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The 6th International Conference on Climate Change
25 May 2021
Covid-19 pandemic teaches us that climate change impact sometimes incredibly unpredictable. Not only the increase of heat exposure or natural hazard due to extreme weather, but the emergence of new species or the mutation of microorganism due to the changing ecology may harmful for human beings and another organism. This anthropological climate change phenomenon has negatively altered the most fundamental natural resources for living organism: air, water, and soil. Air has been polluted and warming due to human activities. The quantity of freshwater keeps on depleting, while the ground water recharge intervened with chemical and biological contamination. The sustainability of soil as the natural planting media is under threat due to land use conversion and soil quality degradation. Water acidification and temperature increase have been proved to change the salinity of seawater. Those climate change sensitive exposure may affect the immune system of the living things to survive. Those conditions grow the concern for the health status of humans, crops, farmed and wild animals. Understanding the mechanism whereby the climate change exposures affects the immunomodulation in living organisms may mitigate the negative health risks outcome. According to the circumstances, The 6th International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC) is focusing the discussion on climate change effects on immunomodulation as it is also the main topic of Universitas Sebelas Maret 45th Dies Natalis’ anniversary address. Focusing and improving the climatic resilience strategies on immune system will be of considerably important to overcome the key climate-change sensitive pathways, as well as to support the achievements some global goals in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
The 6th ICCC 2021 is organized by The Graduate School of Sebelas Maret University (Surakarta, Indonesia), collaborating with The United Graduate School of Agriculture Science (UGSAS), Gifu University (Japan) together and UNS Forestry Education and Training Center (UPT Pusat Pendidikan dan Pelatihan Kehutanan, UNS) (Karanganyar, Indonesia). The 6th ICCC is also part of Sebelas University 45th Dies Natalis Anniversary celebration activities.
Who should attend ICCC?
Attended by Undergraduates, Graduates/Postgraduates, Librarians, Study Abroad Advisors, Faculty (Teachers, Lecturers, Researchers, Professors, Head of Department, Deans), Vice-Chancellors, Chancellors, College, and University Presidents), Policy Makers and Stakeholders who care about climate change and environmental degradation.
The ICCC attracts experts from all educational sectors, schools, colleges, universities, vocational education, and training, as well as government representatives, non-governmental organization staff and private providers to learn about the current trends and to network with other international colleagues.
Why should attend ICCC?
- The national and international annual gathering of Undergraduates, Graduates/Postgraduates, Librarians, Study Abroad Advisors, Faculty (Teachers, Lecturers, Researchers, Professors, Head of Department, Deans), Vice-Chancellors, Chancellors, College, and University Presidents).
- Networking with national and international participants.
- Develop new partnerships and associations with key decision-makers across all sectors of climate.
- Learn about the latest research findings and the future impacts of attending the program sessions.
- Showcase your products and services and promote your brand at one of the world’s top International Conference on Climate Change.
|Abstract Submission deadline||16 April 2021|
|Announcement of accepted abstract||30 April 2021|
|Fullpaper Submission deadline||7 May 2021|
|Power point Submission deadline||21 May 2021|
|Conference day||25 May 2021|
|Full Paper Revision Deadline||1 July 2021|