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Increased human emissions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases are changing Earth’s climate, and these shifts are already having a significant impact on the environment. For example, glaciers and ice sheets are melting faster, lake and river ice is breaking up earlier, plant and animal ranges are shifting, and the leaves and flowers are blooming earlier. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a body of the United Nations charged with evaluating the science surrounding climate change, asserts that the observed changes in our planet’s climate are unusual in human history and that some of these changes will be irreversible for the duration of the next hundreds to thousands of years. Increased frequency of extreme weather events like droughts, floods, and storms, as well as rising temperatures and shifting precipitation patterns. Poses significant obstacles to agricultural systems, negatively affecting livestock production and fisheries in the South Asian region.  India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, and Myanmar are all part of South Asia. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a set of 17 global objectives, 169 particular goals, and 232 targets that the United Nations accepted on January 1, 2016, with the goal of eradicating poverty, protecting the environment, and promoting prosperity for all by the year 2030.

The South Asian Conference on “Unfolding Emerging Issues in the Context of Changing Climatic Scenario” is a ground-breaking conference designed to address the crucial environmental issues that South Asian countries are facing as a result of climate change. the eminent Academicians, researchers, policymakers, scientists, and activists from across the region will gather at the conference to discuss the complex interactions between climate change and its multiple effects on a range of sectors, including agriculture, water resources, public health, socioeconomic dynamics, gender inequities, renewable energy, resilient cities, pollution control, education for the future, and food security. The conference hopes to stimulate creative approaches, team-based projects, and legislative frameworks that might lessen the negative consequences of climate change and advance sustainable development throughout South Asia through stimulating intelligent dialogues and knowledge exchange. The SDG fiscal shortfall is expected to be filled by international agreements, however some of the goals still need to be accomplished by 2030. Using these factors as a foundation, CPE intends to present new concerns in a way that is both inclusive and climate-sensitive.

As such, the 2nd South Asian Conference “Unfolding Emerging Issues in the Context of Changing Climatic Scenario” aims to discuss what are the implications of recent decisions on these and other topics, as well as what can be foreseen as the next cases and breakthroughs.

Aim of the Conference

To start recovering from climate change-related problems and to present current findings and initiatives on climate change and resilience, the conference aims to identify the potential gaps, mitigation issues, and vulnerabilities. This conference will offer a significant action plan for the improvement of climate change, renewable energy, resilient cities, climate displacement solutions, food security, and green education for the future. The conference also serves as a venue for building cooperative relationships and networks between academics, professionals, and development actors with the goal of long-term information sharing and discussion of highly emerging issues.

Conference Themes

1. Local led Adaptation

    • Transformative resilience approach
    • Community-based adaptation strategy
    • Local knowledge and local-led solutions for climate resilience and sustainability

2. Nature-based solution

    • NbS and DRR
    • NBS and Climate change adaptation and mitigation
    • NbS for resilient livelihoods
    • Role of NbS in Biodiversity Conservation

3. Loss and damage

    • Agricultural loss and damages
    • Disaster-induced loss and damage
    • Quantification of loss and damage
    • Loss and damage financing

4. 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

5. 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

6. 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.

Send your Abstract
All the researchers, academicians, scientists, scholars and activists who are working on climate change are invited to submit abstracts for the 2nd South Asian Conference “Unfolding Emerging Issues in the Context of Changing Climatic Scenario” Before 15 August, 2024 Limited Slots Available according to given the abstract guidelines. Different registration packages of the conference provides you so many benefits including food, conference pack, abstract book, eligibility to attend the technical sessions, career development workshops, publication opportunities etc. You can select different presentation modes according to your preference. Presentations awards are one of the key elements of the conference. The presenters of the conference will be evaluated by a special committee of academic experts during the conference and best presenters will be awarded at the awards ceremony.