INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CLIMATE CHANGE 2017

“International Conference on Climate Change:

Challenges and Opportunity on Environment Degradation Researches


Environmental degradation is essentially caused by the presence of intervention or excessive human intervention to the existence of the environment naturally. Ruled out this problem and environmental impact in the development of a major factor environmental degradation which has the influence of the social and economic quality. This condition means the climate change will encourage and accelerate disaster and environmental damage.

This Conference aims to accommodate the new related inspiration about how to minimize the climate change and environmental degradation that occurred at this time.  Attendees can access practical and valuable information to help them provide an excellent international forum for sharing knowledge and research results in theoretical and practical aspects of climate change and global warming as well as their industrial applications.

Time & Venue

24 – 26 October 2017 at Solo Paragon Hotel, Surakarta City, Indonesia.

 

Keynote Speaker

Dr. David Grimes*

President of World Meteorology Organization Geneva, Switzerland

Prof. Bambang Brodjonegoro*

Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS), Indonesia

Invited Main Speakers

Speakers

Speech Topic

Prof. Dr. Sutarno
Universitas  Sebelas Maret, Indonesia
The Impact of Climate Change on Biodiversity Destruction
Dr. Andi Eka Sakya
WMO RA V South West Asia Pasifics
Implication of Weather and Climate on Recent Natural Disaster: How to Mitigate It?
Prof. Dr. Vita Ratri Cahyani
Graduate School, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia
Prof. Takeo Onishi
UGSAS Gifu University, Japan
Evaluation of Climate Change and Land Cover Change Impacts on Water Quality of The Ise Bay and its Watershed
Assist. Prof. Dr. Keigo Noda
UGSAS Gifu University, Japan
Climate Change Impact on Soil Degradation
Prof. Dr. Ir. Patrick Van Damme
Ghent University, Belgium
The Strategy of Sustainable Agriculture System to Minimize Climate Change Effects
Dr. Anwar Fitrianto
UPM, Malaysia
Statistical Point of View of Climate Change
Dr. Anthony Kent
Victoria University, Australia
Dr. James Mc. Gregor*
Eco-Tourism, Canada
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Avishek Datta
Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand
Weed and Agricultural Water Management Strategy to Cope with Climate Change
Dr. Haris Gunawan
Peat Restoration Agency (BRG), Indonesia
Peatland restoration and climate change mitigation
Dr. H. Adul Chair Ramadan
Doctoral Alumni of Law Science, UNS, Indonesia
Environment problem solving with policy and environment approach

* in Confirmation

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