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The World Conference on Climate Change & Sustainability (Climate Week 2022) with theme of Advancing the Global efforts on Climate Transparency, offers an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of the impact of climate change and global warming in the global context. This conference is the foremost global forum for multilateral discussion of climate change matters, and have an incredibly busy schedule.
Climate Week 2022 will be bringing together a range of key actors from institutions, governments, cities and communities, the private sector, and civil society, including young minds, from all over the world, to make the world more climate-resilient.
You’ll have the chance to meet other Climate Leaders and build a network of fellow activists to support you in the work ahead. Because we’re all in this fight together – and that’s how we’ll win. Together
The stated goal of the conference is to “to provide a discussion forum for global leaders undertaking research on climate and climate change in an array of disciplines, including atmospheric, biological, earth and ocean sciences, social sciences and environment.”
As Vice President Gore likes to say, “We must, we can, and we will solve the climate crisis.” At the conference, you’ll learn how acting now to swiftly transition from dirty fossil fuels to clean energy can dramatically limit global warming.
This Climate Week 2022 would have people from all walks of life – from scientists, researchers, doctors, educators, and police makes, industrialists, students, academics, and social workers – and provide a unique platform, which leads them an exceptional leader in the field of climate change. The meeting that would kick off in August 2022 will focus on how to phrase key takeaways, such as how quickly the Earth is barreling toward the 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) warming threshold set by the Paris climate agreement in order to avoid the most catastrophic effects of global warming. Here’s just a sampling of some of the things you’ll learn at our three-day meeting:
Escola Politécnica of Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Pedro Luiz Pizzigatti Corrêa is Associate Professor at Escola Politécnica of Universidade de São Paulo (EPUSP) - Department of Computer and Digital Systems since 2003. He graduated in Bachelor of Computer Science (ICMC / USP, 1987) with PhD in Electrical Engineering (EPUSP / 2002 ). Post-doctorate at University of Tennessee of Knoxville (UTK) School of Information Science, Climate Change Science Institute of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (CCSI / ORNL) and United States Geological Survey (USGS) (UTK – 2015). He was fellow of the Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico, CNPq, Brazil. He was a consultant on Integration of Information Systems and Data Base of the Ministry of Environment (MMA, 2012-2013). He was responsible to the development of Brazil Biodiversity Data Portal (portaldabiodiversidade.icmbio.gov.br). He was fellow of UNDP (United Nations Development Programme BRA/97/001) in Modernization Program - Coordinator of Information Systems in São Paulo State Finance (UNDP 1998-2002). He was software engineering of Accurate Software, responsible for development of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) software (2002-2007). He was Researcher level II from Centro Nacional de Pesquisa em Informática - CNPTIA – from Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária (EMBRAPA, 1999-2002).
Zeg Technologies & Environmental, Brazil
Andre Tchernobilsky is an entrepreneur in sustainability projects and CEO & founder of ZEG Technologies & Environmental and BioGuard Technologies. He has attended an MBA in Finance at the Jack Welch Business School in Luxembourg and Mechatronics Engineering. He started his professional life over 20 years ago in the automotive sector where he has always had a prominent role in the areas of innovation and projects, having as his last position the global management of projects, allocated in the European technological centre of Delphi Automotive – Thermal Division. When he returned to Brazil in 2010, he directed his career to the waste and renewable energy generation market, working on projects aimed at circular and low carbon economies, always seeking to promote social and environmental impact to society. After a sabbatical period studying technologies applied to the waste sector, he saw the opportunity to undertake recycling projects and “Waste to Energy”, founding ZEG Environmental and ZEG Technologies. He has helped to develop a waste energy recovery system that solves the problem of “landfills” in Brazil.
Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece
Prof. Phoebe Koundouri is a world-renowned environmental economics professor and global leader in sustainable development. She is widely recognized as a pioneer in innovative, human-centric, interdisciplinary systems for the sustainable interaction between nature, society, and the economy. Prof. Koundouri is listed as the most cited women economist in the world, with 15 published books and more than 465 published peer-reviewed scientific articles, book chapters, and reports.
She is a University Professor (the university’s highest academic rank) at the School of Economics, Athens University of Economics and Business, an elected fellow of the World Academy of Art & Science, and the President-elect of the European Association of Environmental and Natural Resource Economists for the period 2019-2025 (EAERE) with more than 1200 scientific member institutions, from more than 75 different countries).
She is the Founder and Scientific Director of the Research Laboratory on Socio-Economic and Environmental Sustainability.
State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ), Brazil
Ronaldo Seroa da Motta is Professor of Economics of the Environment and Natural Resources of the State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ). Former Coordinator of Regulation and Environment Studies of IPEA, Former Director of the National Aviation Agency for Research and International Relations, Former Director of Environmental Policies of the Ministry of Environment. IPCC / AR5 / WGIII / Ch15. It mainly works in the following subjects: valuation and environmental economic regulation.
He has conducted diverse projects relating to environmental policy, market mechanisms, economic valuation, social accounting of natural resources, and distributional effects and economics of environmental regulation. Additionally, he has conducted research for World Bank projects, has been the regional coordinator for Latin America for a UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme) project, and has been the Brazilian coordinator for Environmental Accounting of Forests project of FAO/United Nations.
Chief Executive Officer at Kuumo E.V., Germany
Dr. Michael Dutschke has been working on climate change, renewable energy, land use, nature preservation, and rural economics for the last two decades. He has advised numerous governments, enterprises, and non-governmental organizations on the international climate change process and project-based mitigation activities. He is the author and editor of a good number of academic books and scholarly articles.
At present, he is working as Climate Protection Manager at the city council of the medium-sized city of Lahr / Germany, where his task is to reduce local emissions creating synergies in all sectors, including public administration, industry, commerce, and private households.
Emeritus, University of Edinburgh
Stephen Hugh Salter is an Emeritus Professor of Engineering Design at the University of Edinburgh and inventor of the eponymous Salter duck wave energy device. Salter is also a proponent of geoengineering and is responsible for creating the concept of the mechanical enhancement of clouds to achieve cloud reflectivity enhancement. The wide tank at the University of Edinburgh — a novel design and invention by Stephen Salter, built-in 1977 — was the world's first multi-directional wave tank equipped with absorbing wavemakers. Feedback control systems on the wave-making flaps were used for the absorption of reflected waves, propagating along the water surface of the tank interior towards the 89 flaps. Stephen Salter is a Specialist Advisor at wave Energy Company Aquamarine Power advising on the development of the Oyster wave energy converter. Salter was appointed MBE in the 2004 Birthday Honours for services to engineering. In 2012 he received the Royal Academy of Engineering Sustained Achievement Award.
Julian Hunt is a postdoctoral research scholar in the Sustainable Service Systems (S3) Research Group of the IIASA Energy, Climate, and Environment Program where he focuses on implementing daily and seasonal storage energy technologies in MESSAGE models and analyzing the impact of these technologies on long-term energy planning. His research interests include analysis of energy systems, water-energy-land interfaces, climate change risks, energy security, and energy storage.
He joined IIASA from the National Commission for Nuclear Energy (CNEN) in Brazil, developing hybrid nuclear and seawater desalination projects. He also previously worked at the Energy and Climate Change Branch of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).
UNESCO World Network of Island and Coastal Biosphere Reserves, South Korea
Dr. Dai-Yeun Jeong is presently the Acting Director of UNESCO World Network of Island and Coastal Biosphere Reserves based in South Korea. He received BA and MA degree in sociology from Korea University (South Korea) and PhD in environmental sociology from University of Queensland (Australia). He was a professor of sociology at Jeju National University (South Korea) from 1981 to 2012, and served as the President of Asia-Pacific Sociological Association from 2002 to 2004, and as a delegate of South Korean Government to UNFCCC and OECD Environmental Meeting from 2003 to 2005. He has published 13 books including Environmental Sociology, and 60 academic research papers in domestic and international journals. Since 2000, he has conducted 15 research projects on environment-related projects funded by domestic and international origination.
Emeritus, University of Guelph
Christopher Bryant received a PhD from the London School of Economics and Political Science (1970). He was a Professor at the Universities of Waterloo (1970-1990) and Montréal (1990 to 2014) and is currently Adjunct Professor, School of Environmental Design and Rural Development, University of Guelph (1912 onwards). He is also Adjunct Professor, Geography Department, and University of Montreal (September 2014 onwards). He has published many articles in different journals, a huge number of book chapters, many books and monographs; many Reports to different governments and agencies; many other publications and book reviews; and he has made almost 600 presentations during his career.
His fields of research are: agriculture and food production in and around cities and metropolitan centers; food security and food insecurity; tourism development; community development; land use planning; strategic development planning for communities, organizations and agriculture and other economic activities; sustainable development; resilience building for communities exposed to flooding and climate variability; adaptation of agriculture and tourism development to climate change and variability.
Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey
Conference starts will some guest talk followed by Keynote speeches by several renowned personalities.
The topics for this session, will be: Climate Change & Climatology and Climate Change Challenges
Here, discussion would be on Evidence of Climate Changes and Global Warming Effects & Causes
Presentation topics: Climate Change & Extreme Weather and Climate Change & Health
Day 2 starts with Keynote presentation from eminent people in the field of Climate Change and other related fields.
Carbon Cycle and CO2 Capture & Sequestration
CO2 Responsible Climate Change?
Risks of Climate Change and Climate Hazards
Day 3 Starts with 5-7 Keynote Talks from multinational speakers.
Effective Adaptation and Sustainability & Climate Change
Ocean & Climate Change and Pollution & its Effects on Climate
Climate Change & Health and Renewable Energy to Mitigate Climate Change
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