World Summit on

Climate Change and Global Warming

Theme: New Emerging Drifts and Tactic to Challenge Climate Change and Global Warming

Event Date & Time

Event Location

Holiday Inn Paris - Marne La Vallee, Paris, France

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Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

Conference Speaker

Hans-Josef Fell

President of Energy Watch Group Member of German Parliament(1998-2013)

Conference Speaker

Elena Lioubimtseva

Grand Valley State University

Conference Speaker

Alexander Ivlev

Russian State Agrarian University

Conference Speaker

Jaime Senabre

University of Alicante

Conference Speaker

K.B. Strychar

Annis Water Resources Institute - Grand Valley State University

Conference Speaker

Alexander Trofimov

International Scientific-Research Institute of Cosmic Anthropoecology

Conference Speaker

Mocuta Dorina Nicoleta

University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest

Conference Speaker

Ahmed Masoud

University of Kafr El-Sheikh

Conference Speaker

Sheetal Sharma

Maulaza Azad National Institute of Technology

Conference Speaker

Mostafa A. R. Ibrahim

University of kafrelsheikh

Conference Speaker

Amphai Wejwithan

Vienna University of Technology

Conference Speaker

Cheng Heqin

State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research,Normal University

Tracks & Key Topics

Climate 2018

Welcome Message

After the Paris Climate Agreement of 2015, the world needs a clear and comprehensive strategy and policy to stop global climate warming.

The World Summit on Climate Change and Global Warming in Paris in June 2018 is an important event for fruitful discussions on concrete measures and targets for climate protection. Excellent scientists will show the need and present possibilities of how to challenge climate change and global warming.

It is a pleasure and honour for me to present the necessity and opportunities for a zero-emission economy with 100% renewables and green carbon sinks. Plenty of new advanced and economical technologies are already ready today to conquer the world.

Scientists, media, politicians and companies all are invited to discuss the path to a successful climate protection of our planet, with the goal of cooling instead of continuously warming up the earth.

Hans-Josef Fell
President Energy Watch Group
Member of German Parliament (1998 -2013)
Berlin, Germany


About Conference

EuroSciCon warmly respects each one of the individuals and supporters from worldwide to attend "World Summit on Climate Change and Global Warming” amid June 21-22, 2018 in  Paris , France. This Climate Change Conferences 2018 overwhelmingly emphasis on “New Emerging Drifts and Tactic to Challenge Climate changes and Global Warming”.

About Climate Change and Global Warming

Climate Change is an adjustment in the factual dispersion of climate designs that goes on for an expanded timeframe. The Earth's atmosphere has been changing all through the history. Just over the most recent 650,000 years there have been seven cycles of cold progress and withdraw, with the sudden end of the last ice age around 7,000 years prior denoting the start of the cutting edge atmosphere time and of human development. A large portion of these atmosphere changes are credited to little varieties in Earth's circle that change the measure of sun based vitality our planet gets. At display, the present situation of the environmental change is at disturbing levels. The present warming pattern is of specific hugeness in light of the fact that the vast majority of it is likely human-instigated and continuing at a rate that is phenomenal in the previous 1,300 years. Earth-circling satellites and other mechanical advances have empowered researchers to see the comprehensive view, gathering a wide range of sorts of data about our planet and its atmosphere on a worldwide scale. This group of information, gathered over numerous years, uncovers the signs of an evolving atmosphere.

International Climate Change Conferences will focus on variety of advanced research topics including Carbon Sequestration, Climate Change and Global Warming Evidences, Greenhouse Gases, Pollution and Climate Change, Climate Hazards, GIS and Remote Sensing, Climate Change & Health, Ecology and Ecosystems, Renewable Energy, Bioenergy, Climate Solutions, Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Climate Policy and Entrepreneurs Investment Meet..

These Climate Change Conferences proceedings include symposiums and workshops, keynote speeches, plenary talks, poster sessions and panel discussion on latest research developments in the field of climate changes and global warming.

Euroscicon are corporate members of the following organisations

Royal Society of Biology


British Society for Immunology

Rare Care UK

Opportunities for Conference Attendees

For Researchers &Faculty:

Speaker Presentations

Poster Display

Symposium hosting

Workshop organizing

For Universities, Associations & Societies:

Association Partnering

Collaboration proposals

Academic Partnering

Group Participation

For Students & Research Scholars:

Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)

Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)

Student Attendee

Group registrations

For Business Delegates:

Speaker Presentations

Symposium hosting

Book Launch event

Networking opportunities

Audience participation

For Companies:

Exhibitor and Vendor booths

Sponsorships opportunities

Product launch

Workshop organizing

Scientific Partnering

Marketing and Networking with clients

Euroscicon organizes International Nutrition Meetings annually across Europe, Austria, Ireland, Germany, France, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Finland, Luxembourg, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Poland, Denmark, Macedonia, Greece, Portugal, Romania, Czech Republic, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Scotland, Latvia, Ukraine, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, Netherlands Russia, Bulgaria, France, with solitary subject of quickening logical revelations. 


Climate Change & Climatology

Evidence of Climate Changes

Global Warming Effects & Causes

Climate Change: Biodiversity Scenarios

Carbon Cycle

Climate Hazards

Risks of Climate Change

Effective Adaptation

Energy Policy

Climate Change Challenges

Climate Change Law & Policy

Oceans & Climate Change

Sustainability & Climate Change

Pollution & its Effects on Climate

Pollution Control

Climate Change and Migration

Climate Change and Coastal Stressors

CO2 Responsible Climate Change?

Renewable Energy to Mitigate Climate Change

Solutions for Climate Change

CO2 Capture and Sequestration

Climate Change Economics

Climate Change & Health

Space Monitoring of Climate Variables



Sessions and Tracks

EuroSciCon warmly respects each one of the individuals and supporters from worldwide to attend "World Summit on Climate Change and Global Warming” amid June 21-22, 2018 in Paris, France. This Climate Change Conferences 2018 overwhelmingly emphasis on “New Emerging Drifts and Tactic to Challenge Climate Change and Global Warming”.

Track 1: Climate Change & Climatology

Gives a one of a kind stage to analysts and researcher to investigate the progressed and most recent research improvements in the field of Climate Change changes additionally called an Earth-wide temperature boost, alludes to the ascent in normal surface temperatures on Earth. Climatology, the investigation of Climate and its connection to plant and creature life, is critical in many fields, including agribusiness, flight, prescription, organic science, zoology, topography, and geology. Changes in Climate influence, for instance, the plant and creature life of a given range. Climatology, the study of Climate and its connection to plant and creature life, is essential in many fields, including agribusiness, flying, prescription, plant science, zoology, topography, and geology. Changes in Climate influence, for instance, the plant and creature life of a given territory.

Important Keywords

Climate Change Conferences; Climate Change Meetings; Climate Change Events; Climatology

Track 2: Evidence of Climate Changes

Many lines of logical proof demonstrate the Earth's atmosphere is evolving. This page displays the most recent data from a few autonomous measures of watched environmental change that delineate an overwhelmingly convincing story of a planet that is experiencing an Earth-wide temperature boost. Our reality is getting hotter. In the course of the most recent 100 years, the normal worldwide surface temperature has ascended to around 0.74C. For researchers contemplating the effects of environmental change, such inquiries - and answers - are continually being amended and refined as more data is accumulated, models are tweaked, and inputs are better caught on.

Important Keywords

Evidence of Climate Change Conferences; Climate Change Meetings; Climate Change Events;

Track 3:  Global Warming Effects & Causes

Most atmosphere researchers concur the primary driver of the flow an Earth-wide temperature boost slant is a human extension of the "nursery effect"1 — warming those outcomes when the air traps warm transmitting from Earth toward space. Human exercises are changing the characteristic nursery. In the course of the most recent century, the consumption of petroleum products like coal and oil has expanded the convergence of climatic carbon dioxide (CO2). An Earth-wide temperature boost is essentially an issue of an excessive amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the air—which goes about as sweeping, catching warmth and warming the planet.

Important Keywords

Global Warming Conferences; Climate Change Meetings; Global Warming Events

Track 4: Climate Change: Biodiversity Scenarios

Situations of changes in biodiversity for the year 2100 would now be able to be produced, in light of situations of changes in barometrical CO2, atmosphere, vegetation, and land utilize and the known affectability of biodiversity to these progressions in earthbound and freshwater ecosystems. The term "biodiversity" is utilized as a part of a wide sense as it is characterized in the Convention on Biological Diversity to mean the plenitude and circulations of and cooperation’s between genotypes, species, groups, environments, and biomes.

Important Keywords

Biodiversity Conferences; Biodiversity Meetings; Biodiversity Events

Track 5:  Carbon Cycle

The worldwide carbon push works through an assortment of reaction and input component, reactions of the carbon cycle to changing CO2 focus. Anthropogenic CO2 by the sea is principally administered by sea dissemination and carbonate science. Changes in sea life science achieved by changes in calcification at low pH could expand the spotless take-up of CO2 by a couple of rate focuses.

Important Keywords

Carbon Cycle Conferences; Carbon Meetings; Carbon Cycle Events

Track  6:  Climate Hazards

The investigation of climatic perils is a decent case of the pragmatic significance of ecological climatology. This survey of climatic risks not just layouts the colossal assortment of such occasions and their effects, yet in addition delineates the present interests of any future difficulties for the climatologist. Climatic risks are operators of a debacle as far as what they may do to human settlements or to the earth. Possibly unsafe environmental wonders incorporate tropical violent winds, rainstorms, tornadoes, dry spell, rain, hail, snow, lightning, haze, wind, temperature extremes, air contamination, and climatic change. The atmosphere and atmosphere related dangers, for example, surges, tempests, and dry spells have filled in as trigger occasions for over 75% of the catastrophes that have happened internationally finished the previous decade. Proportionately, these catastrophes influence the slightest created nations most seriously, ended up being particularly unsafe to neediness stricken populaces

Important Keywords

Climate Hazards Conferences; Climate hazards Meetings; Climate Change Events

Track  7:  Risks of Climate Change

Current expectations of annihilation dangers from environmental change differ generally relying upon the particular suspicions and geographic and ordered concentration of each investigation. I combined distributed investigations keeping in mind the end goal to assess a worldwide mean eradication rate and figure out which factors contribute the best vulnerability to atmosphere change– initiated termination dangers. Results propose that eradication dangers will quicken with future worldwide temperatures, debilitating up to one out of six animal categories under current strategies. Annihilation dangers were most elevated in South America, Australia, and New Zealand, and dangers did not shift by scientific categorization. Sensible suppositions about eradication obligation and dispersal limit considerably expanded termination dangers. We desperately need to embrace systems that point of confinement facilitate environmental change on the off chance that we are to stay away from an increasing speed of worldwide terminations.

Important Keywords

Risks of Climate Change Conferences; Climate Change Meetings; Climate Change Events

Track  8: Effective  Adaptation

These shorter-term varieties are for the most part because of regular causes and don't negate our basic understanding that the long haul warming pattern is principal because of human-incited changes in the atmospheric levels of CO2 and other nursery gasses. Rising economy countries are currently trying to recognize openings and related monetary, specialized, and approach necessities to advance toward a low carbon development way. Outrageous atmosphere occasions, for example, aridity, dry season, surge, twister and stormy precipitation are relied upon to leave an effect on human culture. They are likewise anticipated that would produce across the board reaction to adjust and moderate the sufferings related to these extremes. Societal and social reactions to delayed dry spell incorporate populace disengagement, social division, home surrender, and societal crumple. A commonplace reaction to neighbourhood aridity is the human relocation to more secure and beneficial territories.

Important Keywords

Effective Adaptation Conferences; Effective Climate Change Meetings; Effective AdaptationEvents;

Track 9: Energy Policy

Exercises that go for bringing issues to light and enhancing access to logical data on adjustment, so chiefs can better coordinate environmental change issues being developed arranging and destitution reduction measures. The exercises incorporate national science-approach exchanges, territorial learning sharing techniques, and provincial training. The science-approach exchanges are intended to address the requirement for better two-way association and correspondence at the science-strategy interface on environmental change issues, especially on adjustment. Vitality productivity openings, which are of specific significance to urban communities, are structures and area vitality frameworks. To construct an administrative technique, set up empowering enactment and administrative gauges, and set up requirement systems.

Important Keywords

Energy Conferences; Environmental Change Meetings; Energy Events

Track 10: Climate Change Challenges

Environmental change is one of the characterizing difficulties of the 21st century, alongside worldwide populace, neediness easing, ecological debasement and worldwide security. The issue is that 'environmental change' is never again only a logical concern, yet includes financial matters, human science, geopolitics, national and nearby legislative issues, law, and wellbeing just to give some examples. However, with such a significant number of different issues on the planet would it be advisable for us to think about the environmental change? We are finding that in the event that we don't create win-win arrangements then environmental change will exacerbate all our different issues.

Important Keywords

Climate Change Conferences; Climate Change Meetings; Climate Change Challenges Events

Track 11: Climate Change Law & Policy

The environmental change raises critical social, natural and lawful difficulties. The administration framework applying to environmental change is perplexing and multi-level. A focal issue in worldwide law and arrangement is the means by which nations of the world ought to allow the weight of tending to worldwide environmental change. Nations around the globe are taking vital local activities to help handle the issue of environmental change.

Important Keywords

Climate Change Law Conferences; Climate Change Law Meetings; Climate Policy Events

Track 12: Oceans & Climate Change

Atmosphere Changes in sea frameworks, for the most part, happen over any longer eras than in the climate, where tempests can shape and disperse in a solitary day. Co operations between the seas and air happen gradually finished numerous months to years, thus does the development of water inside the seas, including the blending of profound and shallow waters. Along these lines, patterns can endure for quite a long time, hundreds of years, or more. Hence, regardless of the possibility that ozone-harming substance discharges were balanced out tomorrow, it would take numerous more years—decades to hundreds of years—for the seas to ac climate to changes in the environment and the atmosphere that has just happened.

Important Keywords

Ocean Change Conferences; Oceans Meetings; Oceans& Climate Change Events

Track 13: Sustainability & Climate Change

The developing exchange and activity on natural and social issues internationally make the requirement for organizations to comprehend the open doors and dangers identified with environmental change and to create practical plans of action that implant ecological, social and financial standards at vital, administrative and operational levels while meeting partner's expectations. Our concentrate is on furnishing our customers with dynamic administration offerings that are customized to their prerequisites in view of their demography, area, and customer particular issues. The standards, models, rules, systems, and apparatuses used to give these administrations are comprehensively acknowledged, tried after some time, and are refreshed on a ceaseless partner

Important Keywords

Sustainability Conferences; Climate Change Meetings; Sustainability Climate Change Events

Track 14: Pollution & its Effects on Climate

Condition Pollution and Climate Change' is a global, open access explore diary that converses few issues, related dangers, remediation strategies and procedures relating to air, water, soil, commotion, warm, radioactive and light contaminations and environmental change. This companion assessed diary reports unique and novel research perceptions with respect to ecological contamination and environmental change along these lines adding to the new learning option in the field. Sustainability comprehensively implies adjusting monetary, social and natural frameworks so one 'framework' does not antagonistically affect the other two. Long haul changes in the normal climate designs/temperature. Regularly utilized reciprocally with 'A worldwide temperature alteration "or "Green House Gas Effect" states and is connected to an artificial quickening of the measure of CO2 delivered internationally. This graph to outlines the verifiable ascent in ozone-harming substance discharges throughout the hundreds of years.

Important Keywords

Pollution Conferences; Environmental Pollution Change Meetings; Pollution Events

Track 15:  Pollution Control

Pollution is it a protracted recipe to apply it with substantial apparatus on a long haul premise with hello there fi specialized aptitude? Obviously not, it's commitment to every last one of us to assume his or her part for the relief of natural corruption at individual and aggregate levels. Along these lines, our unending endeavours could expedite the adjustment in the earth of our world. We know extremely well that contamination is a danger; it is so destructive forever and soundness of people. A large number of individuals all around the word specifically or in a roundabout way get influenced by this dim reality and thousands bite the dust of this revile yearly. In addition, world economy endures misfortunes of billions of dollars attributable to this all-unavoidable danger. Regardless of this, we are not paying notice to this major issue.

Important Keywords

Pollution Control  Conferences; Pollution Control Meetings; Pollution Control Events

Track 16: Climate Change and Migration

Natural components have long affected worldwide movement streams, as individuals have truly left places with cruel or breaking down conditions. Be that as it may, the size of such streams, both inward and cross-outskirt, is required to ascend because of quickened environmental change, with exceptional effects on lives and jobs. Such movement can have positive and negative impacts on both the nearby adapting limit and the earth in territories from which these vagrants begin, and in addition to their transitory or perpetual destinations. Migration, environmental change, and the earth are interrelated. Similarly, as natural corruption and fiascos can cause relocation, development of individuals can likewise involve noteworthy consequences for encompassing biological communities

Important Keywords

Climate Migration Conferences; Climate Migration Meetings; Climate Change and Migration Events

Track 17: Climate Change and Coastal Stressors

Physical, substance and organic stressors are real parts of the condition that, when changed by human or different exercises, can bring about corruption to regular assets. Waterfront environments the real dangers to biodiversity are various, with atmosphere stressors being very much recorded as a noteworthy risk. Because of present populace development and improvement, seaside regions worldwide are under in-wrinkling stress. Beachfront ranges are key central focuses for a way of life and economy. Waterfront administration will be pointed essentially at neighbourhood government, which is in charge of overseeing extensive ranges of open seaside arrive and shorelines, and safeguarding the qualities and convenience that make a significant number of these territories so valuable.

Important Keywords

Coastal Stressors Conferences; Climate Change Meetings;  Coastal Stressors Events

Track 18: CO2 Responsible Climate Change

Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the essential ozone-depleting substance discharged through human exercises. In 2013, CO2 represented around 82% of all U.S. ozone-harming substance outflows from human exercises. Carbon dioxide is normally present in the climate as a major aspect of the Earth's carbon cycle (the common flow of carbon among the environment, seas, soil, plants, and creatures .In any case, outflows and evacuation of CO2 by these normal procedures tend to adjust.

Important Keywords

Carbon dioxide (CO2) Conferences; Climate Change Meetings; CO2 Events

Track 19: Renewable Energy to Mitigate Climate Change

Vitality is stored in a scope of vitality sources, which can be non-inexhaustible or sustainable. Inexhaustible wellsprings of vitality are those that can be refilled in a brief timeframe, instead of non-sustainable wellsprings of energy. Renewable wellsprings of vitality today influence an irrelevant contribution to add up to vitality to utilize, contrasted with that of non-inexhaustible sources. A scope of boundaries hampers the far-reaching arrangement of sustainable power source technologies. This broad report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) gives an evaluation and investigation of inexhaustible advancements and their potential part in alleviating atmosphere change challenges of coordination, specialized viewpoints, potential and similar cost of the accompanying six sustainable advances.

Important Keywords

Renewable Energy Conferences; Mitigate Climate Change Meetings; Renewable Energy Events

Track 20: Solutions for Climate Change

The tremendousness of a dangerous atmospheric deviation can demoralize and discouraging. What would one be able to an individual, or even one country, do without anyone else to moderate and switch environmental change?  Fortunately, we know precisely what should be done to stop environmental change - and the innovations we require as of now exist. With the correct arrangements at national and nearby levels, we would have the capacity to send them on a vast scale.

Important Keywords

Solutions of Climate ChangeConferences; Climate Change Meetings; Climate Change Events

 Track 21: CO2 Capture and Sequestration

Carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and sequestration (CCS) could play an important role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions while enabling low-carbon electricity generation from power plants. Carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and sequestration (CCS) can significantly reduce emissions from large stationary sources of CO2, which include coal- and natural-gas-fired power plants, as well as certain industry types such as ethanol and natural gas processing plants.

Important Keywords

CO2 capture and Sequestration Conferences;  CO2 Capture Meetings; CO2 Events

Track 22: Climate Change Economics

Temperature ascends because of environmental change may profoundly harm the worldwide economy and moderate development in the coming decades if nothing is done to moderate the pace of warming, as indicated by new research. The analysts behind the examination, distributed in the diary Nature, found that temperature change because of unmitigated a worldwide temperature alteration will leave worldwide GDP per capita 23% lower in 2100 than it would be with no warming. "We're fundamentally discarding cash by not tending to the issue," said Marshall Burke, an aide teacher at Stanford University. "We see our investigation as giving a gauge of the advantages of decreasing discharges."

Important Keywords

Climate Economics Conferences; Climate Change Meetings; Climate Economics Events

Track 23: Climate Change & Health

In the course of the most recent 50 years, human exercises – especially the consuming of petroleum derivatives – have discharged adequate amounts of carbon dioxide and other nursery gasses to trap extra warmth in the lower environment and influence the worldwide climate. Although an Earth-wide temperature boost may bring some confined advantages, for example, fewer winter passings in calm atmospheres and expanded nourishment creation in specific territories, the general wellbeing impacts of a changing atmosphere are probably going to be overwhelmingly negative. Environmental change influences social and ecological determinants of wellbeing – clean air, safe drinking water, adequate nourishment and secure safe house. 

Important Keywords

Climate Change & Health Conferences; Climate Change& Health Meetings; Climate Health Events

Track  24: Space Monitoring of Climate Variables

It is a physical, creation or common variable or a social event of associated factors that on a very basic level adds to the depiction of Earth' s air. Datasets give the correct affirmation anticipated that would grasp and predict the improvement of the environment, to oversee balance and change measures, to assess risks and enable attribution of air events to crucial causes, and to help climate organizations. They are required to help made by the UNFCCC and the IPCC.Passive sensors and their applications Passive satellite sensors measure the normal radiation (or vitality) that is reflected or discharged by objects. Taking a gander at the Earth from space there are two essential wellsprings of vitality that might be measured by such instruments: vitality from the sun which has been reflected by the Earth (which might be alluded to as sun oriented, or shortwave radiation (i.e. light)), and the warm discharge from the Earth These satellite estimations, together with other autonomous perceptions, join to give the proof to atmosphere change The European Space Agency has focused on delivering informational collections of Essential Climate factors through its Climate Change Initiative program. The program concentrates on the factors that it can best cover utilizing ESA satellite information, which are as of now:

Important Keywords

Space Monitoring Conferences; Climate Variables Meetings; SpaceEvent

Market Analysis

Climate Change and Global warming: 

 Social affair is a discourse to research issues of basic stress and furthermore exchange learning, share evidence and contemplations, and make courses of action. The social event is tied in with progressing overall Climate issues and pushed propels used to control and direct the tainting. This meeting fuses distinctive Environment of defilements, green house impacts on the earth, Climate Chance assessment, and pushed control strategies. 

The Conference joins authorities, examiners, analysts and understudies from all regions of Basic science, Chemical building, Earth and planetary sciences, Ecology, Environmental science, Environmental toxicology, Bioremediation and Public prosperity, Occupational and mechanical security. 

One of the genuine examples in the market is the progression of as good as can be expected Climate control systems/outfit with redesigned faithful quality and reduced power use; fast changes in the overall condition due to non-renewable energy source consuming and mechanical activities foreseen to change overall air. As demonstrated by the report, extended enthusiasm for control is one of the essential issue driving the market. Coal-based power plants release a far reaching volume of pernicious gasses into the earth. This has made the need to present and get overall pollution control outfit in plants. The specialists guess the Global Pollution market to create at a CAGR of 6.47% over the period 2014-2019.




Condition is constituted by the partner structures of physical, natural and social segments between related in various courses, independently and all around. These segments may be cleared up as under: (1) Physical segments are as space, landforms, water bodies, climate soils, rocks and minerals. They choose the variable character of the human regular environment, its odds and furthermore obstacles. (2) Biological segments Organic parts, for instance, plants, animals, microorganisms and men constitute the biosphere. (3) Cultural parts Social segments, for instance, money related, social and political segments are fundamentally manufactured features, which make social milieu Significance of Environment Studies: the earth considers light up us, about the importance of protection and safeguarding of our careless entry of tainting into the earth. At exhibit an uncommon number of condition issues, have created in size and unconventionality well ordered, undermining the survival of mankind on earth. We find out about these issues other than and convincing suggestions in the Environment Studies.


Target Audience:

Target Audience for Climate Change 2018 will be personnel from both industrial and academic fields which include; Directors/Managers, Head of Departmental, Presidents/Vice Presidents, CEO, Research Scholars and students from the related fields


Conference Highlights:

  • Environmental Pollution
  • Pollution Sources & Effects
  • Global warming 
  • Ocean and Climate change
  • Pollution Analysis
  • Pollution Ecology & Toxicology
  • Environmental Protection
  • Human Impact on the Environment
  • Environmental Sustainability and Development
  • Pollution Solutions
  • Recycling & Waste Management
  • Bioenergy and Biofuels
  • Risk assessment
  • Trending Market in Pollution Control 


Why to Attend??


Climate Congress 2018 conference will feature 14 technical sessions, a poster session, exhibit hall, keynotes lectures and Special feature includes student workshop.


Climate Congress 2018 is a perfect platform for environmentalists, researchers, scientists, decision makers and students to come together, compare findings, and discuss the science of the future. Share your research with an engaged audience of your peers from around the globe. Learn from scientific trail blazers who are designing more sustainable processes for achieving a pollution controlled environment.


Noble laureates, Presidents, Vice-presidents, Deans, Chairs, Co-chairs, Department Heads, Environmentalists, Researchers, PhD Students, Non-PhD Students, etc.. Vendors will have the opportunity to introduce the latest advancements in Environmental pollution control technologies to a diverse audience by becoming a conference sponsor via exhibits or workshops.


Academia  41%

Researchers  25%

Industries  20%

Students  12%

Others  3%


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Environmental Sciences based Universities in Europe

University of Oxford | University of Cambridge | Delft University of Technology |  Ecol Polytechnique Fédérale de | Stockholm University | Technical University of Denmark | Lund University | UCL(University College London) | Aarhus University | Lancaster University     RWTH Aachen University | University of Aberdeen  | University of Birmingham |  University of Bristol | The University of Exeter | Ghent University | University of Helsinki | University of Leeds | University of Reading | University of Southampton | Uppsala University | Utrecht University | Radboud  University | Norwegian University of Science And Technology | Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences | Universidad Autónoma de Madrid | Universität Bremen Albert-Ludwigs-Universitaet Freiburg | University of Vienna | Université Pierre et Marie Curie | University of Liverpool | Plymouth University | Aalborg University | Charles University| Christian-Albrechts-University zu Kie | Eberhard Karls Universität  Tübingen | Loughborough University | Queen's University Belfas | Lomonosov Moscow State University | Cranfield University | Cardiff University | Bangor University | University of Zurich          

Climate Change and Global Warming based Universities in Asia

National University of Singapore (NUS) | Tsinghua University | The University of Tokyo  Peking University | Seoul National University | National Taiwan University (NTU) | Kyoto University | Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) | Shanghai Jiao Tong University | KAIST - Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology | The University of Hong Kong  National Taiwan University | Sun Yat-sen University | Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur | Kasetsart University |  National Tsing Hua University | Pusan National UniversitySungkyunkwan | University King Abdullah | Taiwan University of Science and Technology | Hong Kong Baptist University | Dalian University of Technology | China Agricultural University | Kebangsaan Malaysia University | University of Tsukuba |  Osaka University | Kyushu University | Indian Institute of Technology Bombay  | Indian Institute of Science Asian Institute of Technology | University of Science and Technology of China | University Teknologi | Malaysia University | Putra Malaysia Tokyo Institute of Technology Tohoku University | Pohang University of Science And Technology | National Cheng Kung University Korea University | Hokkaido University| Hanyang University  | Fudan University | Chulalongkorn University | Beijing Normal University | The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology  |  Shanghai Jiao Tong University  | Kyoto University | Yale University | University of California | The University of Queensland

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University of California--Berkeley | Stanford University | Bren School of Environmental Science & Management  | State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry         | Huxley College of the Environment | University of Michigan   | University of California, Davis    | Yale University | University of Wisconsin-Madison | University of Colorado Boulder | Columbia University | Johns Hopkins University | Princeton University | University of California, Los Angeles  | McGill University | Arizona State University | University of Washington  | University of California-Irvine  | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | University of Minnesota-Duluth | Texas A & M University-College Station | University of Minnesota  | University of Florida  | California State University  | Appalachian State University  | Iowa State University | Dominican University | University of Texas | Saint Cloud State University | Michigan Technological University   | University of Massachusetts   | University of North Texas | University of Montana Missoula   | University of Nebraska-Lincoln  | University of Ottawa | Brown University  | Dalhousie University   | University du Québec    | University of Delaware | University of Southern California | Florida State University | Laval University     | McMaster University  | University of Hawai'i at Mania  | Texas A&M University   | Pennsylvania State University | University of Missouri, Columbia   | University of New Mexico  | University of Oklahoma       

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University of Oklahoma | Stellenbosch University | Rhodes University | University of Pretoria | University of the Western Cape

Environmental Sciences Jobs in USA

Biological field technician   | environmental project manager  |  sustainability program analyst   | ecological principal scientist consultant | environmental restoration specialist  | senior international scientist  | environmental engineer | lead environmental specialist  | air quality & climate change principal consultant | project environmental geologist | senior plant ecologist/plant biologist | agricultural program engineer | geologist/hydro geologist | environmental scientist   | natural resource specialist  | water resources engineer  | acoustic ecologist postdoctoral researcher | environmental technician | research officer  | marine habitation resource specialist  | senior aeromechanics engineer  | biological field technician   | ecological principal scientist consultant  | senior energy analyst, climate and energy program  | stream restoration specialist | early career environmental engineer  | wildlife biologist iv  | jr. Geologist  | agricultural inspector  | field inspector  | stormwater outreach specialist  | energy consultant | natural area reserves specialist | staff environmental specialist | environmental health & safety technician | plant operator trainee  | water quality specialist | environmental permitting and compliance specialist   | science communications coordinator  | junior research specialist  |

Environmental Sciences Jobs in Europe

Senior Policy and Advocacy Adviser (Climate Change & Environment) | Senior Air Quality Officer | Environmental Impact Assessment Officer | Programmer Manager, Mobility Management  | Grant Planning and Reporting Manager | Managing Director    | Senior Director, Networks & Development   | Senior Research Officer  | Strategic Director  | Research Analyst - Technology disruptions in Agriculture and Food | Ethics and Integrity Specialist - Plant Science | Landscape Assistant | Senior Project Manager | Senior Lecturer in Landscape Planning with Specialization in Landscape Theory | Environmental Advisor  | Rural Programmer Co-Ordinate   | Technical Compliance Manager   | Environmental Consultant  | Access to Training Officer  | Curriculum Team Leader Built Environment | University Special Projects Manager | Nuclear Inspector | Cyber Security and Information Assurance  | Cultural Programmer Manager  | Environmental Advisor  | Energy Specialist | Network Manager, Food Systems Network  | Policy Researchers | Energy & Sustainability Manager, Facilities Management | Business Development Executive - Renewable Energy  | Environment Planning & Engagement Manager  | Nematologist  | Science and Standard Director  | Ocean Environmental Technical Specialist | Crude Oil Transport and Refining technologist | Deputy Lab Manager - Inorganic Chemistry-Water-SE    | Marine Environment Technical Lead  | SHE Officer- Health and Safety  | Junior Climate Change and Sustainability Consultant | Senior Policy & Advocacy Adviser – Climate Change & Environment | Fisheries Science Programmer  Co-ordinate   |

Environmental Sciences Jobs in Asia

Microfinance  Assessment Consultancy | Coastal and Ocean Governance Consultant |  Track Research Scientist | Ocean Biogeochemical Modeler |  Marine Chemistry | Geochemistry  |Hematologists  | Crude Oil Transport and Refining technologist | Science and Standard Director | Ocean Environmental Technical Specialist | Director | Forests Manager | Technical Writer | Communications Officer | Technical Specialist - Climate Change | Economist | Ecosystems | Senior Programmer Management Officer  | Biodiversity Conservation Specialist | Agricultural Officer | Research Associate | Energy and National Security Program | Sustainable Urban Mobility | Eco Mobility Program Manager  | Geospatial Consultant  | Senior Associate, Palm Oil   | Research Knowledge and Data Manager | Senior Associate |  Senior Manager, Investor Engagement, Water Program | Water Program | Food and Capital Markets | Federal Policy Program Intern |  Logistics Coordinator on International Expeditions | Global Environment Challenges | Environment, Culture & Society | Environmental Economics |

Environmental Sciences Jobs in Africa

Waste Management Project Officer | Resourcing & Quality Manager  | Energy & Sustainability Manager | Facilities Management | Customer Service Officer | Entry Level Sales - Recycling Advisor | Sustainability Trainee Recruitment Consultant | Energy Specialist | Commercial Analyst – Energy |  Cleaning technology | Communication Manager | Policy Researchers | Photovoltaic Specialist | Manager| Corporate Advisory | Markets Transformation | Senior Ecologist | Principal Ecologist | Field Instructor | Senior Aquatic Ecologist | Technical Advisor | Wildlife Trafficking | Pacific Ocean Policy Advisor | Project Officer | Marine Plastics & Coastal Communities project | Turbine Loads | Operability Engineer | Terrestrial Ecologist | Photovoltaic Specialist | Land and Wastewater Engineer | Senior Aquatic Ecologist | Wind Turbine Tech | Experienced Solar Service Technician | Renewable Energy Campaigner | Population and Sustainability Program | Wind Technician | Energy Storage Origination and Development |

Climate Change and Global Warming Societies in Africa

Kenya Forestry Research Institute | Cape nature | Eastern Cape Parks   | Ezemvelo Kzn Wildlife   | Kenya Marine And Fisheries Research Institute | Kano State Environmental Planning And Protection Agency  | Kenya Meteorological Department  | Cape Town Ecology Group | Dolphin Action & Protection Group | The Earth Organization  | Earth life Africa   | Endangered Wildlife Trust   | Ethekwini Eco peace  | Groundwork | Natural Justice: Lawyers For Communities And The Environment | Wildlife & Environment Society | Energy Portal Energy Regulatory Commission | State Department Of Agriculture, Ministry Of Agriculture, Livestock And Fisheries | State Department Of Fisheries | Water Resources Management Authority  | Water Sector, Ministry Of Environment, Water And Natural Resources  | Afforestation Agricultural Livestock Improvement And Soil Conservation Programme (Faliascop) | Africa Fight Against Desert Encroachment (Fade) | Africa Network For Animal Welfare | Africa clean Network  | African Biodiversity Institute (Abi) | African Biodiversity Network (Abn) | African Center For Technology Studies (Acts) | African Council For Communication Education (Acce) | African Council Of Religious Leaders (Acrl-Rfp) | African Foundation (Farmapu-Inter & Cecotrap-Rcogl) | African Population And Health Research Center (Aphrc) | African Urban Management Institute | African Wildlife Foundation | Agency For Co-Operation And Research In Development | All Africa Council Of Churches | Appui Pour La Valorisation Et La Promotion Des Initiatives Privées  | Arab Office Of Youth And Environment (Aoye) | Association Pour L'integration Et Le Developement Durable Au Burundi (Aidb) | Association Des Femmes Africaines Integres Pour La Recherche Et Le Developpement | Association Pour La Recherche Sur Le Climate Et L’ environment (Arce) | Carbone Guinée | Catholic Youth Network For Environmental Sustainability In Africa (Cynesa) | Centre De Recherches Et D’education Pour Le Développement (Crepd) | Centre For Environment Justice And Development | Centre For Human Rights And Climate Change Research | Climate Network Africa | Cohort For Research On Environment, Urban Management And Human Settlement | Day Hospital Institute For Development And Rehabilitation Development Indian Ocean Network | Earth care Africa | Eastern Africa Environmental Network | Ecological Restorations | Energy, Environment and Development Network for Africa (AFREPEN/FWD) | Environment Liaison Center International (ELCI)  | Federation of Environmental and Ecological) | International Center for Environmental, Social and Policy Studies (ICESPS) | International Center for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF)  International Centre for Environmental Education and Community Development (ICENECDEV) | International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) | International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) | Labour, Health and Human Rights Development Centre | Les Amis de La Terre - Tog | Light and Power Centre World Outreach | Mauritius Council for Development, Environmental Studies & Conservation (Maudesco) | Mohammed VI Foundation for Environmental Protection | ONG Agir en Faveur de l'Environnement (ONG AFE) | Outreach Social Care Project | Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) | Reproductive Health Uganda (RHU) | Reseau pour L’Environnment et le Development Durable en Afire | Réseau Femmes Africaine Pour Le Developpement Durable (REFADD) | Réseau Ouest-Africain Green Belt Movement | Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development | Uganda Environmental Education Foundation (UEEF) | Uganda Wildlife Society | United States International University (USIU-Africa) | Welfare Togo | Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA) | Women Environmental Programm

Climate Change and Global Warming Societies in Asia-Pacific

Greenpeace East Asia | Global Green Growth Institute | Rainforest Foundation Norway All China Environment Federation (ACEF) | Asia Indigenous Peoples’ Pact (AIPP) | Asian Environmental Society  | Association of Protection of Environment and Culture (APEC) | Center For Environmental Concerns-Philippines, INC. (CEC) | Center for Environment and Sustainable Development (CESDI) | Center for Science and Environment | Center for Science and Technology of the Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries | Clean Up the World|Community Initiatives for Development in Pakistan (CIDP)| Consumer Unity and Trust Society (CUTS) | Dalit Welfare Association (DWA) | Development Alternatives | Development Horizon Foundation (DHF) | Earth Council China/Oriental Environmental Institute | Ecumenical Coalition on Tourism - ECOT (Formerly Ecumenical Coalition on Third World Tourism - ECTWT) | Empower | Future Forest | Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA) | Global Environment Centre| Global Voices (GV) | IBON International Foundation | Independent Ecological Expertise | India Water Foundation | Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) | Institute for Sustainable Futures| International Association of Ports and Harbours (IAPH) | International Lake Environment Committee Foundation (ILEC)| International Society for Environmental Education | Island Sustainability Alliance CI | Japan Association for the United Nations Environment Programme | LEAD Pakistan | Institute of Development Studies | NGO Federation of Nepal (NFN) | National Youth Achievement Award (NYAA) | New World Hope Organisation (NWHO) | Nippon Marks | Rural Area Development Programme (RADP)|Rural Educational Development and Welfare Organization (REDWO) | Sadayanodai Ilaignar Narpani Mandran (SINAM) | Shakhes Pajooh International Engineering Research Institute of Natural Hazards | Society for Conservation and Protection of Environment (SCOPE) | Society of Entrepreneurs & Ecology (SEE) | South Asian Forum for Environment (SAFE) | Tebtebba Foundation Indigenous Peoples International Policy Research and Education | Terre Policy Centre | Thailand Environment Institute (TEI) | The Environmental and Social Development Organization | The National Forum for Environment and Health | The Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (PIFS) | Third World Network | Universal Versatile Society | Women & Child Welfare Society | Women Organizing for Change in Agriculture and Natural Resource Management (WOCAN) | World Muslim Congress (WMC) | World Toilet Organization | World Youth Foundation | Youth for Action |

Climate Change and Global Warming Societies in Europe

International Forestry Students’ Association | International Humanitarian Public Foundation ZNANIE | International Hydropower Association | International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)/Earthscan | International Institute for Law and the Environment /Instituto Internacional de Derechoy Medio Ambiente (IIDMA)/(IILE) | International Law Association|International Organization of Employers | International POPs Elimination Network (IPEN) | International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation (IPIECA)|  International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) | International Public Organisation (Ecoproject Partnership) | International Public Relations Association | International Risk Governance Council, IRGC | International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)| International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) | Minority Rights Group International | Natural Environment Research Council - Centre for Ecology and Hydrology | Network of Regional Governments for Sustainable Development (nrg4SD) | Norges Miljovernforbund (Green Warriors of Norway | OceanCare | Office International de l’Eau | PanEco Foundation for Sustainable Development and Intercultural Exchange (PanEco Stiftung) | Pax Romana - The International Catholic Movement for Intellectual and Cultural Affairs | Peace Child International | Planet Earth Institute (PEI)|Plastic Soup Foundation | Practical Action | Regional Environmental Centre For Central Asia (CAREC) | Regional Environmental Centre for the Caucasus (REC)| Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21) | Renewable Energy and Environmental Conservation in Developing Countries | Russian Association of Indigenous Peoples of the North (RAIPON) | Russian National Committee for UNEP (UNEPCOM) | Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) | Society for International Development (SID) | Soroptimist International | Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future | Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP)| Stop Ivory | Surfrider Foundation Europe (SFE) | Sustain labour Foundation - International Labour Foundation for Sustainable Development | Labour, Health and Human Rights Development Centre | TRAFFIC International | Women for Water Partnership (WfWP)| World Animal Protection | World Association of Girl Guides and Girls Scouts (WAGGGS) |World Business Council for Sustainable Development | World Council of Churches (WCC) | World Farmers’ Organization (WFO) | World Federation of Engineering Organizations/Fédération Mondiale des Organisations d’Ingénieurs | World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA) | World Future Council (WFC)   | World Organization of the Scout Movement (World Scout Movement) | World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) | Youth and Environment Europe (YEE) | Youth for Development and Co-operation | Zoï Environment Network | Bellona Foundation |

Climate Change and Global Warming Societies in USA

Americas Business Council Foundation (abc* Foundation) | Atlantic States Legal Foundation (ASLF) | Baha'i International Community | Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University | Canadian Labour Congress | Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs (CCEIA) | Center for International Environment Law (CIEL) | Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) | Conservation International Foundation | Conservation and Management International (C&MI) | Coordinating Board of Jewish Organizations  | Defenders of Wildlife (DOW) | Earth Council Alliance (ECA) | Earth Council – Canada/Harmony Foundation of Canada| Earth Council – USA/Earth Council Foundation USA | Earth Day Network | Earth Island Institute |Earthaction | Earthcorps | Environment Action Association (EAA) | Environmental Defense | Environmental Health Fund (EHF) | Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) | Environmental Law Institute | Environmental Pulse Institute (EPI) | Global Dairy Platform Inc (GDP) | Global Footprint Network | Global Foundation for Democracy and Development (GFDD) | Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruptin (GOPAC) |HEIFER International | Heart International | Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development (IGSD) | International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) | International Council of Women | International Fund for Animal Welfare | International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) | International Law Institute | International Nuclear Societies Council (INSC) | International Pesticide and Control Task Force | International Plant Nutrition Institute | Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC) | Island Resources Foundation | MADRE|Mercury Policy Project/Tides Center | National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) | Natural Resources Defense Council | New Psalmist Baptist Church and Sankofa Community Development (NPBC) | Ocean Conservancy | Parliamentarians for Global Action (PGA)| Population Institute (PI)| Population Media Centre | Public Awareness Education Programs (PAEP)|Pure Earth formerly called Blacksmith Institute (BI) | Quaker Earthcare Witness (QEW) | RARE Inspiring Conservation |Rotary International | Servicios Ecumenicos para Reconciliacion y Reconstruccion | Sierra Club | Sustain US Inc.| Taking IT Global | Terre des Jeunes | The International Association of Lions Clubs | The International Council on Metals and the Environment | The Millennium Institute | The Nature Conservancy | The Northern Forum | The United Church of Canada | US Council for International Business (USCIB) | United Nations Association in Canada (UNA-Canada) |  University Corporation for Atmospheric Research | Water Environment Federation | Whale Center |Wildlife Direct | Women's Environment and Development Organization (WEDO)  | Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC) | World Animal Net (WAN) | World Environment Center (WEC) | World Federalist Movement | World Harmony Foundation | World Institute for a Sustainable Humanity – Hellas (AWISH Hellas) | World Population Society| (WPS) | World Resources Institute (WRI)  | World watch Institute  Asociación Civil Red Ambiental |

Climate Change and Global Warming Journals in USA

Earth and Planetary Science | Climate Dynamics | Journal of Geophysical Research | Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems | Geophysical Research | Earth Interactions | Earth and Planetary Science | Geophysical Journal International | Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences| Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology | Global and Planetary Change| Boundary Layer Meteorology | Advances in Atmospheric Sciences | Quaternary Science | Climate of the Past| The Holocene  | Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology | RadiocarbonJournal of Physical Oceanography | Journal of Marine Systems | Marine Chemistry | Marine Geology | Journal of Hydrology | Annals of Glaciology   | Exploration Geophysics | Earth Interactions | Storm Brews Over Global Warming | Climate Research: an article unleashed worldwide storms | Advances in Atmospheric Sciences | Agricultural and Forest Meteorology| Atmosphere | Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics  | Atmospheric Research |  Boundary-Layer Meteorology | Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society | Climate Dynamics  | Climate Research| Climatic Change | International Journal of Biometeorology | Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology | Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology | Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences| Journal of Climate | Journal of Geophysical Research: section D (Atmospheres)  | Journal of Hydrometeorology | Meteorological Monographs |

Climate Change and Global Warming Journals in Europe

Meteorologische Zeitschrift  | National Weather Digest | Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society | Tellus. Series A: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography | Tellus. Series B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology |   Weather and Forecasting | Geochemistry | Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin   |  Andean Geology | Atlantic Geology | Bulletin of Volcanology  | Bulletin of the Seismological Society of Europe | Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences | Earth and Planetary Science Letters | Earth Surface Processes and Landforms | GeoArabia |  Geologica Acta  | Geological Society of Bulletin | Geology  |Geophysical Journal International | International Journal of Earth Sciences | International Journal of Speleology |Journal of African Earth Sciences | Journal of Geology Journal of Geophysical Research: sections B (Solid Earth), F (Earth Surface), G (Biogeosciences) | Journal of Sedimentary Research | Journal of Structural Geology | Journal of Earth Sciences   | Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research | Norwegian Journal of Geology | Precambrian Research | Revista de la Asociación Geológica Argentina | Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Geológicas | Scripta Geologica | Sedimentary Geology| Sedimentology | South African Journal of Geology | Astronomy & Geophysics | Geofísica Internacional  | Geophysical Journal International | Geophysical Research Letters | Geophysics  | Journal of Geophysical Research | Journal of Geophysics and Engineering| Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors| Reviews of Geophysics | Journal of Hydrology |

Climate Change and Global Warming Journals in Asia

Deep Sea Research | Journal of Geophysical Research: section C (Oceans) | Journal of Marine Systems | Journal of Physical Oceanography |  Ocean Science | Paleoceanography | Progress in Oceanography | Climate and weather statistics‎ | Climate change‎ | Climate change science‎ | Climate forcing‎ | Climate history‎ |  Climate institutions and programs‎ Climate of Mars‎ | Climate patterns‎ | Climatology journals‎ | Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica | Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment | Annual Review of Environment and Resources | Arctic (journal)|Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research  | Atmospheric Environment| Carbon Balance and Management | Climate Research (journal)  | Global Environmental Change | Energy and Environmental Science | Environment International | Environmental Development| Environmental Modelling & Software | Environmental Pollution (journal) | Environmental Research | Environmental Research Letters | Environmental Science & Technology  | Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts | Environmental Sciences | Estuaries and Coasts | Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics  | Journal of Cleaner Production  | Journal of Education for Sustainable Development  | Journal of Environmental Biology | Journal of Environmental Quality | Journal of Environmental Radioactivity | Journal of Green Building  | Journal of Industrial Ecology | Journal of the IEST |

Climate Change and Global Warming Journals in Africa

Polar Science | Primate Conservation | Science of the Total Environment | Environment International | Environmental Health | Environmental Health and Preventive Medicine | Environmental Health Perspectives | Environmental Politics | Environmental Research | Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology | Journal of Environmental Science and Health | Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology | Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene | Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine | Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health |

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