USDA, Biotechnology Regulatory Services, United States
Beijing Institute of Respiratory Medicine and Beijing Chao-Yang Hospital, China
American Public University System, United States
Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna di Pisa, Italy
Feroze Hasan Rahman
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
University of Debrecen, Hungary
Phipps Conservatory Botanical Gardens, USA
China Univ. of Mining and Tech, China
University of Gothenburg , Sweden
NRC Demokritos, Greece
University of Vaasa, Finland
Paul Gerard GBETKOM
Universite de Toulouse, France
Rapid Learing Cycles Institute, United States
Alan Vincent Di Vittorio
Berkeley Lab, United States
Muna Hashil Said Al-Tarshi
Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Antonio Jose Guerrero Lucendo
Miguel Hernandez University , Spain
Aziza Saud Humaid Al Adhoobi
Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Nadhir Abbas Al-Ansari Lulea University of Technology, Sweden
Water Shortage in Iraq and Climate Change
Professor at the department of Civil, Environmental and Natural Resources Engineering at Lulea Technical University Sweden. Research interests are mainly in Water Resources and Environment. Served several academic administrative posts (Dean, Head of Department). Publications include more than 850 articles in international/national journals, chapters in books and 22 books.
Viney P. Aneja North Carolina State University, USA
Wildfire Pollution Exposure and Human Health: A Growing Air Quality and Public Health Issue
Dr. Viney Aneja is a Professor in the Department of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences, North Carolina State University, Raleigh,NC, USA. He has developed one of the nation’s leading agricultural air-quality and climate research programs (http://go.ncsu.edu/airquality). He has authored or co-authored over 200 scientific papers, 130 book chapters and conference proceedings
Ekemini Moses Okon Ghent University, Belgium
Climate change impacts on fish diseases: evidence from a global perspective
Ekemini holds a bachelor's degree in Animal Science from Landmark University, Nigeria and an MSc in Sustainable Aquaculture from the University of Stirling, United Kingdom. In addition, he has more than four years of experience as a Research Assistant. His research interest cuts across aquaculture and environment interaction and aquatic health, and he strongly advocates for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4 - Life below water.
Gianna Evans University of Auckland, New Zealand
Comparison of two lake sediment sequences during human settlement in northern New Zealand
Gianna Evans completed her PhD at the University of Auckland in 2020 and is currently an honorary academic with the School of Environment. Her research focuses on paleoclimate reconstruction of lake sediment records and the interpretation of µ-XRF elemental data to identify past climate drivers.
Nicole Frantová Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic
Photoperiod sensitivity of wheat may play a more crucial role under changing climate conditions
Nicole Frantová is a final year PhD student at Mendel University in Brno. In her dissertation, she studies phenology and the activity of genes affected by abiotic stress, such as drought and low temperatures. Nicole also works as a scientist at the Department of Crop Sciences, Breeding and Plant Medicine. Michal Rábek is a scientist at the Department. of Agrosystems and Bioclimatology at Mendel University in Brno.
Christos Dordas Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Evaluation of monoculture and intercropping systems in olive agroecosystems
Christos Dordas is since 2003 a faculty member of the School of Agriculture of the Aristotle University Thessaloniki (AUTh) and since 2015 Head of this University’s Laboratory of Agronomy. From November 2017 is a full professor and from December of 2017-2022 was the Head of the School of Agriculture. In the last twenty years, he held various top-level positions in University administration.
Maria Laskari Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Effect of fertilizers and hybrids in the envirnomental cost of maize crop
Maria Laskari is a graduate of Agricultural Technologists (Plant Production speciallization), Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, in Greece. She has a Master degree in: “Sustainable Agricultural Systems and Climate change”, at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She works at university projects regarding climate crisis and multifunctional agricultural services.
Paschalis Papakaloudis Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Evaluation of using monoculture and intercropping systems as cover crops for a sustainable vineyard management
Paschalis Papakaloudis is a graduate of Faculty of Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Environment, School of Agriculture, of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), in Greece. He succefully obtained his Master’s degree on the same university attending the postgraduate program: “Sustainable Agricultural Systems and Climate change”. The previous year he has been accepted as a PhD candidate.
Neil E. Hoffman USDA, Biotechnology Regulatory Services, United States
USDA’s Revised Biotechnology Regulation’s Contribution to Increasing Agricultural Sustainability and Responding to Climate Change
Neil Hoffman is a Science Advisor in the Office of the Deputy Administrator in Biotechnology Regulatory Services, USDA/APHIS where he provides science expertise to the USDA administration, advice on how to address novel complex and scientific issues, and how to develop and implement change initiatives to improve the oversight of Biotech Crops. Prior to his role as Science Advisor.
Lirong Liang Beijing Institute of Respiratory Medicine and Beijing Chao-Yang Hospital, China
Evaluating Temporally Decomposed Associations between PM2.5 and Hospitalization Risks of AECOPD: A Case Study in Beijing from 2010 to 2019
Lirong Liang is the Director of Department of Clinical Epidemiology, Beijing Institute of Respiratory Medicine and Beijing Chaoyang Hospital, Capital Medical University. She is standing committee member and secretary general of Respiratory Disease Prevention Professional Committee in Chinese Association on Tobacco Control, deputy secretary general of Beijing Tobacco Control Association
Kristin Drexler American Public University System, United States
Climate adaptations in Mayan milpa farming communities of southern Belize: A Community Capitals approach
Dr. Kristin Drexler is a full-time faculty member in Space Studies and Earth Sciences. She earned her Ph.D. in educational leadership with research in socioecological systems and sustainable agroecology and a Master of Arts in Latin American studies with an emphasis in natural resources management. Dr. Drexler earned the 2020 Undergraduate Excellence in Teaching Award for the School of STEM and the 2021 Wallace Boston Leadership Award
Alice Caselli Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna di Pisa, Italy
Climate change and major pests of Mediterranean olive orchards: are we ready to face the global heating?
Alice Caselli is a Postdoctoral fellow at Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa (Italy), and she is part of the Agroecology group as entomologist. Her recent studies concern Bactrocera oleae (Diptera: Tephritidae) parasitoids and predators in abandoned vs managed olive groves. In particular, she works on their trophic relations and chemical ecology.
Yvonne Andersson-Sköld VTI, Sweden
A method for assessing and evaluating climate adaptation risk mitigation measures Yvonne Andersson-Sköld, Erik Nyberg, Lina Nordin, Raheb Mirzamandi, Peter Torstensson
Yvonne Andersson-Sköld is Professor in environmental analyses with focus on transportation at the Environment department, at the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI), and adjunct Professor at Architecture and Civil Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology.
CAI Chengzhi GUFE, China
Potential yields of four staple grains under global warming
Prof. Cai Chengzhi received his Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture from Guizhou University in Guiyang of China in 1987, MSc in Agriculture from Yunnan Agricultural University in Kunming of China in 2001, and PhD in Agriculture from China Agricultural University in Beijing of China in 2005. Since Dec. 2007, Prof. Cai has been working in Economic Institute, Guizhou University of Finance and Economics as senior researcher.
Feroze Hasan Rahman ICAR, India
"Climate Resilient Rain Water Management System for Tropical Islands of Andaman of India "
Dr. F. H. Rahman graduated from BCKV in 1993 then did Master’s and Doctoral degree in Agricultural Chemistry & Soil Science from BCKV in 1996 and 2000, respectively.
Dr. F. H. Rahman is currently PRINCIPAL SCIENTIST in Soil Science at ICAR-Agricultural Technology Application Research Institute, Salt Lake, Kolkata. Dr. Rahman has more than 22 years of experience in the field Teaching, Research and Extension.
Michalitsis Andreas Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Comparative assessment of cereal and legume intercropping systems
Andreas Michalitsis is a graduate of Faculty of Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Environment, School of Agriculture, of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), in Greece. He is a Master student at the postgraduate program: “Sustainable Agricultural Systems and Climate change”, on the same university.
Edina Simon University of Debrecen, Hungary
Usefulness of Tree Species as Urban Health Indicators
Edina Simon is a fulls professor in the University of Debrecen, in Hungary. She works at the Department of Ecology where he is recognized nationally and internationally for her research contributions and achievements in environmental science, toxicology, urbanization, air pollution, soil pollution and bioindication science.
Piacentini Richard Phipps Conservatory Botanical Gardens, USA
Rethinking How We Address Climate Action
Since 1994 Richard Piacentini has guided the green transformation of Phipps including: the Center for Sustainable Landscapes, a zero-energy and water building and the only building in the world to meet the Living Building Challenge, LEED Platinum, SITES Platinum (first), WELL Platinum (first), BREEAM Outstanding (first in US), Zero-Energy, and Fitwel 3-Star certifications, as well as two other Zero-Energy buildings.
Zhiming Wang China Univ. of Mining and Tech, China
Annual dust pollution characteristics and its prevention and control for environmental protection in surface mines
Zhiming Wang is currently pursuing a doctor’s degree in Mining Engineering from China University of Mining and Technology, Xuzhou. He studies dust distribution characteristics and prevention under the influence of mining operation and climate in the open-pit coal mine. Aiming at the limitation of traditional dust suppression methods of open-pit coal mines in ecologically fragile areas during the severe cold period,
Fabien Roquet University of Gothenburg , Sweden
Unique thermal expansion properties of water key to the formation of sea ice on Earth
Fabien R. is a physical oceanographer whose research interests span the observation, theory, and modeling of the global ocean circulation and its variability on climatic time scales. With a focus on the Southern Ocean, he has been a driving force behind the development of animal-borne CTD tags, which have become a major source of hydrographic data in polar oceans.
Effrosyni Karakitsou NRC Demokritos, Greece
NEVERMORE: A multi scale framework for policy recommendations towards a climate neutral and resilient society
Effrosyni Karakitsou is a graduate of the School of Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences of the National Technical University of Athens. She has obtained a Master’s degree in Systems Biology from the University of Surrey and holds a dual PhD title on Mathematical Systems Modelling from the University of Barcelona and the University of Birmingham. Currently, she is a Research Associate at the National Center for Scientific Research “Demokritos”
Kirsi Spoof-Tuomi University of Vaasa, Finland
Real-Driving Emissions of an Aging Biogas-Fuelled City Bus
Kirsi Spoof-Tuomi’s research interests cover emission studies, exhaust catalysis, alternative fuels for internal combustion engines, and environmental-friendly combustion technologies.
Paul Gerard GBETKOM Universite de Toulouse, France
Lake Chad vegetation cover and surface water variations in response to rainfall fluctuations under recent climate conditions
Paul Gerard GBETKOM is a research Engineer at the French National Center for Scientific Reseach and a holder of PhD in Geography. His research focuses on monitoring climate indicators over continental water surfaces as part of the Climate Change Initiative
Katherine Radeka Rapid Learing Cycles Institute, United States
The role of active technology acceleration in reducing GHG emissions to slow global warming
An expert in innovation and product development, Katherine Radeka is the founder and CEO of the Rapid Learning Cycles Institute – an organization committed to accelerating hardware technology development. Her 2012 book, The Mastery of Innovation won the Shingo Research
Award. She has authored four books and worked with more than 100 companies from aerospace to medical devices and biotech to consumer electronics
Alan Vincent Di Vittorio Berkeley Lab, United States
Quantifying the effects of multiple land management practices, land cover change, and wildfire on the California landscape carbon budget with an empirical model
Alan Di Vittorio is an Earth research scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. His aim is to understand the co-evolution of human and earth systems in order to inform decision-making, planning, and policy related to land-based climate mitigation and adaptation strategies. He develops and promotes methods of scientific inquiry that fundamentally integrate humans into the earth system,
Bijetri Roy InsPIRE, India
Climate and Energy Policy - India’s Roadmap to Net-Zero Emissions
Bijetri Roy is the Managing Director of Institute for Pioneering Insightful Research & Edutech Pvt Ltd (InsPIRE) where she spearheads the Climate Change Research Consultancy & Advisory (CCRCA) vertical. She holds a LLM in Public International Law from Queen Mary University of London. She has previously worked as a project finance, renewable project advisory and documentation lawyer at Orbit Law Services, Mumbai, India.
Muna Hashil Said Al-Tarshi Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Marine litter and microplastic pollution in mangrove sediments in Sea of Oman
Muna Al-Tarshi is marine specialist in Environment Athority and a PhD candidate at Sultan Qaboos University in
Marine and fisheries science department. She is a team leader for monitoring program of assessment of heavy metals and hydrocarbons in marine environment.She was a memebr in the main committe for the international conference of ballast water and marine invasive species in Oman in 2014.
Antonio Jose Guerrero Lucendo Miguel Hernandez University , Spain
General mapping of the environmental performance in climate change mitigation of Spanish universities through a standardized carbon footprint calculation tool
Antonio Guerrero holds a PhD in environment and sustainability, with a research focus on analysing and improving the contribution to sustainability in higher education institutions.
He works in the Environmental and Sustainable Development Area of the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (Spain), where he promotes environmental awareness campaigns and ensures the correct management of the environmental aspects of the university
Aziza Saud Humaid Al Adhoobi Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Predicting habitat distributions for the endemic fish Garra shamal (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) under current and future climate change scenarios for the Hajar Mountain ecoregion in Oman using MaxEnt
Aziza Saud Al Adhoobi, received her bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from Sultan Qaboos University in 2006, Oman. Obtained a Master’s degree in environmental science (policy and planning) from Louisiana State University in 2016, USA. Currently, she is a Ph.D. candidate in Marine Science and Fisheries at Sultan Qaboos University