Environmental Science and Climate Change
The Environmental Science and Climate Change track provides a platform to present and discuss their latest research findings, innovations, and solutions related to topics such as climate change, biodiversity conservation, sustainable resource management, pollution control, and more on any kind of environment. These also grant a platform for collaboration, knowledge exchange, and the development of strategies to promote environmental sustainability and protect the planet for future generations. Climate Change is one of the greatest environmental threats confronting the world. It refers to long-term shifts in temperature and weather patterns. The effects of rising temperatures, melting ice, rising sea levels, stronger storms, more frequent droughts, more intense wildfires, and other impacts will be felt across the planet. The track Environmental Science and Climate Change addresses this issue and allows sharing of the findings related to Climate Change and Environmental Science. NSALS’24 warmly welcomes all undergraduates, and researchers to publish their research findings, ideas, and experience related to the following disciplines.
  • Environmental Conservation and Managemen
  • Biodiversity and Conservation of Biodiversity
  • Sustainable utilization of natural resources
  • Toxicology and Bio-Assessment
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Earth Sciences
  • Ecosystem Functions and Services and Restoration
  • Ecotourism and Conservation of Hotspots
  • Environment Technology and Innovation
  • Environmental Assessment and Monitoring
  • Environmental Legislation
  • Environmental Pollution
  • Population, Land Use and Biodiversity
  • Soil Fertility and Nutrient Management
  • Water and Wastewater Treatment
  • Water Quality and Geochemistry
  • Climate Change, health, impacts, and adaptations
  • Assessing, Measuring, modelling, predictions, and evidence for climate change
  • Climate Change economics, law, and policy
  • Climate Change, Green initiatives, and products
  • Technical, economic, and social responses to climate change

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