Scientific Program

Conference Series LLC Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 11th Environmental Science and Pollution Control Congress London, UK.

Day 1 :

Keynote Forum

Benjamin Anabaraonye

Institute of Climate Change Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.


Time : 10:30-11:00

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Benjamin Anabaraonye is the CEO of the BENJY POETRY AND MUSIC GLOBAL CONCEPTS, a company based in Nigeria whose goal is to spread joy and beauty to the community through inspirational poetry and music. He is an educator, researcher, author, poet, gifted blogger and the Director of the Project Green Initiative which exists to educate communities and institutions on climate change impacts, adaptation, and mitigation. In January 2016, he received the Green Champion Award from the United States Department of States for facilitating Understanding Climate Change. He has received trainings from United Nations Institute of Training and Research on human health and climate change. He also has a certification from Oxford University, Uk in the field Health and climate change. He has presented papers on climate change education, mitigation and adaptation at notable academic conferences in Nigeria. His abstracts and papers have been featured in International journals. Feel free to visit our educational blog: for our articles and poems on climate change adaptation and mitigation for global sustainability.



Climate change, global warming and other related environmental challenges which constitute a threat to sustainable economic growth in Nigeria have also created opportunities for green entrepreneurship. Through our literature review and participant observation, we have discovered that there is a great need for individuals, institutions and communities to adopt the use of solar energy  which is eco-friendly and has the capacity to provide green skills, green technology and green jobs for sustainable economic growth in Nigeria. This paper identifies climate change education as vital for preparing individuals, institutions and communities in Nigeria for climate change impacts and to learn how to adapt and mitigate effectively for our sustainable economic growth. This paper calls for more intensive research in disruptive innovation approach to maximize the green entrepreneurial opportunities in the use of solar energy for sustainable economic growth in Nigeria. It further identifies green entrepreneurs as assets and eco-friendly agents of positive change who are in high demand in Nigeria today. This paper examines the concept of disruptive innovation in green entrepreneurship in Nigeria and outlines the benefits and economic opportunities in the use of solar energy for sustainable economic growth in Nigeria.


Keynote Forum

Ngayap Kamgang Lambert Cyrille

Sophia University Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies,Tokyo, JAPAN

Keynote: The Conceptual Debate On Climate Change And Sustainability Versus Economic Growth And Development Of States. A Deep Reflection On “Our Common Future”

Time : 11:00-11:30

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Ngayap Kamgang Lambert Cyrille is a second year PhD student at the Grauduate School of Global Environmental Studies at Sophia University. He has been a long standing community development worker in various countries and communities in Africa between the years 2010-2019. He is interested in convergence theory ideologies in solving global environmental problems.         


As the global community ponders on development models suitable for less developed countries combating issues of poverty while promoting sustainable development goals (SDGs), the negative effects of climate change have begun manifesting worldwide more significantly via serious environmental degradation over the past few decades. As these ensuring realities continue unfolding before our eyes, our goal for sustainable development or the United Nation’s noble vision for “Our Common Future” lies not merely in policy formulation and the offer of detailed sequential global sustatinable goals agenda- No!, Far from this ideological standpoint, the solution rather lies far deep in the inner reflections on our collective experience as humanity- of our history and of our past and contemporary actions / endeavors to make things right for our collective good. This paper, adopts an inductive research approach which critically examines secondary data through content analysis as research tool, to analysis the ongoing conceptual debate on climate change and sustainability as opposed to economic growth and development. Based on this grounded theoretical analysis, the results are set to propose a New Environmental Sustainable Livelihoods Development Framework as a model that will pin point the framework of a global system of international cooperation and world governance that can administer an all-inclusive global natural resources management plan for the economic growth and development of all nations of the world through the lateral application of democracy, human rights and freedom for development as new macro variables for global security, economic and ecological harmony of our environmental.


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Rasha Shaheen is a Senior Photograph Conservator at the Egyptian Museum. She is responsible for conserving Archives in Cairo's Museums. She finished a Master's degree in Conservation of heritage paper and photographs from Catania University in Italy. Nowadays, She enrolled in Ph.D. at Fayoum University in using Nano Silver to treat with Black and White Gelatin Silver prints. She published many manuscripts in conservation and preservation in different materials (Photograph Prints, Textile, Moulds, Metals), but She is interested in conserving Archives (including paper, photographs, maps). She conserved many albums back to the 1800s, and 1900s ), like an album back to Khedive Ismail Pasha, an Album back to the opening ceremony of the Coptic Museum, an album of Anwar Al-Sadat President of Egypt back to the 1950s. She participated in many conferences, symposiums, and meetings interested in conserving paper and photographs. She has many grants to enhance my study and career. I'm a member of AIC, IIC, and ICOM.



This paper presents a study of the result of changing the mechanical and physical properties of Black and White Silver Albumin Photographs Prints due to exposure to air pollution gases. The test material used is black-and-white silver albumin photographic paper. Different properties and characteristics of the prints have then been measured and compared before and after the exposing. Mechanical and physical performance was also investigated. Tensile strength, elongation percentage, and resistance breakout force and tear have been determined. Identify of Change in color characteristics by using Colorimeter. Identify change in functional groups by using FT-IR ATR. Learn about the change in surface morphology and chemical composition of components by using SEM-ADX. The obtained results indicate a certain change in the mechanical ,physical properties of the supporting paper, which may probably increase with time. As a result of slightly influences on Albumin structure units were observed when N2 gas and CS2 gas were applied. Both gases surprisingly decreased the aging processes through decreasing CO2 release from Albumin structural unit.


Keynote Forum

Emil Henin

Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities , Egypt

Keynote: Impact of climate change on historical photographs damage

Time : 12:00-12:30

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Head of Coptic painting conservation Department Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities , Egypt



One of the most intractable problems facing those responsible for world heritage is that of climate change. Climate change implies that the environmental conditions will be different in the future, and thus shift the external factors important to cultural heritage.Cultural resources are our record of the human experience. Collectively, archeological sites, cultural landscapes, ethnographic resources, museum collections, and historic buildings and structures connect one generation to the next.In particular, the main aim of this study is Preserve Historical photographs from impact of climate changes to protect it for future generations.For many people, collecting antique and historical photographs is a hobby but historians examine these kind of photos regularly. They examine them to see what life was like in the period they were shot So historical photographs are super important. They are one of the ways we remember what happened in the past.climate changes has a serious impact on Photographs damage (Atmospheric moisture change - Temperature change - Sea level rises – Wind - Desertification - Climate and pollution acting together - Climate and biological effects ) .Therefore, preserving and Conservation photographs is imperative to achieve sustainability.



Keynote Forum

Mohamed Elmaymony

Darkroom Cairo, Egypt

Keynote: Storage Environment and Its Effect on Alteration and Damage of Acetate Films

Time : 12:30-01:00

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Mhamed Elmaymony is one of the most important photographers and collectors in Egypt. He is one of the founders of the Darkroom Foundation. He is interested in the various ancient photographic methods, methods of preservation and the factors that affect them.


Photographic materials have been produced with a variety of chemicals and substrates since their advent. In the early years from 1890 through 1930s nitrate (or nitrocellulose) base was used for cinematographic, photographic and microfilm substrates and we probably all heard stories of them being prone to spontaneous combustion. In the 1930s and certainly from the 1950s in New Zealand most of the film substrates were manufactured using a cellulose acetate base, which with homage to its predecessor was often known as “Safety Film”. Scientific tests spearheaded by Kodak suggested this film would have a life expectancy of up to 100 years if stored correctly, and in truth this was accurate.

This paper presents a study of characterization of damage to acetate films. This group of films is from the collection of Vart Studio, an Armenian owner, located in the downtown of Cairo, Egypt, and it dates back to the 1930s of the last century. These films have been documented. Surface damage was identified by using a digital microscope of 1000x and 350x. These films have been digitized. UV photography was used to identify the Signs on the surface. These films have been kept in special envelopes to keep them from changing due to weather factors.


Keynote Forum

Ahmed T. Tawfik

CEO,Scientific Management Ltd,Egypt

Keynote: Environmental Future and Fourth Industrial Revolution

Time : 13:00-13:30

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Ahmed Tawfik has diverse experiences in chemistry, environmental control and treatment. He has worked in Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency since 2000 as an environmental researcher and has several papers in environmental treatment and green chemistry. Ahmed has established environmental system management for different organization to implement, monitor and control the environment in Egypt and UAE. Dr Ahmed has received many appreciation  certificates and awards from the Egyptian ministers and UAE ministers.   
Ahmed author for many books like future readiness , scientific diplomacy, scientific philosophy and science and technology for sustainable development


Sustainable Development (SD) is the biggest challenge to the 21st century and transition to the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has estimated that global demand for food will increase 60% between 2006 and 2050[1], this will require the world’s farmers to produce more food in the next 40 years than they have done in the last 10,000 years[2], The International Energy Agency (IEA) forecasts that an increase in global energy consumption approximately 30% by 2040[3], with a 71% increase in non-OECD economies[4] this will lead to a 34% rise in global energy-related CO2 emissions by 2040 compared to 2012.[5] Meanwhile, the OECD’s International Transport Forum forecasts that there will be approximately 2.5 billion cars on the road by 2050, up from just over 1 billion today.[6] Aircraft manufacturer, Boeing, estimates that global demand for commercial airliners will reach almost 40,000 in the next two decades [7], which is double today’s total fleet. New technologies are enabling societal shifts by affecting economics, values, identities and possibilities for future generations.