About Conference

    Dear Colleagues,

    Apex Global Meetings is delighted to announce and cordially invite all the participants across the globe to attend the “Asian Summit on Global Warming and Climate Change” (ASGWCC2024) which will be taking place from November 11-13, 2024 Dubai, UAE. The theme of the conference is “Advancing Nature and Positive Solutions for Net Zero and Sustainable Future”. Scientific Tracks designed for this conference will enable the attendees and participants to learn extremes.

    The meeting brings together world-class participants and young researchers looking for opportunities for exchanges that cross the traditional discipline boundaries and allows them to resolve multidisciplinary challenging problems that only a venue of this nature can offer. ASGWCC2024 Conference provides a platform of international standards where you can discuss and share persuasive key advances in global warming and climate change We look forward to your valuable presence at ASGWCC2024 in Dubai, UAE.

    Rakesh K | Event Manager
    Apex Global Meetings
    +91 8977610040

    Management of Climate Change in Secondary and Small Cities

    Air Pollution

    Atmospheric Changes

    Atmospheric Sciences

    Biodiversity and biological conservation


    Carbon Cycle

    Carbon Sequestration

    Carbon Tax

    Climate and Energy Policy

    Climate Change Adaptation

    Climate Change and Climatology

    Climate Change and Coastal Stressors

    Climate Change and Health

    Climate Change Economics

    Climate Change Law & Policy

    Climate Hazards

    Climate Regulation

    Climate Systems

    Climate Technology

    Co2 Capture and Sequestration

    Co2 Emissions


    Disaster Management

    Earth Sciences

    Ecology and Ecosystems


    Ecological complexity

    Effective Adaptation

    Emissions and Control

    Energy Policy

    Environmental Geotechnics and Climate Change



    Geothermal Power & Heat

    Global Climate Strategies and Policies

    Global Warming Modelling/Simulation

    Green Technology and Green Production

    Greenhouse Gas Emissions

    Greenhouse Gases


    Low-Carbon Energy

    Natural Hazards and Disaster Management

    Oceans and Climate Change

    Ozone Depletion

    Polar Ice Cap Melting

    Pollution and Climate Change

    Recycling and Waste Management

    Renewable & Non-Renewable Resources

    Renewable Energy and Climate Change

    Sea-Level Rise

    Sustainability and Climate Change

    Sustainable Biofuels

    Temperature Extremes

    Tropical Cyclones

    Weather Sciences

    Tropical Cyclones

    Weather Sciences

    Agricultural Sustainability and Climate Change

    Agricultural Sustainability and Climate Change

    Climate change is an international environmental issue that has increasingly attracted business attention in the past decade, because of its actual or potential strategic impact on many companies. Climate change poses strategic dilemmas for companies across a range of industries, affecting those that produce fossil fuels (e.g. oil, utilities), depend on these fuels directly (e.g. chemicals, airlines) or indirectly (automobile and aircraft manufacturers), and those that want to develop new market opportunities arising from risk coverage or emerging emission trading systems (e.g. banks, insurance). While public and policy interest started already in the late 1980s, leading to a first international agreement at the Rio-conference in 1992, the main driver for corporate strategic change was the adoption of the Kyoto Protocol in 1997 (Grubb, Vrolijk and Brack, 1999).

    This event spurred the development of regulation, and increased the pressure from non-governmental organisations (NGOs) on governments to ensure ratification of the Protocol, and on companies, which were urged to take appropriate steps to address global warming. In the period leading to the Kyoto meeting, a considerable number of large multinational companies in particular had started to spend much time and effort in trying to influence, both individually and through a range of business associations, their government’s stance on an international climate treaty and emission reduction policies (Ikwue and Skea, 1994; Kolk, 2000; Levy, 1997; Newell and Paterson, 1998). With only some exceptions, companies initially opposed the adoption of such measures and regulation. Uncertainties about the economic, technological and strategic impact of an international climate policy led many of them to stress the threats to their business and the negative consequences for the economy as a whole. Especially in the US, the unresolved scientific nature of the global warming debate was often used as further argument.

    Important Dates

    Abstract Submission Deadline

    September 25, 2024

    Earlybird Registration Deadline

    February 25, 2024

    Standard Registration Deadline

    April 25, 2024

    Onspot Registration

    November 11, 2024

    Scientific Committee

    Volen Atim

    Prof. Prakash Kumar Jha

    Mississippi State University
    Volen Atim

    Dr. Dale S. Rothman

    George Mason University
    Volen Atim

    Dr. Yi-Ming Wei

    Beijing Institute of Technology
    Volen Atim

    Dr. Jakub Kostecki

    University of Zielona Góra

    Plenary Speakers

    Prof. Dr. Shankar Lal Garg

    World Researchers Associations

    Prof. Brian H Roberts

    University of Canberra

    Dr. Maria Gabriela Meirelles

    University of the Azores

    Dr. Sergei Petrovskii

    University of Leicester

    Keynote Speakers

    Dr. CB Bhattacharya

    University of Pittsburgh
    H Index-42
    United States

    Assoc Prof. Mohammad Reza Najafi

    University of Western Ontario

    Prof. Liu Kai

    Beijing Normal University

    Invited Speakers

    Prof. Tarek Ahmed Temraz

    Suez Canal University

    Dr. Justas Kazys

    Vilnius University

    Dr. Momtaj Bintay Khalil

    University of Technology Sydney

    Dr. Mohammad Arif Kamal

    Aligarh Muslim University

    Prof. Zhongsheng Guo

    Northwest A&F University

    Faegheh Amani Fard

    Aalto University

    Prof. Dr. Mohamed Abuhashim

    Zagazig University

    Dr. Sanjib Kumar Panda

    National University of Singapore
    H index-59

    Dr. Salman Asma

    American University in the Emirates
    United Arab Emirates

    Dr. Mehdi Pasha Karami

    Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute

    Msc. Arch. Malgorzata Kozak

    Lublin University of Technology

    Dr. Elvis D Achuo

    University of Dschang

    Media Partners


    Registration Includes

    • Access to all conference sessions, poster and exhibition area
    • Conference kit including name tag, program booklet and Abstracts book
    • 2 Coffee breaks and lunch for all the event days of the conference
    • Certificate of participation from Conference chair/ Session chair
    • Access to the all scientific sessions
    • Access to Business Development Sessions and Global Networking Session

    Benefits of Joining Conference

    • Encouraged to publish full length articles in Supporting Journals with discounted APC charges
    • Best Oral, Poster and Young Research Forum (YRF) presentation awards
    • Get Opportunity to Collaborate with future Apex Global Meetings
    • Avail Group Booking Discounts

    Group Booking Discounts

    Groups of three or more will receive a Special discount by using the group code. If you have any queries, please contact us at or call