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Workshop - 1st International Workshop on ICT for Combating Climate Crisis (ICT4C3)

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Climate change is the defining crisis of our time and it is happening even more quickly than we feared. But we are far from powerless in the face of this global threat. As Secretary-General António Guterres pointed out in September 2019, “the climate emergency is a race we are losing, but it is a race we can win”. No corner of the globe is immune from the devastating consequences of climate change. Rising temperatures are fuelling environmental degradation, natural disasters, weather extremes, food and water insecurity, economic disruption, conflict, and terrorism. Sea levels are rising, the Arctic is melting, coral reefs are dying, oceans are acidifying, and forests are burning. It is clear that business as usual is not good enough. As the infinite cost of climate crisis reaches irreversible highs, now is the time for bold collective actions. 

At the same time, information and communication technologies (ICTs) are being rapidly deployed around the world. The ICTs can reduce energy use, cut greenhouse gas emissions and build resilience to combat the climate crisis. According to a recent report, SMARTer 2030: ICT Solutions for 21st Century Challenges, ICT can slash global greenhouse gas emissions by 20% by 2030, thus holding them at 2015 levels, while generating over USD 11 trillion in economic benefits and connecting an additional 2.5 billion people to the knowledge economy by 2030.  

This workshop aims to bring together leading researchers in ICT for combating climate crisis with government and industry representatives, including decision-makers with an interest in using ICT to address the climate crisis, researchers focusing on ICT solutions on climate crisis and developers of sustainable ICT systems or applications for combating climate crisis.  


Topics include (but are not limited to) the following examples that all ought to discuss ICT4C3 research and their implications to the humanity: 

Assessing ICT Impacts on Diverse Ecosystems 

Technical, economic, and Social Responses to climate crisis  

Climate crisis and Health and Wellbeing e.g., traditional chinese medicine for depressions 

Global Warming, Agriculture and food security 

Climate crisis and resource e.g., AI enabled renewable energy harvesting 

Climate crisis: ICT-driven measurements, modelling, and predictions such as Big data analytics, and AI for supporting the detection, forecasting, and communication of natural hazards, Detecting natural disasters with remote sensing 

ICT and Weather Information Management 

ICT transfer and innovative solutions to climate crisis  

Climate crisis, Green initiatives and products 

Migration, poverty, and gender issues in the face of climate crisis 

Natural resources and Biodiversity in a warming world 

Carbon management and climate crisis mitigation 

Impacts, Hazards, risks, and effective adaptation to climate crisis  

Climate crisis driven economics, law and policy 

Climate crisis Curriculum and education 

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Submission Deadline: 15 of October 2022 


General Co-chairs: 

- William Liu, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand 

- R Venkatesha Prasad, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands 

TPC Co-chairs 

- Edward Oughton,George Mason University, USA 

 - Xun Shao, Toyohashi Univeristy of Technology, Japan  


Keynote & Panel Co-chairs 

- Paula Latapu, Christ's University in Pacific, Tonga 

- Sheikh Izzal Azid, University of the South Pacific, Fiji  


Publicity Chairs 

- Salman Naseer, University of the Punjab, Pakistan 

- Simon Xiang, South China Sea Institute of Planning and Environmental Research, China


Steering Committee 

- Jinsong Wu, Universidad de Chile, Chile 

- Luca Chiaraviglio, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy  

- Celimuge Wu,The University of Electro-Communications, Japan 

- Ian Welch, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand  

- Jian Song, Tsinghua University, China 

- Thomas Lin, TCM Chinese Medical Centre, New Zealand

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