Welcome to the International Conference on Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change (ICESCC), a dynamic platform that unites esteemed global experts, dedicated researchers, visionary policymakers, and influential stakeholders in a shared mission to address the multifaceted challenges of environmental sustainability and climate change.
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Our Mission and Purpose
At ICESCC, we recognize the urgency of our world’s environmental crisis and the critical need for collaborative, cross-disciplinary efforts to drive positive change. Our conference serves as a nexus for insightful discussions, cutting-edge research sharing, and the exploration of innovative solutions. By fostering meaningful collaborations and inspiring actionable strategies, ICESCC aims to advance global endeavors in combatting climate change and enhancing environmental sustainability.
A Holistic Approach
ICESCC encapsulates a diverse array of topics that span the entire spectrum of environmental sustainability and climate change. From the foundations of climate science to the intricacies of mitigation strategies, adaptation and resilience, policy governance, and sustainable development, our conference serves as a comprehensive platform for holistic discussions.
For more information on the conference topics, venue, important dates, and the members of the Scientific Advisory Committee, please browse through this website.
Established in July 2012, NIT Meghalaya’s Civil Engineering Department offers B.Tech, M.Tech (with a focus on Structural Engineering), and PhD programs spanning diverse fields. Our cutting-edge labs, advanced computational resources, and modern software empower students with contemporary technological skills. Our faculty, distinguished and dedicated, covers a wide range of expertise, playing a pivotal role in nurturing learning, innovation, and knowledge dissemination. Together, faculty and students drive NIT Meghalaya’s Civil Engineering Department as a beacon of education, research, and technological progress.
Dr. Ganesh Chandra Dhal
Department of Civil Engineering,
NIT Meghalaya, Shillong – 793003,