The worldwide impact of the COVID-19 epidemic has been immense. This phenomenon has transformed most elements of how we live and work, including world economy and energy, environment, and natural resources sustainability. The pandemic’s shock causes a global reduction in emissions, and this has provided an excellent chance for every country to quickly implement smart measures to recover their economies while also transitioning away from fossil fuels and toward renewable energy. The pandemic has also increased environmental issues, such as the increasing use of detergents, plastics, hand sanitizers, personal protective equipment kits, face masks and gloves, and other clinical thrashes, which may lead to increased contamination to the environment. These situations necessitate a multidisciplinary approach from difference stakeholders, including engineers, policymakers, and researchers, to develop a more resilient society against future threats. As to this we are looking forward to having you and your participation in the symposium of energy and environmental science and engineering, held virtually on 18-19 August 2021, to share your research, insights, and works in the response to the pandemic.
Call for Papers
Authors are requested to submit an abstract to the Organizing Committee by 31 July 2021. The abstract must contain the following section: introduction, aim of the study, method, results, conclusion, and keywords. The abstract must have no longer than 200 words.
[IMPORTANT] To submit an abstract, authors must register first (click here). Then they can submit their abstracts by logging in to this site (menu “Submission System” then “Login”). The submitted abstracts will be selected for presentation. The manuscripts (full papers) should be submitted only after the abstracts are accepted. The paper must be submitted before 10 August 2021. Please go to “Submission System” menu then “Login” to submit the full paper. Selected papers will be published in proceedings (Indexed by Scopus/WoS) / RPI Proceedings. The papers should be written in English and must be between 4 to 6 pages.
- Agriculture and Food
- Biodiversity and conservation
- Biogeochemical cycles
- Climate and ecology
- Environmental chemistry
- Environmental health
- Environmental risk assessment
- Environmental engineering, sustainability, and green technology
- Infrastructure and Sustainability
- Natural resources
- Policy, socioeconomics, and law
- Water and hydrology
- Atmospheric science and meteorology
- Climatology and paleoclimatology
- Mineralogy and petrology
- Soil Science