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Research and Effective Responses to Global Warming
- Global Warming 2018

Welcome

We are glad to welcome you all to the “International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution” to be held from August 20-22,2018 at Paris,France. Global warming and climate science is a vast and interdisciplinary field which is a combination of many advanced sciences such as chemistry, chemical engineering, physics, environmental science and environmental engineering. The sudden and alarming increase in global temperatures is becoming a huge cause of concern for our future survival and scientists and governments are working tirelessly to find ways to curb this problem.
This conference has been initiated by Allied Academies in order to explore and understand the issues, innovations and breakthroughs in global warming research. 
This conference will provide a unique platform for eminent scientists, researchers,professors,entrepreneurs and business executives to participate, interact and share their latest technologies and research updates. Young and budding students who participate in this conference will get a once in a lifetime change to meet more than five Nobel laureates and pioneer researchers in the field of environmental science. 
Various activities like guest lectures, paper presentations, workshops, etc will take place during the course of the conference. Breakfast and lunch will also be provided.
Allied Academies is a highly reputed organization that has more than 24 years of experience in publishing scientific journals and conducting international scientific conferences. Allied Academies is the number one choice of scientists and researchers for readily accessible scientific journals. Conferences conducted by Allied Academies are famous throughout the world for their high standard and and depth of scientific information presented. 
The reason for choosing Paris as the location for the conference is because France is one of the very few countries in the world that imposes strict policies with regard to emission of greenhouse gases and most of it’s energy comes from carbon-free sources. Paris, in addition to it's pleasant climate, has a huge number of tourists attractions that people of all ages can enjoy and remember for a long time. 
This is a once in a lifetime experience where participants will get a chance to meet and interact with both scientists and top industrial executives under one roof and gain valuable knowledge and experience, thereby inspiring them to come up with new and innovative ideas. 

Sessions

1. Session on: Global Warming

    The temperature of the earth is rising rapidly. It has been estimated that this rise has been about twice the rate it was about 50 years ago. Scientists believe that the main reason behind this sudden rise is the effect of greenhouse gases emitted by various human activities. There are several greenhouse gases emitted by humans in a variety of ways and it is these greenhouse gases that are responsible for climate change. The gas that is responsible the most for global warming is carbon dioxide. The other gases responsible for this phenomenon include methane and nitrous oxide. These gases vary from each other in their heat trapping abilities and nitrous oxide is said to be the most powerful heat trapping gas. Even chlorofluorocarbons released from air conditioners and refrigerators have a much greater heat trapping potential than carbon dioxide. 
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2. Session on: Pollution

     Pollution is the contamination of the ecosystem and the surrounding atmosphere by different types of pollutants such as the various industrial chemicals. Pollution generally has a detrimental effect on the environment and all forms of life from plants to human beings suffer when it is left uncontrolled. Pollution causes variation in the normal weather patterns thereby causing climate changePollution and climate change has become a huge concern of national and international importance due to their unfavorable effects on the physical and biological components of the environment.
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3. Session on: Climate Change

    It is believed that climate change may be the primary cause of future catastrophes. Since 1906, the global average temperature has increased significantly due to the emission of greenhouse gases. The ice is melting worldwide especially near the polar regions. This includes mountain glaciers, ice sheets covering Antarctica and the arctic sea ice. Many Species like penguins and polar bears have been impacted by rising temperatures and certain invasive species like beetles have increased in number. There has also been a significant increase in precipitation across the globe.
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4. Session on: Ozone Depletion

    The ozone that is present in the upper layer of the atmosphere is known as the "ozone layer". This layer protects life on earth by absorbing most of the ultraviolet radiation that is emitted by the sun. Exposure to too much of ultraviolet radiation may lead to skin cancer,cataracts,suppression of the immune system. It is also believed to reduce the productivity of certain crops. Atmospheric ozone is known as "good ozone". When man-made chlorofluorocarbons reach the ozone layer,they are broken apart by short-wave energy from the sun. The free chlorine atoms then break apart the molecules of ozone, thus creating holes in the ozone layer.
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 5. Session on: Greenhouse Effect

    The earth's atmosphere works like a glass greenhouse where plants are kept. When the sun's rays enter our atmosphere, most of it continues right down to the earth's surface. When they hit the soil and surface water, they release most of their energy in the form of heat. Some of the heat then radiates back out into space. However, there are certain gases like carbon dioxide and methane, that absorb heat and radiate it back to the earth's surface. This helps to keep our atmosphere warm. These gases are therefore called greenhouse gases because of their heat trapping ability. But the burning of fossil fuels has significantly increased the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. It has been estimated that the current concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is about 30 percent greater than it was 650,000 years ago. As a result, the temperature of the earth has increased drastically and natural calamities like droughts and floods are becoming more and more common.
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 6. Session on: Oceanography and Marine Ecosystems

    The ocean and the atmosphere are interlinked and interrelated. So, any policy regarding future climate change moderation and adjustment cannot be implemented without giving due respect to both these components. Climate change has a huge impact on the world’s seas and oceans. The oceans have warmed in the course of the last 50 years and the upper layers of the ocean have been the most affected parts. The ocean heat content usually decides the ocean surface temperature as well as the ocean levels. Flooding has become more common along the coasts and oceans are becoming more and more acidic as the amount of dissolved carbon dioxide in the oceans increases.
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7. Session on: Glaciers and Water Resources

    In many mountainous countries, glaciers are essential water suppliers for agriculture and hydro power generation. Glaciers are also important reservoirs of freshwater. The increasing temperatures in most of the mountainous areas may have dramatic effects on glaciers and water resources. Due to climate change, some glaciers have completely disappeared in the recent decades. Melting glaciers increase the water levels in lakes thereby increasing the probability of natural disasters like floodsGlaciers also provide the bulk of water during hot summers. As a result, many water-dependent economies and industries may face difficulties.
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8. Session on: Natural Hazards

    Global warming has resulted in a series of devastating climate disasters and extreme weather events such as hurricanes, heat waves and floods. Millions of homes throughout the world are now either underwater or have been blown away. The increase in air and water temperatures has lead to rising sea levels, higher wind speeds, prolonged droughts and heavier precipitation. More than 150 million people live in areas that will be below the sea level by the end of the century.
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9. Session on: Health Hazards

    Persistent high temperatures in combination with high relative humidity can be fatal to both human beings and animals. The temperature of this planet will continue to rise unless we do something about reducing the emission of greenhouse gases. Of late, the number of deaths due to heat strokes are on the rise. Also, the sudden rise in global temperatures has led to an increase in the population of insects and other pests. Many insects act as vectors for many pathogenic organisms. As a result, there has been a drastic rise in many infections like malaria, etc.
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10. Session on: Deforestation

    It is estimated that deforestation in rainforests adds more carbon dioxide to the atmosphere than all of the world's cars, bikes and trucks. When trees are cut, they release the carbon dioxide stored inside them into the atmosphere. Here, they combine with greenhouse gases from other sources and contribute to the global warming crisis. Every year 32 million acres of rain forest are cut down for farming and industrial purposes. Hence, strict measures must be implemented to keep deforestation in check.
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11. Session on: Environmental Toxicology

    Environmental Toxicology is the study of the adverse effects of environmental toxicants on health and the environment. Environmental toxicants may be physical, chemical or biological agents. Some of the environmental toxicants include pesticides, insecticides and fertilizers. The presence of toxic substances in the environment is said to be the main cause of biomagnification, which is responsible for the decline of many species of animals in the recent decade. It has also resulted in reduced species diversity in many parts of the world. Environmental toxicology studies are important because the survival of human beings depends upon the well being of other species as well as the availability of clean air, food and water.
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12. Session on: Radiation Pollution
    
    Radiation pollution is caused due to an increase in the normal radiation levels caused by human activities. Studies suggest that 20% of the radiation we are exposed to can be attributed to human activities like mining, handling and processing of radioactive materials, storage of radioactive materials and the use of radioactive reactions to generate electricity. We are also exposed to huge amounts of radiation from cell phones, cell phone towers, microwave ovens, computers and TVs. The huge amount of e-waste dumped into the environment is also responsible for radiation pollution. Efforts are being made on how to properly process and recycle these e-wastes.
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13. Session on: Wastewater Pollution

    Wastewater is the water that is unfit for human consumption. Most of the wastewater comes from domestic, agricultural and industrial sources. Incomplete and improper treatment of wastewater results in several environmental and health problems. Effluents from wastewater systems are released into ponds, lakes, rivers, seas and oceans. Wastewater contains a wide range of pollutants like decaying organic matter, ammonia, phosphorus, chlorine, etc. These pollutants are responsible for the eutrophication of water bodies that leads to the death of fish and other aquatic organisms. The dumping of wastewater into rivers also results in many potentially fatal infections like cholera, typhoid, etc. Recent studies also indicate that the increased water temperature increases the concentration of toxins present in water bodies.
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14. Session on: Thermal Pollution

    Thermal pollution is the sudden increase or decrease in the temperature of a water body due to human activities. Thermal pollution is mainly caused by industries taking in water from natural sources and releasing it back at an altered temperature. Other human factors like deforestation and soil erosion are also responsible for thermal pollution. The warm temperature of the water decreases the dissolved oxygen concentration in water bodies resulting in the death of many aquatic plants and animals. It also increases the metabolic rate of aquatic organisms, thus disrupting the food chain.
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 15. Session on: Technologies to Tackle Global Warming

    In recent years, climate change has become a major problem throughout the world. Efforts are being made to develop various technologies to solve this problem. Recently, technologies like GIS and remote sensing have become useful for understanding the environment, for climate change monitoring and strategic decision making. It can also be used for predicting the risks in forests and agriculture sectors. Scientists, researchers and policymakers rely heavily on information from GIS databases  to carry out their research and make certain policies and decisions. There is a huge demand for professionals with expertise in implementing this advanced technology for climate change monitoring, carbon management and disaster management.
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16. Session on: Carbon Capture Methods

    A number of new technologies are being developed for capturing the huge amounts of carbon that is emitted from various sources. Carbon Sequestration is a new technology that can reduce CO2 emissions from coal and gas-fired power plants. It includes capture of CO2, transport of the captured and compressed CO2, underground injection and geologic sequestration of the CO2 into deep underground rock formations. It helps to reduce greenhouse emissions and enables low-carbon electricity generation from power plants.
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17. Session on: Green Initiatives and Products

    Green initiatives are aimed at reducing the impact of different operations and products on the environment. Developing new and sustainable products for the market that comply to environmental regulations and standards, protecting the safety and health of the people, etc are all part of the green initiative. It also includes reforestation projects like the planting of tress in barren areas which in addition to absorbing C02 , also provides us with benefits such as clean water and air.
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18. Session on: Renewable Energy and Resources

    Renewable energy is gaining increasing importance in today’s world. In addition to the rising costs of fossil fuels and and the threat of climate change, there have been a lot of positive developments in this field including improved fuel efficiency and reduced prices. Sunlight, geothermal energy and wind are examples of renewable energy. These energy sources are inexhaustible and constantly replenished. Renewable energy plays an important role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Also, the demand for fossil fuels goes down when renewable energy products are used.
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About the Conference


This conference aims to bring eminent scientists, researchers, professors, business executives and students in the field of environmental science and research to discuss about their views on ways to combat and reduce the severe impact of global warming on the environment and the human race in general. Today global warming is one of the biggest problems facing the human race. The effect of global warming is being felt all over the world and many vital sectors of the economy like agriculture and crop production, finance and industry have been hit by it. Also, the ecosystem has been damaged beyond repair due to global warming . Hence, immediate action is to be taken if we are to leave this planet intact for our future generations.

Taking the above issues into account, governments and industries are spending billions of dollars on research in climate science to try and combat global warming with the main focus being the reduction in emission of greenhouse gases.

This conference will highlight many important topics like global warming effects on human health, global warming effects on the economy, advanced research on global warming, green technology and initiatives, etc. More than 24 eminent and world-renowned scientists in the field of environmental science and engineering will be presenting their papers in this conference. Various activities like keynote presentations, oral talks and poster presentations will also take place during the course of the conference. 

It is also hoped that that the young and budding students who attend the conference will be inspired by the eminent scientists to focus more on environmental research and come up with practical inventions and innovations that will benefit mankind as a whole.

Market Analysis

1. According to a recent report by a reputed journal, insurance agencies paid out a record $135 billion because of disasters like hurricanes, floods and wildfires and total losses amounted to $330 billion. It is a well known fact that global warming caused mainly by emission of greenhouse gases has led to a drastic increase in these type of natural calamities.
2. There has been an increase in the development and population of areas that are prone to severe weather.
3. In the year 2015 there was a huge conference on global warming and climate change conducted by the United Nations (United Nations Climate Change Conference) in France. Representatives from 196 countries attended the conference. The conference was budgeted to cost $ 186.87 million at the time. The French government said that 20% of the cost was borne by French firms such as Air France , Renault-Nissan and BNP Paribas. This clearly indicates that many private companies are very interested in reducing their carbon emissions and therefore are willing to spend huge amounts of money on research and global conferences.
4. At the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 22) in Marrakesh, the leaders and heads of many developed countries laid out a plan for providing at least $100 billion a year for developing countries to support climate change.
5. Siemens, a global energy giant, says it can make a profit by reducing it's carbon emissions. The company plans to spend nearly $110 million lowering the company's emissions. It is believed that the investments would eventually payoff through savings of between $20 million to $30 million annually.
6. Dell has invested in using information technology like big data analytics to reduce energy consumption in it's facilities.
7. US businesses that commit to cutting carbon emissions by 3 percent annually through 2020 would reap as much as $190 billion from reduced energy bills, increased productivity and innovation and the tapping of new clean energy sources such as solar energy.
8. Many corporations have realized the importance of reducing carbon dioxide emissions and other greenhouse gases by the end of this decade. Failing to do so will make it much harder to meet carbon reduction goals over the long term. It will also increase the risk of business disruptions caused by extreme weather events such as droughts, floods and severe storms.
9. Government reports show that the annual spending on climate science grew from $1.31 billion to $2.66 billion for a total of $42.49 billion.
10. Calculations show that from 1993 to 2014 , the total U.S expenditures on climate change amounted to more than $166 billion.
11. The net value of the global climate change industry is estimated to be about $1.5 trillion. 

 


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