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  • “Asia for Earth 2022”

    1st June - 3rd June 2022 | Bali, Indonesia

    3 Conference in 3 Days that will Make Asia Stand for the Earth

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    Scientific Partner
    DOI Partner
    Exhibitor
    Joinly Organized By
    Media Partner
    About Asia for Earth

    Global Climate Change and Ecological crisis is the biggest concern today, on which every researcher and responsible research universities must work together to contribute innovative solutions. Potential Universities, Research centers and Higher educational institution of Asia are joining with each other and ISERS-International Society for Environment Relationships and Sustainability to combinedly organize “Asia for Earth 2022” at Bali, Indonesia from 1st to 3rd June 2022. Asia for Earth is a conglomeration of leading international Universities like Philippine Normal University, Philippines UIN Malang Indonesia and Sister Nivedita University India that welcomes applications from all other leading Universities of Asia to jointly organize this world class conference.

    Conferences

    8th GoGreen Summit
    1st June 2022

    ISERS is organizing the 8th Gogreen Summit with the theme “Go Green: Shape the Future Green Planet” to spread awareness and encourage the fellow earth mates to be part of this global movement in making the planet “Earth” a better place to live tomorrow.

    • Share your ideas, findings, and research with eminent people
    • Build awareness on environmental issues and find solutions
    • Gain exposure and develop interest towards research

    3rd International Conference on Climate Change
    2nd June 2022

    The conference aims to provide an international platform to all the eminent young researchers, academicians, NGOs, Communities, private sectors, and environmental experts etc to share and discuss about adaptation and mitigation options that can help address climate change.

    • Build awareness on climate change issues and impacts
    • Find approaches to improve effective response to climate change
    • Gain insights towards hazards and other climate related risks

    2nd International Conference on Education, Management And Social Science
    3rd June 2022

    This conference is a multidisciplinary program with broad participation with members from around the globe focused on learning about Education, Management, politics, organizational studies, fiscal affairs, law, and philosophical issues or, in less-disciplined oriented areas, such as school effectiveness, leadership and supervision, human resource management and labor relations, and equity issues and social science topics.

    • Research Scholars
    • Professionals/ Academicians
    • Editorial Board Members & Reviewers
    Intregations

    Predictions of Future Global Climate

    Bali, the famed Island of the Gods, stakes a serious claim to be paradise on earth, with its varied landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces, and barren volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colorful, deeply spiritual, and unique culture.
    Temperature is the basic measurement indicator for describing the climate. There is a 1.18° Celsius increase in global temperature since 1880 and Nineteen of the warmest years have occurred since 2000. The main reason for increasing temperature is release of carbon dioxide and other green house gases into atmosphere. It this continues, the average global temperature will rise up to 4° C by 2100. On taking necessary actions to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions, the temperature is predicted to rise only up to 1° Celsius.
    Increase in global temperature leads to increase in evaporation rate. Rapid evaporation causes more water vapour to be present in the atmosphere which will lead to more precipitation. For each degree of warming the precipitation increases by 1% to 3%. The changes in precipitation will not be evenly distributed. Some location the precipitation will be more and for others it will be less. By the year 2100, there is at least 1% to maximum of 12% increase in precipitation.
    Global warming causes the sea level to rise by two factors, 1) melting of ice sheets and glaciers contributes to rising sea level and 2) seawater expands as it warms, which increases the volume and rises the sea level. The sea level rose about 21-24 cm since 1880. If we fail to act fast, the climate models predict that the sea level will rise between 30-100 cm by the year 2100. The rising sea level is a great threat to wetlands, coastal communities, and coral reefs.
    Due to human activities such as burning of fossil fuel, deforestation etc, there is an increase in the amount of carbon dioxide released in the atmosphere. Oceans act as a buffer and absorbs about 30% of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. When carbon dioxide dissolves in sea water, it combines to form carbonic acid (Weak acid) that breaks into hydrogen and bicarbonate ions. This process reduced the ocean pH. If the ocean continues to absorb more carbon dioxide, the pH further decreases, and the ocean becomes more acidic. Higher Acidity in the ocean is a threat to marine organisms.
    Conference Chair

    Dr. Bambang Sugiyono AP

    Associate Professor,

    State Polytechnic of Malang, Indonesia

    Organizing Secretary

    Dr. Ir. Gede Sedana

    Rector,

    Dwijendra University Bali, Indonesia.

    Keynote Speakers

    PROF. ERRY YULIAN T. ADESTA, PHD,

    Vice Rector (Planning, Development and Cooperation),

    Universitas Indo Global Mandiri (UIGM)
    Indonesia

    Mr. Peter Cockcroft

    Net-zero and Energy Transition Advisor to Governments,

    Corporations and Small Businesses
    Singapore

    Mr. Ramadhan (Hamza) Mohammmed

    Secretary of IAH Iraq Chapter,

    International Association of Hydrogeologists
    Iraq

    Prof. Dr. Abdus Samad

    Professor at Indian Institute of Technology Madras,

    Board member and Mentor of Viriya Paramita Energy Pvt Ltd, Chennai

    Denise M. Fontanilla

    Associate in Policy Advocacy,

    Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities

    Philippines

    Dr Wafik Noseir

    Member of world congress for environment,

    Egypt

    Mr. George Barber

    Innovative Exploration for All Natural Resources,

    Terra Energy & Resource Technologies, Inc.

    Director, PT. Indonesia - International Energy Solution Partners, Indonesia

    Mr. Mark Jacinto

    Online SDG Youth Action Forum,

    Philippines

    Assoc. Prof. Ts. Dr. Mohamad Faiz Bin Mohd Amin

    Associate Professor and Dean,

    Faculty of Earth Science,

    Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia

    Dr Mohammad Muqtada Ali Khan

    Senior Lecturer,

    Faculty of Earth Science,

    Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia

    DR. IR. GEDE SEDANA

    Rector,

    Dwijendra University

    Bali, Indonesia

    MR. ALAN TUPICOFF

    CFO, Executive Board F.O.S

    President of ANZISM

    Australia

    DR. SANGAM SHRESTHA

    Professor, Water Engineering and Management (WEM)

    Department Head, Department of Civil and Infrastructure Engineering (CIE)

    DR. NARAYAN SHRESTHA

    Climate Change Project Manager,

    Aberdeen Multicultural Centre,

    Greater Aberdeen Area,
    United Kingdom.

    DR. NAORI MIYAZAWA

    Nagoya University,

    Japan

    DR. M JASIN

    Indonesia

    Dr. Saied Pirasteh

    Head of GeoAI Smarter Map and LiDAR Lab

    Southwest Jiaotong University, China

    Research Collaborator, Waterloo, Ontario

    Serge Morand

    Faculty of Veterinary Technology

    Kasetsart University,

    Thailand

    Mr . Alok Raj Gupta

    Founder at ENVECOLOGIC

    New Delhi,

    India

    PROF. ERRY YULIAN T. ADESTA, PHD,

    Vice Rector (Planning, Development and Cooperation),

    Universitas Indo Global Mandiri (UIGM)
    Indonesia

    Mr. Peter Cockcroft

    Net-zero and Energy Transition Advisor to Governments,

    Corporations and Small Businesses
    Singapore

    Mr. Ramadhan (Hamza) Mohammmed

    Secretary of IAH Iraq Chapter,

    International Association of Hydrogeologists
    Iraq

    Prof. Dr. Abdus Samad

    Professor at Indian Institute of Technology Madras,

    Board member and Mentor of Viriya Paramita Energy Pvt Ltd, Chennai

    Denise M. Fontanilla

    Associate in Policy Advocacy,

    Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities

    Philippines

    Dr Wafik Noseir

    Member of world congress for environment,

    Egypt

    Mr. George Barber

    Innovative Exploration for All Natural Resources,

    Terra Energy & Resource Technologies, Inc.

    Director, PT. Indonesia - International Energy Solution Partners, Indonesia

    Mr. Mark Jacinto

    Online SDG Youth Action Forum,

    Philippines

    Assoc. Prof. Ts. Dr. Mohamad Faiz Bin Mohd Amin

    Associate Professor and Dean,

    Faculty of Earth Science,

    Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia

    Dr Mohammad Muqtada Ali Khan

    Senior Lecturer,

    Faculty of Earth Science,

    Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia

    DR. IR. GEDE SEDANA

    Rector,

    Dwijendra University

    Bali, Indonesia

    MR. ALAN TUPICOFF

    CFO, Executive Board F.O.S

    President of ANZISM

    Australia

    DR. SANGAM SHRESTHA

    Professor, Water Engineering and Management (WEM)

    Department Head, Department of Civil and Infrastructure Engineering (CIE)

    DR. NARAYAN SHRESTHA

    Climate Change Project Manager,

    Aberdeen Multicultural Centre,

    Greater Aberdeen Area,
    United Kingdom.

    DR. NAORI MIYAZAWA

    Nagoya University,

    Japan

    DR. M JASIN

    Indonesia

    Dr. Saied Pirasteh

    Head of GeoAI Smarter Map and LiDAR Lab

    Southwest Jiaotong University, China

    Research Collaborator, Waterloo, Ontario

    Serge Morand

    Faculty of Veterinary Technology

    Kasetsart University,

    Thailand

    Mr . Alok Raj Gupta

    Founder at ENVECOLOGIC

    New Delhi,

    India

    PROF. ERRY YULIAN T. ADESTA, PHD,

    Vice Rector (Planning, Development and Cooperation),

    Universitas Indo Global Mandiri (UIGM)
    Indonesia

    Mr. Peter Cockcroft

    Net-zero and Energy Transition Advisor to Governments,

    Corporations and Small Businesses
    Singapore

    Mr. Ramadhan (Hamza) Mohammmed

    Secretary of IAH Iraq Chapter,

    International Association of Hydrogeologists
    Iraq

    Prof. Dr. Abdus Samad

    Professor at Indian Institute of Technology Madras,

    Board member and Mentor of Viriya Paramita Energy Pvt Ltd, Chennai

    Denise M. Fontanilla

    Associate in Policy Advocacy,

    Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities

    Philippines

    Dr Wafik Noseir

    Member of world congress for environment,

    Egypt

    Mr. George Barber

    Innovative Exploration for All Natural Resources,

    Terra Energy & Resource Technologies, Inc.

    Director, PT. Indonesia - International Energy Solution Partners, Indonesia

    Mr. Mark Jacinto

    Online SDG Youth Action Forum,

    Philippines

    Assoc. Prof. Ts. Dr. Mohamad Faiz Bin Mohd Amin

    Associate Professor and Dean,

    Faculty of Earth Science,

    Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia

    Dr Mohammad Muqtada Ali Khan

    Senior Lecturer,

    Faculty of Earth Science,

    Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia

    DR. IR. GEDE SEDANA

    Rector,

    Dwijendra University

    Bali, Indonesia

    MR. ALAN TUPICOFF

    CFO, Executive Board F.O.S

    President of ANZISM

    Australia

    DR. SANGAM SHRESTHA

    Professor, Water Engineering and Management (WEM)

    Department Head, Department of Civil and Infrastructure Engineering (CIE)

    DR. NARAYAN SHRESTHA

    Climate Change Project Manager,

    Aberdeen Multicultural Centre,

    Greater Aberdeen Area,
    United Kingdom.

    DR. NAORI MIYAZAWA

    Nagoya University,

    Japan

    DR. M JASIN

    Indonesia

    Dr. Saied Pirasteh

    Head of GeoAI Smarter Map and LiDAR Lab

    Southwest Jiaotong University, China

    Research Collaborator, Waterloo, Ontario

    Serge Morand

    Faculty of Veterinary Technology

    Kasetsart University,

    Thailand

    Mr . Alok Raj Gupta

    Founder at ENVECOLOGIC

    New Delhi,

    India

    Guest Speakers

    Ambassador Smily Mukta Ghoshal,

    "Global Icon" Green Queen,

    Dallas, Texas, USA

    Prof. Dr. Bhairav B. Kulkarni

    Director, Shree Siddhivinayak Ayurved Panchakarma Center,

    Aurangabad, India

    AR . ABHINAV CHATURVEDI

    Additional Principal & Professor,

    NIMS School of Architecture and Planning , NIMS University, India

    Dr. Dilip Ganguly,

    Ex. Additional General Manager, indian ordnance factories services,

    Ministry of defence,
    Govt. Of india India

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    Highlights Of Bali Indonesia

    Bali, the famed Island of the Gods, stakes a serious claim to be paradise on earth, with its varied landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces, and barren volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colorful, deeply spiritual, and unique culture.

    With world-class surfing and diving, a plethora of cultural, historical, and archaeological sites, and a vast array of hotels, this is one of the world's most popular island destinations, continuously winning tourism accolades. Bali offers plenty to offer a broad range of visitors, from young backpackers to the super-rich. Due to global warming and climate change.

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