The 7th International Scientific Conference on Climate Change was held successfully from 8 – 10 October 2014, at Kostis Palamas building of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

The Conference was held under the auspices of  

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Hellenic Chairmanship




ISBN: 978-960-466-142-8

ISSN: 2241-7850-3

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Session: Policies

  1. Policy Coordination for Green Bioeconomy – A Manifesto for Southern Europe, by Prof. Emmanuel KOUKIOS - National Technical University of Athens, Hellas
  2. Participatory Backcasting Approach in Energy Planning –An Experience from the City of Niš, by Dr. Marija ŽIVKOVIC - University of Belgrade, Serbia
  3. Scenarios for a Greenhouse Gas Neutral Society in Germany, by Mr. Mark NOWAKOWSKI - Federal Environment Agency, Germany
  4. Wind, Biomass and Solar Energy Resources in Egypt, by Prof. Zeinab SAFAR - Cairo University, Egypt
  5. Short term assessment of the energy efficiency policy mixtures in the Black Sea Region, by Dr. Popi KONIDARI, Energy Policy and Development Centre – National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Hellas

Session: Climate Change

  1. The use of alkaline industrial waste in the capture of carbon dioxide, by Prof. Krzysztof WARMUZINSKI - Institute of Chemical Engineering, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
  2. The Norwegian support and subsidy policy of electric cars. Should it be adopted by other countries? by Professor Anders SKONHOFT-Norgegian University of Science and Technology , Norway
  3. A review on climate change adaptation policies for the transportation sector, by Mr. Iraklis STAMOS - Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Hellenic Institute of Transport Hellas
  4. Energy Demand Analysis and Energy Saving Potentials in the Greek Road Transport Sector, by Dr. Spyros KIARTZIS - HELLENIC PETROLEUM S.A., Hellas
Session: Renewable Energy Sources

  1. Legal issues in Chinese international trade disputes on photovoltaic products --- On the perfection of green subsidies WTO rules , by Prof. Chien Te FAN - National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
  2. Validation and utilization of numerical weather model data in energy systems analysis of decentralized electricity production, by Mr. Hans SCHERMEYER - Karlsruher Institute for Technology, Germany
  3. Recycled waste plastics composite: Possible construction material for wind turbine blades, by Ms. Janet M. MWANIA - University of Nairobi, Kenya
  4. Biodiesel Production from Microalgal Systems: A Resource Based Feasibility and GHG Assessment, by Mr. Lazaros KARAOGLANOGLOU, National Technical University of Athens, Hellas
  5. Potentials of Biofuel Generation from Organic Waste – A Pilot Project at a Composting Facility in Darmstadt, by Dipl.-Ing. Jan KANNENGIESSER - Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
  6. Energy and Exergy Analysis Concepts: Modeling of Olkaria II Geothermal Power Plant in Kenya, by Mr. Nahshon NYAMBANE - University of Nairobi, Kenya
  7. Ecological risks and Opportunities of Eucalyptus planting - Case study in the framework of the PGM-E, by Ms. Laura PRILL - University of Hamburg, Germany
  8. Economic analysis of an offshore wind farm near Samothraki island, by Dipl. Eng. E. I. KONSTANTINIDIS - Democritus University of Thrace - Department of Production Engineering and Management, Hellase
  9. Reforming Energy Subsidies for a Better Implementation of Renewable Energies in Tunisia, by Mrs. Asma DHAKOUANI - Ecole Nationale d'Ingenieurs de Tunis,Tunisia
  10. Economic valuation of energy-wood plantations in Northern-Madagascar
  11. Horizon scanning for social sustainability in the bioenergy value chain, by MBA Mrs. Elena FEDOROVA - Thule Institute, University of Oulu, Finland
  12. Feed-in Tariff Reform in PV Sector: What’s the Next Step? by Dr. Anton Ming-Zhi GAO - National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
  13. Impact of distributed generation on power system: case study, by Dr. Astrit BARDHI - University Polytechnic of Tirana, Albania
  14. Investigating the opportunities for wave energy in the Aegean Sea, by Mr. George LAVIDAS - Institute for Energy Systems - University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom


Session: Projects

  1. SUstainability Policy and practice: An Executive Re-training program (SUPER), by Prof. Emmanuel KOUKIOS - National Technical University of Athens, Hellas
  2. CIRCLE- 2/ Adapt-Med “Is current decision making “adapted to internalize adaptation” into policy making? Project Presentation, by Mrs. Theodora PARAMANA - National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Hellas 
  3. Mobilizing and transferring knowledge on post-2012 climate policy, by by Ms. Anastasia IOANNOU - University of Piraeus, Hellas
  4. European CCS Demonstration Project Network: Real life experiences towards a low carbon world by Mrs. Zoe KAPETAKI - Global CCS Institute, Belgium
  5. Belenos Activities in the field of green energy and its storage, by Dr. Elli VARKARAKI - Belenos Clean Power Holding, Switzerland
  6. Accelerating progress towards the Green Economy, by Ms. Anastasia IOANNOU - University of Piraeus, Hellas
  7. Cooperation between local and regional authorities for sustainable energy and climate - results of the European Coopenergy project, by Edoardo CROCI, IEFE – Bocconi University, Milan
  8. Case study in the framework of the Economics of Land Degradation Initiative on Energy-wood plantations in northern Madagascar, by Mr. Gernot GAUGER - University of Hamburg, Germany
  9. Funding projects in Greece, by Mr. Konstantinos VENETSANOS, NATIONAL BANK OF GREECE S.A., Hellas
  10. The IncoNet EaP project and Opportunities for Grants Dr. George BONAS, IncoNet EaP Scientific Coordinator CeRISS, Hellas


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