TIIKM Sri Lanka, welcomes all the researchers, academicians, scholars and activists to submit abstracts for the International Conference on Climate Change 2017 (ICCC 2017) which will be held on February 16th and 17th, 2017 in Colombo, Sri Lanka under the theme “Climate Change: Facing the challenge beyond COP21”.

ICCC 2017 will continue its momentum in 2017 to explore a platform to exchange ideas on Climate Change, discover new opportunities, reacquaint with colleagues, meet new friends, and broaden their knowledge. chemists, physicists, biologists, material scientists, biomedical researchers, engineers, environmentalists, social workers and other researchers who are active at the frontiers of this diverse and multidisciplinary field are encouraged to spread knowledge through the ICCC-2017 which will act as a global platform.
A change to atmosphere’s physical and chemical environments have the potential of directly affecting the quality of life and even the very existence of some forms of life. Human induced climate change as well as other global environmental issues threatens our ability to meet the very basic human needs. Since the Industrial Revolution, increased greenhouse effect has caused earth’s surface temperature to rise. Taking measures to control the temperature rise through national and global level contributions has become an urgent need, as discussed broadly at the COP 21 held in Paris in 2015.The ICCC-2017 will deliver executive round table discussions, an exhibition, special sessions, a social networking dinner, a cultural show and an optional post conference tour.
Participants are also welcome to submit abstracts either for a 20-minute oral presentation or a poster presentation. Parallel sessions are loosely grouped into streams reflecting different perspectives or disciplines. Each stream also has its own discussion sessions. For those who are unable to attend the conference in person, virtual participation is also available through Registration.


• Climate change and food security
• Climate Prediction: Modeling and Detection of Recent and Future Climate Change
• Observations for Long-Term Climate Monitoring
• Climate Change impacts on biodiversity conservation and natural resource management
• Role of Renewable Energy Sources in a Warming World
• Climate Change and Energy: Policies,Planning & Management
• Climate Change and Sustainable Development
• Urbanization and flood risk implications in coastal and other areas
• Green growth and policy challenges in coastal zone management
• ICT, climate risk communication and public awareness framing Government and non-government sector experiences with respect to climate change – Civil society and NGO experiences – Industry and business sector experiences with climate change including finance
• International diplomacy, climate change and adaptation finance
• Dealing with climate change: poverty and gender issues
• Climate change: Impacts on water and sanitation and health in the developing world
• Indigenous knowledge systems and climate change adaptation
• Climate Change and Technology
• Climate change and Green initiatives & products

Abstract submission deadline – 09th January 2017

Submit your research paper to abstract@climatechangeconferences.com

We invite you to submit papers for ORAL and POSTER and VIRTUAL selection.
Considering the time available for presentations followed by the discussion sessions, we have decided not to exceed the following presentation limits in the conference, provided that the Quality is the prime focus throughout the event.

  • 100 Oral Presentations
  • 30 Poster Presentations
  • 10 Virtual Presentations

All papers presented will be published in conference abstract book with ISBN. All the manuscripts will be published in electronically with ISSN in proceedings with a DOI number (DOI prefix: 10.17501). Selected manuscripts will be published in collaborated journals. All full papers will be under double-blind review.
Online registrations are open. If you wish to be a presenter at ICCC 2017, Reserve your slot now!