ICDA, Carbon conference, ICDA 2023, ICDA Mangalore

Scientific Sessions

Climate Change Impacts

Mitigation and Adaptation strategies Comprehensive summary of the current state of knowledge on climate change and its impacts, based on the most up-to-date scientific research.

Measuring baseline emissions

Determining emissions reductions, Verification and validation in all aspects of Agronomy, Horticulture, Agroforestry, Irrigation, Fertilizer application, Farm mechanization Food, Nutrition both traditional and modern, Documenting indigenous practices, changes in farming practices, Soil Organic Matter, Ocean Uptake, Geological Sequestration.

Use of precision agriculture platforms

For optimizing agricultural production for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

Decarbonising Agriculture

Charting a Pathway for Sustainable Growth- Green sysnthesis of fertilizers, nano fertilizers, Natuarl Farming, Biodynamic farming, Advances in cultural practices, Crop-Livestock Integration,organic farming, Eco-agriculture& perm cultur, Using renewable energy, Adopting agroforestry practices Innovative methods of Pest and disease management, PM KUSUM Scheme, R strategy, Zeba technologies,Changjng growing environments siuch as SRI, DSR,AWD SCI etc.

Phenomics and Genomics

Phenomics and Genomics approach of decarbonizing develop disruptive technologies to meet goal of decarbonisation, Plant Photosynthesis.

Carbon sequestration

Carbon sequestration happens through various natural processes, including plant photosynthesis, soil organic matter formation, ocean uptake, and geological sequestration. By understanding these processes, we can develop strategies to enhance carbon sequestration and mitigate the impacts of climate change.

Developing Carbon

Developing carbon credit trading platform Soil carbon modeling, Carbon accounting, Carbon sequestration, Soil carbon fractionation, soil organic carbon (SOC) stock-increasing SOC levels is an important strategy for decarbonizing agriculture and mitigating the impacts of climate change. By implementing practices that promote SOC, farmers can help to build more sustainable and resilient agricultural systems that benefit both people and the planet.

Creating knowledge

Creating knowledge base and awareness About carbon emissions data, accounting rules, technologies for carbon capture, storage and utilization, quantifying carbon emissions, targets, actions, schemes, policies for emissions reduction in agriculture, and setting emissions reduction targets

Carbon footprint analysis

Per capita carbon emissions ,carbon accounting system and assessment processes and methodologies in agriculture, carbon capture storage and sequestration strategies in agriculture. Developing a carbon trading mechanism ,Certifying emissions reductions