The 2011 Global Conference on Global Warming (GCGW-11) will be held on July 11-14, at the Calouste Gulbenkian Congress Center, in Lisbon, Portugal.
The GCGW-11 will provide a forum for the exchange of latest technical and research information on the field; will present new developments in the area of global warming and climate change; and will debate the shaping of future directions and change, including priorities for better environment, sustainable development and energy security.
The primary topics of conference are global warming and climate change, not only in engineering and science, but also in all other discipline namely ecology, education, social sciences, economics, management, political sciences, and information technology.
The conference aims at bringing together researchers, scientists, engineers, practitioners, policy makers, even politicians from all over the world to exchange information, present new technologies and developments, and discuss the future directions, strategies and priorities in a global warming scenario, namely energy use and energy efficiency, mitigation and adaptation strategies.
The conference will also cover a broad range of topics on energy and environment policies, energy resources, energy conversion technologies, energy management and conservation, energy security, renewables, green technologies, emission reduction and abatement, carbon tax, sustainable development, pollution control and measures, policy development, among other topics.
The event will include plenary sessions, keynote lectures, and several specialized sessions on different topics related to global warming and potential solutions.