

Track 17:
  Energy Policy:

Activities that aim at raising awareness and improving access to scientific information on adaptation, so that decision-makers can better integrate climate change issues in development planning and poverty reduction measures. The activities include national science-policy dialogues, regional knowledge sharing strategies, and regional training. The science-policy dialogues are designed to address the need for better two-way interaction and communication at the science-policy interface on climate change issues, particularly on adaptation. Energy efficiency opportunities, which are of particular importance to cities, are buildings and district energy systems. To build a regulatory strategy, establish enabling legislation and regulatory standards, and set up enforcement mechanisms.

Track 18:  Climate Change and Migration:

The number of climatic migrants is expected to reach 200 million by 2050, according to reports from most experts (IPCC, IOM, Stern Report, etc.). These continuous changes will have serious consequences for different regions of the globe. People escape where livelihoods depend on the availability of critical resources for subsistence, and plus there is  unawareness of suitable strategy for managing and adaptation to drought, floods and other extreme events. However,  environmental factors should  jointly be regarded with economical and social factors in the model of migranting decision . The complex relation between migration, climate change and environmental degradation, under socio-economic development, governance and sustainability highlights, could be elucidated through social surveys, participant observation experiences and data correlation analysis in origin and transit countries of migration, with a special focus on who unevenly are suffering the climatic impacts for reason of gender or poverty. Understanding the root causes of migration can bring about greater international policy coherence and effectiveness in the field of migration management and relations with third countries which are origins of migration flow.

Market Analysis

Market Analysis:


Theme: Innovative research supporting effective responses to climate change.



Climate Congress 2017 is the platform to gain or share the knowledge in the new technological developments in the field of Environmental Science. 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 on-going activities contributing to global warming, the average global temperature could increase between 1.4 and 6 degrees Celsius in the 21st century.

We are honoured to invite you all to attend and register for the “5th Annual Congress on Climate Change”. 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. We invite you to join us at the Climate Congress 2017, where you will be sure to have a meaningful experience with scholars from around the world.

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Importance & Scope:

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 fulfilment of the objectives under the Kyoto Protocol”, and it takes into account the measures and Programmes 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.

Conference Highlights:

Climate Change and Climatology

Global Warming Effects and Causes

Evidence of Climate Changes

Climate Change Challenges

Climate Change and Health

Sustainability & Climate Change

Climate Hazards

Climate Change: Biodiversity Scenarios

Carbon Cycle

Adaptation of Climate Change

Pollution and its Effects on Climate

Climate Change & Coastal Stressors

Oceans and Climate Change

Climate Change Law and Policy

CO2 Capture and Sequestration

Risks of Climate Change

Energy Policy
Climate Change and Migration


Glance at a market of Climate Change industry:

The Climate Change Industry (updated for 2016) represents more than 8 years of research on the climate change industry. CCBJ's estimates put the climate change industry at $300 billion in the United States in 2013 and $1,405 billion worldwide. With detailed market quantification, annual growth, forecasts, trends and profiles of numerous companies in each segment, this unique report features an introduction and 13 sections devoted to specific segments: Solar Energy Industry, Wind Energy Industry, Bio-energy Industry, Geothermal, Wave & Tidal, Carbon Capture & Storage, Energy Efficiency & Demand Response, Energy Storage, The Green Building Industry, Transportation, Carbon Markets, Climate Change Adaptation, and Climate Change Consulting. Market size is projected to reach USD 5.7 Billion by 2020, at a CAGR of 7.8% during the forecast period. A material or combinations of two or more materials that can be used to prevent heat loss or heat gain to conserve the valuable energy are known as insulation materials. Depending on various applications, these materials can be manufactured in any size and shape. Insulation is the most cost-effective measure to combat climate change. Insulating materials have the ability to protect the environment from harmful greenhouse gases.



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 Climate Change and Global Warming.

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, Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Climate Policy and Entrepreneurs Investment Meet.

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

Join us for three intensive and interesting days of discussing contemporary challenges and new advancements in Environmental 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 research are cordially invited for presentation at the conference.

Top Universities in UK:

·         University of Cambridge   

·         University of Oxford           

·         Durham University             

·         London School of Economics and Political Science

·         University of Bristol            

·         University of St Andrews

·         University of Exeter

·         University College London               

·         University of Glasgow

·         Lancaster University

·         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)

·         Asociación Geológica Argentina (AGA)

·         Association for Women Geoscientists (AWG) around the Globe


Why Birmingham, UK?

Birmingham City Council, the University of Birmingham, and the Birmingham Environmental Partnership (BEP) are undertaking new research to understand the impacts of extreme weather and climate change on Birmingham’s diverse communities. This work is using the latest remote sensing and geographical information systems (GIS) techniques to develop a practical tool to allow departments across the council and the partnership to target services in the most at risk areas and allow communities to build their own resilience to a changing climate. The main output is the development of a risk based tool to allow the user to map environmental risk (heat wave, flooding, subsidence etc.) as well as social (health, fuel poverty, age etc.) and economic (development zones, critical infrastructure, business type etc.) vulnerabilities at a neighbourhood level.

Climate change in the United Kingdom has been a subject of protests and controversies and various policies have been developed to mitigate its effects. It is estimated to demand at least 80-85% emission reductions in the EU during 2008-2050 with reductions as soon as technically possible. The UK Government has a commitment to reduce CO2 equivalent emissions by 80% on 1990 levels by 2050 and by 50% on 1990 levels by 2025.


Member Associated with Climate Change:

Academicians, Scientists, Business delegates, Experts, Departmental Managers, Vice Presidents/ Directors & Brand Manufacturers/ Marketers of Consumer Products. Solution Providers (digital and mobile technology), Professors and Students from Academia working in the arena of petroleum Geology & Petroleum Industry.


Target Audience:

Scientist: 40%

Academia: 40%

Others: 20% 

Statistical Analysis of Members Associated with Climate Change 2017:

Statistics of researcher, Academicians and Industrial Professionals working on Climate Change :


Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Ganesh C. Bora
Associate Professor, Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department
Mississippi State University
Mississippi, USA
OCM Member
Associate professor
University of Salerno
Salerno, Italy
OCM Member
Miklas Scholz
The University of Salford
Manchester, United Kingdom
OCM Member
Gordon Huang
Professor, Environmental systems engineering
University of Regina
Regina, Canada
OCM Member
Kartlos Joseph Kachiashvili
Tbilisi State University
Tbilisi, Georgia
OCM Member
Rajasekhar Balasubramanian
Associate Professor & Deputy Head for Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
National University of Singapore
Singapore, Singapore
OCM Member
Mohamed Nageeb Rashed
Faculty of Science, Environmental Affaires
Aswan University
Aswan, Egypt
OCM Member
Guobao Song
Associate Professor
Dalian University of Technology
Dalian, China
OCM Member
Ganesh Raj Joshi
EST Researcher
United Nations Center for Regional Development (UNCRD)
Nagoya, Japan
OCM Member
Gopalakrishnarao Parthasarathy
Chief Scientist
CSIR- National Geophysical Research Institute
Hyderabad, India
OCM Member
Shankar lal gargh
Dean,Pro- Vice Chancellor
Oriental University
Indore, India


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