The Climate Week (World Conference on Climate Change & Sustainability) will be held in Frankfurt, Germany from August 22 to August 24, 2022. The conference will address multidimensional aspects of the climate change problem and will also present viable solutions. These will include technological innovations and ecosystem management to disrupt the effects of climate change and to accelerate mitigation. innovate and scale up the world’s efforts in adapting to the inevitable effects of climate change. The conference will welcome more than 800 eminent delegates, scientists and academics from around the world to share the latest scientific research on climate change, and to inspire global and regional action to address this complex issue.
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 youth movements, from all over the world, to make the world more climate resilient. This Meeting is a distinctive opportunity for participants to hear directly from environmental and climate justice leaders about regeneration in action; to hear about sustainable strategies and practices we can all implement and advocate for, in order to build a more resilient economy and vibrant future. Join the discussion with cutting edge thought leaders sharing their knowledge, experience, and passion.
Global Climate Change, caused by anthropogenic carbon emissions, is a threat to the entire world. Carbon emissions have many origins; including the burning of fossil fuels, deforestation, land use changes, tillage agriculture and now natural emissions of greenhouse gasses formerly frozen in permafrost. Sulfate aerosols and black carbon are complicating the situation.
This conference is a step towards empowering decision-makers and energy stakeholders to join forces and proactively address the challenges of climate change so that actual progress can be achieved. By bringing together researchers who are working on topics relevant to climate change and environmental sustainability to share their latest accomplishments and research findings, voices can be amplified and actions towards a more resilient, liveable, sustainable future taken. This conference will also serve as an important resource to inform people and provide them with a comprehensive understanding of the possible opportunities for environmental sustainability to address climate change.
The World Conference on Climate Change (Climate Week 2022) 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.
Why you should attend our conference
This World Conference on Climate Change & Sustainability is dedicated to providing useful new information that will aid: research, in-the-field climate study; the climate science – community relationship and climate and carbon policymaking. It would also be dedicated to furnishing new techniques skills and novel ideas to further enhance individual research careers.
Nearly all the participants will be making new contacts that improve their research in climate change, global warming, environment science and related fields. This conference will not be just an avenue for the presentation of research to a wider community, but will also be a venue for brainstorming, networking, and making vital professional connections that can lead to new initiatives, papers and funding, in a way that virtual, online meetings cannot.
Participants will also have the opportunity to publish research in one of the related journals. Please note that only selected papers will be published in conference related journals without charge, while all papers/abstracts accepted for the conferences will be published in the conference proceedings with an ISBN.
Conferences are an invaluable resource to academics beyond just the conference presentations themselves. Climate Week 2022 will provide several different ways to start collaborations on papers or projects or to more directly advance your career by finding new positions. It could enhance academic programs by using these meetings to recruit faculty, students, or interns. It could also offer opportunities for marketing new technologies or software to practitioners and businesses.
For delegates and corporate audiences, this International Climate Week 2022 Conferences is about more than simply listening to talks. Agencies, NGOs, and universities would benefit by sending people the conference, even if attendees do not have an oral presentation.
An academic conference is a great way to have a “break” from your academic responsibilities at the university and discover different places in the world. We offer you a unique post-conference 1-day city tour with your favorite lunch meal and a 2-days tour from nearby cities to travel across other countries with local travel support and to enhance your craving with a variety of delicious foods. We assure you that you’ll feel relaxed and refreshed when you return to your institution after the conference.
Support from the Right People
In addition to benefiting individual presenters, governmental organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGO), societies, research laboratories, institutes, industries, and private companies can also garner much-needed support by presenting, showcasing work, and attending the conference. It can be very difficult to gather supporters through the daily background noise of online information. This international platform is an unequivocal means of meeting people who are crucial to furthering organizational Goals. In-person representation makes a greater impression on potential supporters, similar to the effects for individual presenters. Increased support from conference attendees leads to increased online chatter, a reputation that can have exponential results.
Interactive workshops are another benefit of conference attendance. This Climate Week 2022 offers free workshops that are essentially mini-classes where delegates learn new skills and how to use new technologies. Any interested attendee can organize a separate workshop with their colleagues/co-authors/friends/students to demonstrate their individual work/product/services.
Workshops taken in conjunction with conference attendance allow delegates to learn new climate statistics programs, geological mapping, remote sensing skills, climate modeling, atmospheric science, and weather monitoring tools; to name a few. Interactive workshops can substantially advance research, projects, and careers. Some workshops even teach skills that can be used to have a direct impact, such as with renewable energy, ocean acidification, marine mammal rescue or global warming adaptation and mitigation.
Climate Week 2022 initiated a great programme for students who have good research, they could choose ‘poster presentation’ or ‘young researchers forum’ options. that are available to World Conference on Climate Change & Sustainability presenters. Through this means, students can gain experience explaining their research to the panel of experts during the session.
We believe that today’s students are tomorrow’s great researchers. For this reason we have two special recognition grants for young researchers in our Climate Week 2022; the ‘Best Poster Presentation’ award with a value of $300 and the ‘Young Researcher’ award with a value of $550. We hope this will encourage young researchers to do further quality research in the future.