day 1 agenda

4th Global Congress on CLIMATE CHANGE (GCCC-2024)
September 09-10, 2024, Lisbon, Portugal
Tentative Program
 Day 1- September 09, 2024 
08:45-09:15 Welcome & Registrations
09:15-09:30 Opening Remarks
KEYNOTE FORUM
09:30-10:00 Options for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Agriculture and Food Systems
Rob Vos, International Food Policy Research Institute, USA
10:00-10:30 Community-Academic Partnerships to support climate Adaptation to Recent and Future Hydroclimatic Shifts over Central America.
Iris Stewart-Frey, Santa Clara University, USA
10:30-11:00 Net-Zero Emissions Targets: Ambitions and Challenges
Govinda R Timilsina, World Bank, USA
11:00-11:20 Group Photo& Refreshment Break 
Technical session- I
11:20-11:40 Local Government and Climate Action: Promises and Perils
Robert D. Chandler, Public Works Department in Salem, Oregon, USA
11:40-12:00 Characterization of sargassum accumulated on Dominican beaches in 2021: analysis of heavy, alkaline and alkaline-earth metals, proteins and fats
Ulises Javier Jauregui Haza, INTEC, Dominican Public
12:00-12:20 Effects of framing, nomenclature, and aversion to tampering with nature on consumer acceptance of cultivated meat in Singapore
Mark Chong, Singapore Management University, Singapore
12:20-12:40 Development of EGAO technology and its application
to the mitigation of climate change impacts
Motoaki Seki, RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science, Japan
12:40-13:00 Phenology reveals climate change effects on plant behavior as indicator for the Swedish environmental objective Reduced Climate Impact
Ola Langvall, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
13:00-13:50 Lunch Break
Technical session- II
13:50-14:10 ENSO teleconnections pathways in South America
Tercio Ambrizzi, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
14:10-14:30 Disappearing deltas: role of subsidence, global sea-level rise, and coupled atmospheric and oceanographic processes in Mississippi Delta land loss
Michael Blum, University of Kansas, USA
14:30-14:50 Spatiotemporal distribution of agrometeorological disasters in China and its impact on grain yield under climate change
Fenli Zheng, Northwest A&F University, China
14:50-15:10 Under what conditions SMEs could mitigate climate change impact
Ashraful Alam, University of Salford, UK
15:10-15:30 Dynamic Assessment of Compound Flood Risks: Insights from Historical Trends and Future Projections
M. Reza Najafi, Western University, Canada
15:30-15:50 Predicting severe weather in mainland Portugal based on deterministic and ensemble forcasts
Margarida Belo-Pereira, Portuguese Institute for Sea and Atmosphere, Portugal
15:50-16:05 Refreshment Break 
16:05-16:25 Magnitude and hotspots of soil erosion types during rainstorm events on the Loess Plateau: Implication for watershed management
Juying Jiao, Northwest A&F University, China
16:25-16:45 Disappearance of natural habitats – is it actually bad for the landscape?
Analysis of long-term spatio-temporal wetland change reveals the complex nature of habitat change – a case study from the Czech Republic 1842-2017
Jan Skaloš, Czech University of Life Science, Czech republic
16:45-17:05 Motivators and barriers to adoption of Improved Land Management Practices for water quality improvement in Great Barrier Reef catchments
Rachel Hay, James Cook University, Australia
17:05-17:25 Estimation of the impact of methane emissions on climate change. How does the DICE model respond after including it?
Sofia Aleshina, University of Malaga, Spain
17:25-17:45 Monitoring yeast cultures grown on corn stover hydrolysate for lipid production
Afonso Palos Fontes, LNEG, Portugal
Pannel Discussions 
Note: This program is tentative and may be subject to change
We are still accepting the abstracts. To book your slot, contact Dr. John Karen: climatechange@innovinc.org

day 2 agenda

4th Global Congress on CLIMATE CHANGE (GCCC-2024)
September 09-10, 2024, Lisbon, Portugal
Tentative Program
 Day 2- September 10, 2024 
KEYNOTE FORUM
09:30-10:00 Climate Data to Inform the Design of Climate Resilient, Low Carbon Buildings, and Building Designs adapted using Nature Based Solutions in Canada
Abhishek Gaur, National Research Council Canada, Canada
10:00-10:30 Evolution trend and hot topic measurement of climate migration research under the influence of climate change
Guoqing Shi, Hohai University, China
10:30-10:50 Refreshment Break 
Technical session- III
10:50-11:10 Genomic approaches to mitigate climatic stress in beef cattle: balancing heat tolerance and productivity
Raluca Mateescu, University of Florida, USA
11:10-11:30 Digital Banking's Role in Reducing Carbon Emissions: Impact on Climate Change in G7 Countries
Nur Badriyah Mokhtar, BPP University, UK
11:30-11:50 Speaker Slot Available
11:50-12:10 Transatlantic Cooperation in Reducing Methane Emissions from Oil and Gas:
Monitoring, Measurement, Reporting, and Verification Challenges
Tetiana Semeniutina, University of Calgary, Canada
12:10-12:30 Aviation non-CO2 emissions reduction scenarios and climate impact mitigation 
Md Anwar Hossain Khn, University of Bristol, UK
12:30-12:50 Land and sea transport options for the installation of green artificial reefs (GARs) in shallow waters: A Galician case study
Alicia Munín Doce, University of A Coruña, Spain
12:50-13:10 Negative impact of heat stress on bovine reproduction: how this impairs production and efficiency
Luís Rafael Guerreiro Capela, Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária, Portugal
13:10-14:00 Lunch Break
Technical session- IV
14:00-14:20 Can climate shocks make vulnerable subjects more willing to take risks?
Stein T. Holden, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway
14:20-14:40 Predicting severe weather in mainland Portugal based on deterministic and ensemble forcasts
Margarida Belo-Pereira, Portuguese Institute for Sea and Atmosphere, Portugal
14:40-15:00 Long-Term Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Freshwater Temperature: A Nationwide Study in Japan (1982-2016)
Satoshi KAMEYAMA, National Institute for Environmental Studies; JAPAN
15:00-15:20 Effect of Geomagnetic Storms on Aircraft Accidents Between the Years 1919-2023 in Civil Aviation
Ümit Deniz GÖKER, Astronomical Institute of Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
15:20-15:40 Magnitude and hotspots of soil erosion types during rainstorm events on the Loess Plateau: Implication for watershed management
Juying Jiao,Northwest A&F University, China
15:40-15:55 Refreshment Break 
15:55-16:15 Gender dynamics in agrifood value chains: advances in research and practice over the last decade
Rhiannon Pyburn, KIT Royal Tropical Institute, Netherlands
16:15-16:35 Speaker Slot Available
16:35-16:55 Assessment of green roofs’ potential to improve the urban thermal environment: The case of Beijing
Yan Fang, Beijing Forestry University, China
16:55-17:15 Influence of climate change on far-future phosphorus mobilisation and delivery in agricultural catchments
Per-Erik Mellander, Teagasc, Ireland
Pannel Discussions 
Note: This program is tentative and may be subject to change
We are still accepting the abstracts. To book your slot, contact Dr. John Karen: climatechange@innovinc.org

posters agenda

4th Global Congress on CLIMATE CHANGE (GCCC-2024)
September 09-10, 2024, Lisbon, Portugal
Poster Presentations
 Day 2- September 10, 2024 
Is overheating in dwellings a cause of concern in the health of vulnerable adults.
Martin Donald S Adlington, University of Derby, UK
The responses of cladoceran communities to the single and simultaneous effects of environmentally relevant increases in temperature and phosphorus concentration in freshwater ecosystems
Malgorzata Adamczuk, University of Life Sciences in Lublin, Poland
Understanding the Malaysian Public's Perception and Response to Climate Change
Azliyana Azhari, Monash University Malaysia, Malaysia
Developing a country's sustainability indicator: an analysis of the effect on trade openness
Karen Gloria Vargas Santander, Universidad Católica del Norte, Chile
Speaker Slot Available
Using the interaction between cations and biomass to improve regenerative agriculture in the tropics
Vanessa Silva Melo, State University of Maranhão , Brazil
Ecosystem services improve eco-physiological indices and soil organic carbon accumulation
Maria Karoline De Carvalho Rodrigues De Sousa, Universidade Estadual do Maranhão, Brazil
Integrated crop-livestock-forestry system: alternatives and advances in Northeast Brazil
Valéria Xavier De Oliveira Apolinário, Universidade Estadual do Maranhão, Brazil
Speaker Slot Available
Numerical model insights into climate trends in the Northwest Pacific over the past 30 years
Pei-Hung Chen, National Academy of Marine Research, Taiwan
Speaker Slot Available
Speaker Slot Available
Soil organic carbon accumulation by nature-based solutions in Amazon periphery 
Edaciano Leandro Lösch, State University of Maranhão, Brazil
Perception of risk of climate change in rice cultivation in the Dominican Republic
Ulises Javier Jauregui Haza, INTEC, Dominican Public
Speaker Slot Available
Speaker Slot Available


4th Global Congress on CLIMATE CHANGE (GCCC-2024)
Sept
ember 09-10, 2024, Lisbon, Portugal
Virtual PROGRAM
 Day 2- September 10, 2024 
GCCC-2024 Reducing the vulnerability of tourists to tsunami: challenges for decision-makers
Azin Fathianpour, Massey University, New zealand
GCCC-2024 Keynote: Biophysical feedbacks of climate change effects on soil hydraulic functions and soil water repellency
Vilim Filipovic, University of Queensland, Australia
GCCC-2024 Resilient Healthcare and Sustainable Community
Hiroto Ito, Tohoku Medical and Pharmaceutical University, Japan
GCCC-2024 Slope Stability Prediction Method based on Intelligent Optimization and Machine Learning Algorithms 
Yukun Yang, China University of Mining and Technology, China
GCCC-2024 Multidecadal Variability in Mediterranean Sea Surface Temperature and Its Sources
Xiaoqin Yan, Hohai University, China
GCCC-2024 Stability Analysis of Multi-Layer Highwall Mining: A Sustainable Approach for Thick-Seam Open-Pit Mines
Ya Tian, China University of Mining and Technology, China
GCCC-2024 Climate-include change in understory and over story competition in a forest: advanced timing of forest fine root production with reduced snow cover in northern Japan 
Karibu Fukuzawa, Hokkaido University, Japan
GCCC-2024 Temporal-spatial characteristics of seismo-ionospheric influence observed by the CSES satellite
Mei Li, Institute of Earthquake Forecasting, China Earthquake Administration, China
GCCC-2024 Rise of ocean temperatures and their impact on geopolitical security -- A Japanese paerspective
Keishi Ono, National Institute for Defense Studies, Japan
GCCC-2024 Deep Learning for ENSO Forecasts
Cuicui Zhang, Tianjin University, China
GCCC-2024 Impact of Extreme Weather and Climate Events on Farmers
Madhuri, Symbiosis Law School Noida, Symbiosis International Deemed University,  India
GCCC-2024 Nine-years effect of harvesting and mechanical site preparation on bryophyte decomposition and carbon stocks in a boreal forested peatland
Ange-Marie Botroh, Abitibi-Temiscamingue University of Quebec, France
GCCC-2024 Keynote: Risk and opportunity assessment and management – climate change and inland and marine aquaculture and fisheries
Michael Elliott, International Estuarine & Coastal Specialists Ltd/ University of Hull, UK
GCCC-2024 Study of heterogenous catalytic selective hydrogenation of vegetable oil with different reaction schemes
Andrea Di Giuliano, Università degli Studi dell’Aquila, Italy
GCCC-2024 Regeneration patterns in canopy gaps in the Bialowieza Forest
Dorota Dobrowolska, Forest Resarch Institute, Poland
GCCC-2024 Immunosuppression of aquatic organisms exposed to elevated levels of
manganese: From global to molecular perspective
Bodil Hernroth, Kristianstad University, Sweden
GCCC-2024 Sea-Level Rise, Oceans and Climate Change
Aysha Aljawder, National Space Science Agency, Bahrain
GCCC-2024 Sustainable and Resilient Management of Chernozem Soils in the Republic of Moldova
Boris Boincean, Selectia Research Institute of Field Crops, Moldova
GCCC-2024 Emerging climate-sensitive infections of the North
Tomas Thierfelder,  Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences SLU, Sweden
GCCC-2024 Save the microbes to save the planet
Rino Rappuoli, Fondazione Biotecnopolo di Siena, Italy
GCCC-2024 Impact of cyclone-cyclone interaction on a false-alarmed lake-effect snowstorm
Zuohao Cao, Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC), Canada
GCCC-2024 Landslides Susceptibility assessment using Multivariate Logistic Regression Model in the Xopanac Watershed, Eastern flank of Iztaccíhuatl volcano, México.
Gabriel Legorreta Paulin, Instituto de Geografía, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico
GCCC-2024 Emerging pollutants in rivers and climate change, a complex relationship not yet completely understood.
Amado Enrique Navarro Frómeta, Technological University of Izúcar de Matamoros, Mexico
GCCC-2024 Mapping the distribution, threats, and protection coverage of a Chilean endemic amphibian considered a living fossil
Juan Enrique Contardo Laclote, Universidad de Chile, Chile
GCCC-2024 A review of energy and waste production during surgical care in the operating room and practical guideline for greening the delivery of surgical care
Ursula Galway, Cleveland Clinic, USA
GCCC-2024 Building resilience: a transdisciplinary approach for climate change adaptation in artisanal fishing in Río Lagartos-Yucatán, México
Laura Patricia Avila Callejas, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
GCCC-2024 Metabolic Engineering for Hyper-accumulation of Lipids in Energycane
Fredy Altpeter, University of Florida, USA
GCCC-2024 Variation in estimates of heat-related mortality reduction due to tree cover in U.S. cities
Paramita Sinha, RTI International, Usa
GCCC-2024 Assessing community vulnerability to extreme events in the presence of contaminated sites and waste management facilities: An indicator approach
Paramita Sinha, RTI International, Usa
GCCC-2024 Tail Dependence as a Measure of Teleconnected Warm and Cold Extremes of North American Wintertime Temperatures
Mitchell Krock, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
GCCC-2024 Developing Aerosol Constraints for Climate & Air Quality Modeling Applications from Multi-angle, Multi-spectral Satellite Remote Sensing
Ralph A. Kahn, University of Colorado, USA

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