Under the Auspices of the Ministry of Environment and Energy (Greece) and the Municipality of Rhodes (Greece)
On behalf of the Organizing and Scientific Committees, we are happy to announce the organization of the 15th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (CEST2017). The conference will be held in the island of Rhodes, Greece from 31st August to 2nd September 2017.
The conference is supported by the University of the Aegean (Greece), together with the University of Salerno (Italy) and the Imperial College London (UK). The main organizer is the multi-disciplinary Global NEST (Network of Environmental Science and Technology); an international scientific movement that has been successfully developing for the last 29 years with members from more than 60 countries. Global NEST is an international scientific movement focusing on innovative environmental issues.
The International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology is one of the worldwide leading environmental conferences. This biennial conference brings together engineers, scientists, researchers, students, managers and other professionals in order to address and discuss emerging environmental issues. The main aim of the conference is the presentation of state-of-the art research and innovative technologies to address local and international critical environmental issues. A wide range of topics are presented while addressing the new opportunities for the emerging science-policy interface promoting the dialogue between the scientific and policy-making communities.
The success of this conference reflects the critical environmental topics that are discussed as well as the quality of the presented papers. All the papers that are selected for either oral or poster presentation undergo a review process. As a result of the improving quality of the papers in previous conferences, their proceedings have been included in databases, such as Science Citation Index (ISI) and SRCosmos.
All the papers presented in CEST2017, will be submitted in the collaborating journals for inclusion in special issues after the normal peer review process of the journals.