International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts and Responses
The inaugural Climate Change Conference was held at the Bharati Vidyapeeth Institute of Environment Education and Research, Pune, India in 2009; the second Conference was held at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, in 2010; the third Conference was held in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil in 2011; the fourth Conference was held at the University of Washington Seattle, USA in 2012; the fifth Conference was held in Mauritius in 2013.
Beginning in 2009, this annual conference will examine evidence of climate change, its natural and human causes, its ecosystemic impacts and its human impacts. The Conference will also concern itself with technological, social, ethical and political responses to climate change.
The Climate Change Conference is a participants’ Conference, including numerous parallel sessions. The Conference organizing committee is inviting proposals to present 30-minute papers, or 60-minute workshops or 90-minute colloquium sessions. These can be academic papers with a theory or research focus or presentations of practice describing educational initiatives.
The 2019 Climate Change Conference will be held at the Pryzbyla Center, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., USA, 16-17 April 2019.