​​Invitation to Participate in the International Hybrid Conference on Climate Justice and Sustainable Environment (ICCJSE) 2023

Roya Institute for Global Justice is pleased to invite all interested scholars to participate in (ICCJSE) 2023 hybrid conference. We are proud that one of the Roya Institute representatives in India, Dr. Mrinalini Banerjee, is one of two convenors of this conference. We wish her more success.

The conference focuses on providing a single platform for experts from the scientific community, economists, social thinkers, and the legal fraternity to consider the damage of climate change. This conference aims to tackle some of the threats of Climate Change. This conference motivates stakeholders to research by confronting the challenges through scientific innovation, carbon trading, carbon sequestration, disaster management, green building, freshwater, and ocean conservation to ensure sustainable development.

  • Abstracts submission Deadline: 10 March 2023
  • Conference Dates: 24-26 March 2023


1. Climate Change and Global Warming

Anthropogenic Climate Change

  •  Impact of Agriculture, Aquaculture, and Farming on Climate Change
  •  Industrialisation and Climate Change
  • Consumerism and Climate Change
  • Logistics and Climate Change
  • Impact of Waste Creation on Climate Change
  • Armed Conflict and Climate Change
  • Global Warming and Sea level rise
  • Astronomy and Climate Change
  • Waste Management
  • Impact of Mining

Dealing with Climate Change

  • Carbon Trading
  • Environmental Conservation in Polar Regions
  • Carbon Sequestration
  • Interpretation of COP
  • Disaster Management
  • Green Building

Natural Causes of Climate change

  • Emission from Forest Fires, Oceans, Wetlands, Permafrost, Mud Volcanoes, Volcanoes, and Earthquakes.
  • Orbital Changes
  • Variation in Solar Radiation
  • Movement of Crustal Plates
  • El Niño-Southern Oscillation

2. Protection of Flora and Fauna

  • Wildlife Conservation
  • Effect of Deforestation on the Environment Ÿ Migratory Birds and Animals
  • Nesting
  • Poaching of Animals and Birds
  • Micro-organisms and Environment

3. Biotechnology, Development vis-à-vis Environment, and Agriculture

Agriculture and Biotechnology

  • Biotechnology and GM Crops
  • Biotechnology and Food Security  
  • Labelling of GM Food

Quest for Good Governance in Open-Field


  • Agricultural Biotechnology as a Sui Generis Object of Regulatory Control
  • Good Governance

4. Freshwater Conservation

  • Water Management for the Protection of
  • Mountains and Rivers
  • Fresh Water Biodiversity
  • Industrial River Pollution
  • Tourism and River Pollution
  • 5. Sustainable Development Goals
  • Clean Water and Sanitation 
  • Energy and Climate Change 
  • Forcibility of Sustainable Development in Today’s Time 
  • Precautionary actions for the protection of the environment 
  • Marine Protected Areas’ Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Prospect
  • Marine Spatial Planning for ensuring Sustainable  Development

6. Marine Environment

  • Protection of Marine Biodiversity
  • Sustainable Fisheries
  • Coral Reef and Algae Conservation 
  • Cetacean stranding Causes, Impact, and Response 
  • Impact of Ocean Acidification
  • Role of International, Regional and Local Organisations

Impact of Shipping on the Environment

  • Anthropological Noises from Ships
  • Impact of Emissions from Ships
  • Impact of Marine Bio-fouling
  • Oil Sea Pollution
  • Environmental Impact of Ship Recycling
  • Marine Eco-tourism
  • Role of International, Regional and Local Organisations

Land-Based Marine Pollution

  • Impact of Industrial Wastes on Oceans
  • Garbage Disposal at Sea
  • Sewage Disposal at Sea

Ocean Conservation

  • Impact of Deep-Sea Mining on Ocean
  • Anthropological Noise and Marine environment
  • Exploration and Exploitation of the Sea for Research and Scientific Development
  • Impact of Military Actions on the Marine Environment

Certificates And Publication: 

  • All the selected participants presenting their papers would be provided with a Certificate of Presentation. 
  • Selected papers will be considered for WoS and SCOPUS Indexed Journal. Please note that the final selection or rejection of the paper is based on the discretion of the Journal.

Conference Convenors:

  • Ms. Mrinalini Banerjee,

Assistant Professor (Research), Member, Centre for Environmental Law, Sustainable Development and Climate Change Gujarat National Law University

  • Mr. Abhay Singh Thakur,

Assistant Professor, Head, Centre for Maritime Environmental Law, Gujarat Maritime University