People; migrating to different countries due to climate change, drought, social, political and human problems. These causes of migration are an integral part of a whole. Today, on average, one person is migrating every second.
Considering that climate change will increase in time, these migrations will create a much bigger traffic. Undoubtedly, such a situation means the reshaping of the world politically, geographically, culturally and economically.
For a livable world, scientists, policy-makers and researchers have to produce more effective, efficient and humanitarian solutions to climate change and migration. In order for solutions to be effective, scientists from all fields must collaborate, discuss and shape the future.
The aim of XI. IMCOFE is to mature theoretical and practical knowledge in the main theme of ecology, climate change, and migration, to reveal the interrelation between these concepts and to interpret the ecological, political, economic and ethical effects of these concepts through scientific methods and to disseminate this information to their interlocutors.
We would be honored to welcome you in our congress
Dr. Christian RUGGIERO (Sapienza University of Rome)