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Innovinc international is proud to announce 2nd World Congress on Climate Change (WCCC 2019) which is scheduled on Septmber 26-28, 2019 at Berlin, Germany. The main theme of our conference is “Today’s Progress and Tomorrow’s Climate Challenges”.



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INNOVINC conferences cover a broad range of research in the area of life science and technology. Attending a Innovinc Conference will provide immense access to ground-breaking research presentations and discussions which provides the best break to develop collaborations, get innovative ideas and opportunity for your own work.

About Conference

International Conference  2nd World Congress on Climate Change will be held during September 26-28, 2019 at Berlin, Germany.Climate Change-2019 is an excellent platform for professionals and who are working in the field. The annual conference creates a platform for experts interaction, simultaneously with networking opportunities and also provides an opportunity to explore the innovative ideas of the other communities, companies and associations. Climate Change -2019 conference includes Plenary lectures, Keynote lectures and short courses by eminent personalities from around the world in addition to contributed papers both oral and poster presentations.

It aims to discover advances, practical experiences and innovative ideas on issues related to Climate Change as well as a breadth of other topics. Don t miss this opportunity to connect with your peers at this scientific event. Your participation in the conference will enhance your knowledge and professional skills. This International Conference on Climate Change is a gathering of experts, professionals, academicians and researchers from all over the world. Meet experts, strengthen and update your ideas at Climate change-2019

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Scientific Sessions

Conference sessions may be geared toward participants with different levels of experience or different positions. Main conference sessions include the following 28 tracks. Choose to follow one track or move between tracks to create your own personalized conference experience.

Why to Attend

Innovinc International welcomes you to attend the 2nd World Congress on Climate Change during Spetember 26- 28, 2019, Berlin, Germany.

  • To meet renowned speakers, world's leading CEO's, Directors, decision and policy makers.
  • To know about the ongoing research projects for Geology & Earth Science
  • To keep abreast of all advances in Geoscience
  • Chance to collaborate research organizations with industries
  • To share the research ideas and implement them
  • Best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from Geological community




day 1 agenda

Thu , Sep 26, 2019

  • 08:15
  • Registrations

  • 08:45
  • Introduction & Inauguration

  • 09:00
  • Keynote Talk 1:

    Title: Is the Arctic Meltdown Causing More Frequent Extreme Weather in Mid-Latitudes?
    Jennifer Francis, Woods Hole Research Center, USA

  • 09:40
  • Keynote Talk 2:

    Title: How expensive is an energy transition? A lesson from the German Energiewende
    Thomas Unnerstall, N-ERGIE AG, Germany

  • 10:10
  • Keynote Talk-3:

    Keynote Talk Available(10:10-10:40)

  • 10:40
  • Keynote Talk-4:

    Title: Addressing Global challenges: BioEconomy can contribute significantly to climate change mitigation 
    Lene Lange, LLa-BioEconomy, Research & Advisory, Denmark

  • 11:10
  • Coffee Break

  • 11:30-13:10
  • Scientific Session-1

    Title: Detecting environmental and climatic changes in Western Mediterranean during the Late Quaternary using small mammal assemblages 
    Juan ManuelLópez-García, IPHES, Spain

  • Title: Thermal Capacity of Endemic Fishes from Small Rivers and Climate effects to freshwater fishes
    Sampan Tongnunui, Mahidol University, Thailand

  • Title: Why CMIP5 models cannot simulate the change trend of Pacific Walker Circulation over the last three decades?
    Y. Guan, South China Sea Institute of Oceanology,CAS, China

  • Title: Agroecology - A climate resilient approach for food and nutrition security:  Lessons learned from Action Against Hunger project in Bangladesh
    Bader Mahaman DioulaACTION AGAINST HUNGER, France

  • Title: The Global Humanitarian and Security Risk From Contaminant Impact to Land And Water:  Exacerbation In The Era of Climatic Change
    Ravi Naidu, University of Newcastle, Australia

  • 13:10 to 14:00
  • Lunch Break

  • 14:00-16:00
  • Scientific Session-2

    Title:The kinetically obedience of treatment process of sewage in paint and varnish industry in spray extraction column
    Alakbar Hasanov, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

  • Title: Analysis of Extreme Urban Heat Island: Correlation with Global Warming
    Kartikey Gupta, Vatsalya, India

  • Tile: Farming practices among rural farmers in Akwa Ibom State, Southeastern Nigeria: Implications for sustainable soil management

  • Speaker Slot Available (15:00-15:20)

  • Title: Impacts of and adaptation to inter-decadal marine climate change in coastal China seas
    Rongshuo Cai, Ministry of Natural Resources of China, China

  • Title: Assessment of the impact of heated water discharge on plankton communities as a surrogate measure for effects of global warming in a tropical creek system
    Prince Prakash Jeba Kumar JNational Institute of Ocean Technology, India

  • 16:00 to 16:15
  • Coffee Break

  • 16:15 to 17:35
  • Scientific Session-3

    Title: Climate change conventions and policy implementations; a futility in the face of capitalist greed
    Charles UgwuonahArrupe Jesuit University, Harare, Zimbabwe

  • Title: Design of the wastewater treatment from a plant for the processing of gold minerals
    Billy Alexander Rodríguez CastellanosColombian Geological SurveyColombian

  • Speaker Slot Available (16:55-17:15)

  • Title: Variability of the Caspian Sea at decadal to millennial scales: the theory
    Alexander KislovLomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

  • 17:35
  • Panel Discussions

    This is a tentative Scientific Program and subjected to change

day 2 agenda

Fri , Sep 27, 2019

  • 09:00
  • Keynote Talk 1:

    Title: Historical Responsibility for Climate Change: The Problem of Excusable Knowledge
    Makoto Usami, Kyoto University, Japan

  • 09:30
  • Keynote Talk-2:

    Title: Global Climate Rules: Advancing Law and Governance Innovation for the Paris Agreement and the SDGs
    Marie-Claire Cordonier- Segger, University of Cambridge, UK 

  • 10:00
  • Keynote Talk-3:

    Title: Insect damage influences expression of heat and drought stress resistance genes in maize
    Patrick Dowd, USDA, Agricultural Research Service, USA

  • 10:30
  • Keynote Talk-4

    Keynote Talk Available(10:30-11:00)

  • 11:00-11:15
  • Coffee Break

  • 11:15-13:15
  • Scientific Session-1

    Titlr: Case studies to build rangeland resilience to climate change
    J. Shannon NeibergsWashington State University, USA

  • Title: IPCC relationship with IPBES
    Alan Feest, University of Bristol/Ecosulis, United Kingdaom

  • Title: Effects of Porous Materials and Tetrahydrofuran on the Enhancement of Biogas Storage with Hydrate Formation 
    Pramoch Rangsunvigit, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

  • Speaker Slot Available (12:20-12:40)

  • Title: Global surface ocean pH, calcium carbonate mineral saturation states, and Revelle Factor from 1770 to 2100
    Li-Qing  Jiang, University of Maryland, USA

  • Title: Climate change and its consequences have become a pressing problem facing the world in several different ways
    Ahmed Atef, Mnoufia University, Egypt

  • 13:15 to 14:10
  • Lunch Break

  • 14:10-16:10
  • Scientific Session-2

    Title: Indigenous Knowledge and Climate Change Adaptive Management - A case study on Orchid Island, Taiwan
    Huei-Min Tsai, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

  • Title: Assessment of hydro meteorological condition of flood in monsoon dominated Ganga-Brahmaputra-Meghna (GBM) floodplain system
    Malabika Biswas Roy, Calcutta University, India

  • Title: Determining contribution of land use, land use change and forestry sector in delivering Vietnam’s Nationally Determined Contribution 
    Vu Tan Phuong, Vietnam Academy of Forest Sciences, Vietnam

  • Title: Groundwater Scenario of Hydrological and Hydrogeological Critical Terrains of India
    Pankaj Kumar Roy,  Jadavpur University, India

  • Speaker Slot Available (15:30-15:50)

  • Title: Spatiotemporal assessment of soybean drought and sensitivity analysis in Northeast China
    XiaoJuan YANG, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

  • 16:10-16:25
  • Coffee Break

  • 16:25-17:25
  • Scientific Session-3

    Tilte: Observed Changes in Maximum and Minimum temperatures over Rwanda from 1961-2014.
    Jean Paul NgarukiyimanaUniversity of Science and Technology of China, China

  • Speaker Slot Available (16:45-17:05)

  • Tilte: Water challenges in the face of climate change in Mexico City
    Fabiola S. Sosa-RodriguezMetropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico

  • 17:25
  • Panel Discussions

    This is a tentative Scientific Program and subjected to change

day 3 agenda

Sat , Sep 28, 2019

  • 09:00-11:00
  • Scientific Session-1

  • 11:00 to 11:15
  • Coffee Break

  • 11:15 to 13:15
  • Scientific Session-2

  • 13:15 to 14:00
  • Lunch Break

    This is a tentative Scientific Program and subjected to chang


posters agenda

Fri , Sep 27, 2019

  • 16:10-17:00
  • Poster-1: Thermal Tolerance of Non-indigenous Fish from Tropical River Habitat in Thailand
    Patitta Kritjirakorn, Mahidol University, Thailand

  • Poster-2: Temperature Tolerance of Thai Freshwater Fishes Exposed to Dynamic Change in the Temperate rivers: Global Warming Implication
    Thanasit Punkumsing, Mahidol University, Thailand

  • Poster-3: Methodology for climate characterization of protected areas in Southern Brazil
    Cássio Arthur Wollmann, Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil

  • Poster-4: Management strategies of cold air for establishing urban ventilation corridor plans: A case study of the Cheongju, Jeonju, Jinju in South KoreaJEONG-MIN SONKyungpook National University, Korea

  • Poster-5: Wind driven airlift pump for artificial upwelling or forced downwelling powered by air at atmospheric pressure
    Bruno CossuPrivate Lawyer, Italy

  • Poster-6: Normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) an indicator of climate change. Particular case of grapevine in Extremadura (Spain)
    Fulgencio Honorio Guisado, University of Extremadura, Spain

  • Poster-7: The current status and implications of laws and institutions concerning spatial planning to improve urban thermal environment in South Korea
    Kwon KimKyungpook National University, Korea

  • Poster-8: Impacts of Climate Change on Flood Disaster Risk in the Mekong River Basin
    Sophal TryKyoto University, Japan

  • Poster-9: The Cold Effect of Ambient Temperature on Ischemic and Hemorrhagic Stroke Hospital Admissions: A Large Database Study in Beijing, China between Years 2013 and 2014—Utilizing a Distributed Lag Non-linear Analysis
    Xiuhua GuoCapital Medical University, China

  • Poster-10: Short-term showers and hail prediction for disaster risk reduction
    Teimuraz DavitashviliTbilisi State UniversityGeorgia

  • Poster-11: Robustness of the link between precipitation in North Africa and standard modes of atmospheric variability during last millennium
    Arab Djebbar, 
    Catholic University of Louvain,  Belgium

  • Poster-12: Evaluation of Ulva lactuca as renewable feedstock for the sustainable production of commodity chemicals
    Eva Maria Ingvadottir, University of Akureyri, Iceland

  • Poster-13: Is it reasonable to estimate future rainfall extremes using future projected surface air temperature?
    Sangdan Kim, Pukyong National University, South Korea

  • Poster-14: The effect of climate change on aridity in Extremadura, southwestern Spain
    Francisco J. Moral, University of Extremadura, Spain


  • Poster-15: A Study on Estimation of Daily Maximum Temperature for Urban Heat-waves Countermeasures-In case of the Seoul Metropolitan Area
    Chaeyeon Yi, Hankuk University for Foreign Studies, South Korea


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