The 4th International Conference on Environmental Pollution and Prevention (ICEPP 2016) will be held in Kyoto (Japan) from next 25 December to 27 December.
The conference’s programme will address a wide range of topics including air pollution and treatment, desalination, water pollution and treatments, biofuels, the impact of industrialization on the environment, renewable and non-renewable energies, soil pollution, ground water issues, greenhouse effects, global warming and climate change, among others.
The 4th International Conference on Environmental Pollution and Prevention is sponsored by the Asia-Pacific Chemical, Biological & Environmental Engineering Society.
The 24th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition, EUBCE 2016, is a must-attend event for all those engaged in the renewable energy industry field. The meeting will take place in Amsterdam (Netherlands) from 6 to 9 June next.
The conference programme will address hot topics from biomass resources and conversion technologies to policies, markets and sustainability, among others which will introduce discussions on issues such as small-scale applications, environmental effects, municipal and industrial waste, sustainable energy use, thermochemical conversion of biomass, advances in cropping systems, hydrothermal liquefaction, soil impacts of non-forest biomass and Novel biogas feedstock and hydrogen production, among many others.
The 24th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition is the world’s largest event focused on biomass.
The 7th International Conference on Environmental Science and Development is being held in Rome (Italy) from February 1st to February 3rd. The meeting has as objective to allow the participants to share knowledge, to develop relationships between stakeholders involved and the acquisition of awareness of the importance of promoting scientific information interchange, among others.
The topics included in the conference’s call for submission have been environmental science and technology, biodiversity conservation, ozone layer depletion, biofuels, renewable sources of energy, air pollution and control, solid waste management and water treatment and reclamation among many others.
The ACEEE Energy Efficiency Finance Forum will be held in San Francisco (California, USA) from next 31st May to 2nd June.
Conference’s participants will have an insight into relevant topics such as financing models and structures, the impact of the policy landscape, program design, serving “hard to reach” markets and driving demand, among others.
The Energy Efficiency Finance Forum is a leading meeting worldwide in the field of investment with the energy efficiency industry sector.
The Electrochemical Society Meeting, ECS 2015, will take place in Chicago (USA) from 24th May to 28th May. The technical program will address some of the most burning issues in this field including low carbon energy technologies, batteries and energy storage and nature inspired electrochemical systems among many others.
Running alongside the conference program there will be short courses and professional development workshops such as Nanotechnology for Bioenergy: Biofuels to Fuel Cells, Scientific Writing for Scientists and Engineers and Essential Elements for Employment Success, among others.