INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CLIMATE CHANGE 2018
“Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation:
Learning from the Past for Sustainable Strategy Development”
Climate change is a problem at international, regional, national and local levels. Events related to uncertain climatic conditions such as floods, droughts, landslides, high waves, and sea level rise are increasingly common with increasing intensity, resulting in casualties and economic and ecological losses. Adaptation and mitigation are two complementary strategies for responding to climate change. Adaptation is the process of adjusting to the actual and expected climate and its effects to reduce or avoid harm or exploit profitable opportunities. Mitigation is the process of reducing emissions or improving greenhouse gas sinks (GHGs), thereby limiting climate change in the future. Both adaptation and mitigation can reduce and manage the risk of climate change impacts. However, adaptation and mitigation can also create other risks, as well as their benefits. The strategic response to climate change involves consideration of climate-related risks along with additional risks and benefits of adaptation and mitigation measures.
This Conference aims to accommodate the new related inspiration about how to minimize the climate change 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.
Invited Main Speakers
Prof. Dr. Isao HirotaUGSAS Gifu University, Japan
Assit. Prof. Dr. Keigo NodaGifu University, Japan
Prof. Dr. Meine van NoordwijkWageningen University, Netherlands
Prof. Dr. Len BrobergMontana Univ., USA
Prof. Dr. Vita Ratri CahyaniUniversitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia
Prof. Dr. Kurniatun HairiahBrawijaya University, Indonesia
Prof. Dr. Hidayat PawitanBogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
* in Confirmation
27 – 28 November 2018.