Modern human civilization has been developed almost 6,000 years ago and in mankind’s journey of development, a very specific, yet changing set of policies were set into place to govern economic growth. For years the study of classical economics has been of great importance to understand the functionality and the mechanisms at which this globalized world operates. Economics as we know it is a system that allows for production, innovation, consumption, and the transfer of wealth. However, in our historical pursuit of growth, wealth and development, the environment has provided us with a vast number of resources, but it has also been a sink for our waste.
It is important to understand that all economic activities we perform are inherently linked to the environment. While we, as humans, are able to yield the maximum amount of resources needed for economic growth, we mostly ignore the importance of using them in a sustainable and efficient manner. It is mandatory to acknowledge the significance of the Earth’s environmental systems and work towards sustaining the supply of resources in order to continue paving the way towards perpetual economic growth.
There’s a probability of over 95 percent that the phenomena of global warming and climate change are caused by destructive human activities taking place for over a century. Activities that have been deemed essential for economic growth have resulted in high emissions of six destructive greenhouses gases including carbon dioxide, methane, perfluorocarbons, sulfur hexafluoride, hydrofluorocarbons, and nitrous oxide. Other forms of pollution have also left current and future generations in great danger.
It’s been five years since IEREK started its initiative to organize academic conferences in pursuit of literature that could help policy makers fulfill the bases of sustainable development in Architecture. Now, we are committed to collecting and disseminating research that will potentially help create a low carbon and resource efficient global economy.
1. Valuation And Incentives For Green Economic Policies
2. Functionality And The Mechanisms Of Green Economy
3. Innovation And Technologies In Production
4. Territorial Development
5. Ict And Logistics Services
6. Urban Infrastructure And Trade Development
7. Sustaining Natural Resources
8. Renewable Energies
9. Energy Technologies And Sustainability
10. Hydrogen Energy And Economy
11. Future Of Green Economies
12. Ecology And Ecosystem Management
13. Climate Change And Global Warming: Adaptation And Mitigation
14. Environmental Planning, Management And Policies
15. Forest And Biodiversity Conservation
16. Environmental Education
17. Green Transportation And Supply Chains Management
18. Implementing Sustainable Development Goals
19. Industrial Pollution And Emissions
20. Innovation In Health And Environment Applications
21. Water Valorization And Food Waste
22. Land Use Management And Urban Economy
Benefits Of Attending
Attending conferences is very beneficial on the professional level Conferences are full of people promoting new ideas which will expand your knowledge and undoubtedly help your career.
You not only get to hear presentations but also converse with other researchers from different universities and even countries you may have only heard or read about.You learn from experts in the field. It is a great opportunity to find more about your field and listen to ideas that could help inspire research ideas of your own.
Not to mention, you will get an overview of the place or city where the conference is being held and learn about its people and culture.
Conferences also can expand your resources by providing a great opportunity to promote gathered information on new technologies related to your research. Moreover, they let you test them out, share teaching tools and techniques, or even obtain samples of textbooks.
It is an opportunity to engage with respectable professors and discuss with them the very latest research projects they could be working on.
Delegates will have the choice of receiving the conference proceedings as either a hard cover book or in digital format on a USB flash drive. The USB flash drive will additionally contain proceedings from previous conferences in this series.
Indexing and Archiving Papers presented at IEREK conferences regularly appear in notable reviews, publications, and databases, including referencing and abstract.
IEREK has an unyielding policy regarding plagiarism. We believe that copying/taking the ideas and work of other Authors without permission and credit is fraudulent. The Reviewing committee and IEREK employees have the authority to reject a paper during its reviewing process, on the basis of the paper being subjected to either minor or major plagiarism. Duplicating any content, even if it is one sentence or one table without the consent of its original Author, will lead to the paper’s refusal upon the complaint of the plagiarism victim.
Please note that we will endeavor to assist you in obtaining a visa if needed, by sending an invitation letter, but the responsibility is yours and the decision rests solely with the appropriate Embassy.
Delegates in any event who cancel their registration due to special circumstances for any reason will receive refunds according to the following plan and according to the number of days from the start of the event:
Up to 60 days before the event
Up to 50 days before the event
Up to 40 days before the event
39 days before the event
A refund is not possible if
-An acceptance letter has been issued (Authors only)
-The proceedings of the event have been published (Authors only)
-All matters have been finalized (accommodation/travel expenses paid for)
Visa Rejection Cases
Reason and proof of rejection must be submitted. If the reason of rejection is due to an error on our part, the participant will be refunded their full fee with a deduction of a 20% administration fee.
Documents to be issued by IEREK to acquire a visa are as follows:
*Final Acceptance Letter (Authors only)
*Visa Invitation Letter
*Invoice/proof of payment
We encourage all authors and attendees to ensure their having acquired all documents (those applicable) mentioned.
If the reason of rejection is not related to any of the aforementioned and is an error on the participant’s part, the following will apply:
*Authors: may choose to let their co-author present his/her research on his/her behalf free of charge. If the author does not have a co-author, a member of the scientific committee shall present on the author’s behalf.
*Audience members/Registrants: will only be allowed to attend another similar event of their choosing that is organized by IEREK free of charge.