Abstract Submission Guideline

Basic guideline

  • Abstracts should be no longer than 300 words.
  • The title of the abstract should be as concise as possible and should appear in bold, sentence, and centered
  • Co-authors and affiliations below the title should be in Italics (the main author’s name should be underlined, and the name of the presenting author should be marked with an asterisk (*).
  • The abstract must be written in English.
  • The main body of the abstract should be in Times New Roman, Font size 12, Justified, Line spacing 1.5.
  • The use of figures, graphs, and schemes is recommended this aids the understanding of the text.
  • Abstracts should be submitted in MS Word format, via email attachment to conference email.
  • Please include the full details of the main author and the presenting author in the email and indicate whether you are submitting an Oral or an audio-visual (AV) Presentation.
  • After completion of the conference, speakers could submit their full-length papers for publication in the Journal of Climate Science and Policy.
  • A confirmation mail will be sent in regards & receiving your abstract, and if the submitter does not receive any mail within the next 24 Hrs, he/she is suggested to contact the respective conference coordinator, manager, or ambassador.

Note: There is a 5 MB limit for online abstract submission.

PEER-REVIEW PROCESS

All submitted abstracts will go through a peer-review process carried out by a peer-review committee. After the successful review of your abstract, we will guide you further in steps towards your presence at our event.

Conference Theme

  • 1. Local led Adaptation
  • 2. Nature-based solution
  • 3. Loss and damage
  • 4. Mitigation and low carbon development
  • 5. Climate Financing
  • 6. South Asian Corporation

Conference Subtheme

             1. Local led Adaptation

    • Transformative resilience approach
    • Community-based adaptation strategy
    • Local knowledge and local-led solutions for climate resilience and sustainability
    1. Nature-based solution
    • NbS and DRR
    • NBS and Climate change adaptation and mitigation
    • NbS for resilient livelihoods
    • Role of NbS in Biodiversity Conservation
    1. Loss and damage
    • Agricultural loss and damages
    • Disaster-induced loss and damage
    • Quantification of loss and damage
    • Loss and damage financing
    1. Mitigation and low carbon development
    • Transformative energy
    • Water, renewable energy, and food security nexus
    • Transport and Renewable Energy Transition
    • Energy solution for hard-to-reach area
    • Alternate solutions for low carbon development
    • Resilient cities and low carbon development
    1. Climate Financing
    • Gender-responsive climate financing
    • Climate financing products
    • Climate risk recovery and financial window
    • Public financial management on climate change
    • Climate financing and north-south cooperation
    1. South Asian Corporation
    • South Asian cooperation for food security
    • South Asian cooperation for water resilience
    • Climate information and South Asia
    • Human mobility, climate-induced migration, and south Asian thoughts
    • South Asian cooperation, and SDG

Submission process

Please submit your abstract in the conference email (southasianconferencecpe@gmail.com) as the subject line (2nd South Asian Conference_Theme_Author Name_Country).

Conference Schedule

Abstract submission deadline: 15 August, 2024

Notification of acceptance:  20 August, 2024

Early bird Registration deadline:  30 August, 2024

Notification of travel grant for students and early career researchers:  5 September , 2024

Revised abstract and PPT/AV submission: 10 September , 2024