High quality papers are invited for the 1st International Conference on Climate Change: Resilience, Solutions, and Perspectives, Tenkodogo (Burkina Faso)- ICCC-BF’19. The conference aims on bringing together researchers from various disciplines in order to share experiences and discuss about how to cope with climate change in Africa, considering particularly the following main topics:
- Perception, signals and indicators at local, regional and global levels,
- Understanding processes and forecasts,
- Strategies, adaptation, management and governance.
Date: November 26-28, 2019
In addition to conference materials, lunch and coffee breaks, the conference will feature
- a Conference best paper award
- best student paper award and
- the best poster submissions will be invited to give short presentations in a session during the main conference.
Papers should address the actual issues, challenges and needs facing climate change now and in the future. Sub-themes includes (but not limited to):
- Evidences and manifestations of Climate Change,
- Economics effects of climate change on agro ecosystems,
- Water use, agriculture and livestock farming facing climate change,
- Local and Indigenous Knowledge and Climate Change,
- Sustainable development and actors adaptation to climate change.
Types of Submissions
The following type of submissions will be considered:
- Technical paper: finished or consolidated R&D works, to be included in one of the Conference themes. These papers should not exceed 10 pages. Papers submitted into this category will be discussed into parallel workshops and sessions.
- Experience report: experience reports that show practical implementation experience, including case studies, focused on a specific topic of the conference. These papers should not exceed 4 pages. Papers submitted into this category will be used for interactive sessions in the form of round table between project leaders to exchange their experience, new ideas, and research results.
- Posters: initial work with relevant ideas, open to discussion. Submissions comprise an extended abstract of not more than two pages, excluding references, but including all text, appendices, and figures and an A0 (841 mm width x 1189 mm height) size poster. The posters will stay up throughout the three days of the main conference and presenters will be required to be by their posters to discuss their work during the assigned poster sessions.
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Abstract submission deadline: February 15, 2019
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