International Conference on Climate Change and Developing Countries is a premier conference targeted on the dissemination of various concerns related to climate change. CCDC 2010 is being organized by the Centre for Environment Education and Technology (CEET), in conjunction with the School of Environmental Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University and the Centre for Rural Management, Kottayam. This first of its kind international event in climate change in the Southern India will provide an ideal forum to reveal the recent advances in scientific research and mitigation, socio-economic impacts in Developing Countries, and climate change policies. International Conference on Climate Change and Developing Countries will chiefly focus on the following: Fourth IPPCC Working Committee Report (2007) and its analysis, Post Copenhagen scenario, Impacts of climate change on land, sea and air, and its mitigation, Impact of climate change on Human Health, Recent advances in scientific research on climate change, Technological development in the mitigation process, Low carbon technologies, Atmospheric phenomena relevant to Developing countries, Trade and Climate Change, Socio-economic impacts in Developing Countries, and Climate change policies relevant to Developing Countries.
The targeted visitors at the International Conference on Climate Change and Developing Countries – CCDC 2010 are: Academics, Scientists, Activists, Journalists, Researchers, Writers and Students.