February, 20th 2020: Open now - Round 01 date for paper abstract submission
February, 21th 2020: Notification of abstract acceptance - Round 01
February, 29th 2020: Close of early bird registration
(Registrations taken on a ‘first come first served’ basis and are limited to 220 attendees)
April-May: Abstracts in Round 02 considered pending cut-off at 220 attendees
May, 25th to 27th 2020: Workshop
Address: DEAKIN UNIVERSITY DOWNTOWN - Tower 2 Level 12/727 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3008, Australia
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The "International Workshop on Advances in Cleaner Production" is a multi/interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of information and research results on technologies, concepts and policies based on Cleaner Production and conceived to assist the desired transition to a sustainable society.
Cleaner Production is a concept that goes far beyond the simple pollution control. It includes research and development of new processes, materials and products directed to promote the efficient use of resources and energy. Prevention must be the first approach of governments and corporations concerning sustainable development, and for this, environmental friendly strategies allied to economical robustness of products and services must be assured.
The adoption of Cleaner Production by governments, companies, and universities is getting speed with technical assistance and training programs, but it is worthy of attention that all these initiatives, even if implemented by all governments and corporations, do not guarantee the achievement of sustainable development. There is still a lack of a science, and consequently of a consolidated engineering devoted to the sustainable development.
The "9th International Workshop on Advances in Cleaner Production" is an international forum to be held in may 25th to 27th, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. The "9th International Workshop: Advances in Cleaner Production" aims to promote:
1. The exchange of academic information
2. The presentation of recent achievements
3. The discussion of common problems and their possible solutions
4. The contact among academic knowledge and corporative experiences
5. The discussion of the event’s theme “Towards Sustainable Energy-Water-Food Nexus: The Contribution of Cleaner Production”
Researchers interested on Cleaner Production and Sustainable Development are invited to submit papers. Authors devoted to correlated themes are also welcome.