23-25 January 2023
Climate change and covid-like pandemic situations affect multiple levels of human life. Excessive rainfall, flooding, pandemics, and other natural and human-made disasters stress resources particularly, energy, water, and food to name a few, and shock normal human life. Moreover, governance capacities and sustainable development are challenged. To better prepare for these challenges resilient policies, governance, and technologies are required. Sustainable Development Goals (2015-2030) agenda guides resilient and sustainable development.
Policies and governance are key areas requiring attention to address shocks, pandemics, and climate change to mention a few. The World Health Organization declared Pakistan’s Covid 19 policy as a success and resilient to overcome such a challenge. Moreover, during Covid-19 the use of technology increased virtual communication globally. Many examples show the successful use of technology and resilient governance to address water scarcity, wastewater treatment, water recycling, water and sanitation, groundwater quality and quantity, urban planning, land use, food security, energy security, and disaster management.
We invite papers both theoretical and empirical that address a wide range of issues in policy, governance, sustainability, and resilience to climate change and other shocks. This conference aims to bring scholars, practitioners, communities, industry, and all stakeholders to share their experiences and solutions for each theme of the conference.
Please, submit abstracts to [email protected]. The accepted abstracts can be recorded in a 5-10 minutes presentation and submitted in case you are unable to join the conference in person. Abstract acceptance: November 12, 2022 Full-length papers submission: November 27, 2022
Student: Rs 1500 Faculty: Rs 2000 Other: Rs 2000Stay tuned for the conference schedule and online registration process.
Climate change and covid-like pandemic situations affect multiple levels of human life. Excessive rainfall, flooding, pandemics, and other natural and human-made disasters stress resources particularly, energy, water, and food to name a few, and shock normal human life.