Minimization of climatic impact on water and water-based energy systems : Special Issue in IJHCE

Title of the Special Issue: Minimization of climatic impact on water  and water-based energy systems  Journal: International Journal of Hydro Climatic Engineering Open Access: Yes Article Processing Charge: Zero. No publication cost. Click here to submit: http://energyinstyle.we bsite/IJHCE.html#features1-2d The special issue will publish original research articles or reviews which try to minimize the climatic impact or analyze the vulnerabilities of water and water-based energy systems to climatic abnormalities. The issue invites new and original manuscripts for submission in the journal if the manuscript relates to the special issue. The papers that depict the use of soft computation techniques to provide solutions for industrial, agricultural as well as domestic consumers and having a significant societal impact, will have a greater chance of selection. Papers having UG students as one of the authors will be preferred. Relevant Topics from which we are expecting submissions: climate

Call for Special Issue : Impact of Climate Change on Virtual and Green Water Availability in Arid Regions

  Virtual water is the amount of water used in industries as raw material, and Green Water is the volume of water utilized in agriculture. The availability of both of them is essential for the socio-economic development of any region. As arid areas are characterized by water scarcity, such places will be more vulnerable to climate change impacts. As these two types of water use are vital for the GDP of any region, maintaining a minimum water volume for the said purposes will be necessary. This Special Issue will accept original research works on the said problem and will publish the same after a thorough peer review and finding a practical solution from the article. Last Date of Submission: 28th July 2021 Estimated Date of Publication: 28th Sept 2021 Click here for More Details .

What is in store for us in the near future,see the Earth Institute tweet

The following post depicts what is in store for us in the near future This summer's fires, droughts, and record-high temperatures should serve as a wake-up call. We are all climate refugees now via @JeffDSachs — Earth Institute (@earthinstitute) August 6, 2018

NASA report on Water Scarcity

Water is drying out all over the World.Not only in South Africa or California or UK as reported in the recent news stories,most of the places in the World is under stressed condition due to shortage of water. The report from NASA as discussed in the news bulletin from RT TV confirms the same. This report is based on the availability of water in the aquifers of the World as detected by the N A S A 's  GRACE satellite. Mrinmoy Majumder,PhD My RG Profile