The solution to overcome global warming; perspective from biology, escpecially biodiversity in the entire of the world

November 25, 2023

Recently, it is a fact that we face global warming and it has become a central issue and began to be discussed in the world. Global warming is the phenomenon of increasing the average temperature on the earth’s surface and it is a dangerous phenomenon. We are starting to feel the consequences of global warming now, from extreme seasonal changes to weather anomalies. In the past, environmental issues were marginalized or submerged among other major issues such as social, political and economic, now environmental issues have become crucial and often discussed and require real attention and action at every level, from local communities to international level. This is because real evidence of environmental damage has been seen and the impact has been felt by all living creatures, not just humans. If this case still occurs, it will lead to destroying our life.

Biological diversity — or biodiversity — is the variety of life on Earth, in all its forms, from genes and bacteria to entire ecosystems such as forests or coral reefs. The biodiversity we see today is the result of 4.5 billion years of evolution, increasingly influenced by humans. Biodiversity in the world can be a solution to overcome the problem of global warming.

When human activities produce greenhouse gases, around half of the emissions remain in the atmosphere, while the other half is absorbed by the land and ocean. These ecosystems – and the biodiversity they contain – are natural carbon sinks, providing so-called nature-based solutions to global warming. Protecting, managing, and restoring forests, for example, offers roughly two-thirds of the total mitigation potential of all nature-based solutions. These are just a few examples are given by biodiversity to overcome global warming, so what other solutions to address global warming? This International Conference on Biodiversity is presented by Society for Indonesian Biodiversity will invite experts and researchers together with students and other societies from various background studies to discuss it.


  1. Genetic diversity
  2. Diversity of species
  3. Diversity of ecosystems
  4. Ethnobiology
  5. Life science and technology


Place: The Alana Malioboro
Jl. Mayjend Sutoyo No.52, Mantrijeron, Kec. Mantrijeron, Kota Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55143

Date: November 25, 2023
Time: 08:00 to 17.00 (Jakarta, GMT+7)

Note: All manuscripts relating to the sub-themes can be submitted.


  1. Prof. Dr. Fredolin Tangang
    (Former IPCC Vice-Chair WG1)
  1. Prof. Jatna Supriatna, Ph.D
    (Chairman of Research Center for Climate Change University of Indonesia)


If possible, the committee will select 1-2 manuscripts of participants to be presented during the plenary session with the keynote speakers. After the conference, the presentation and a brief biography of researchers will be uploaded on this page as keynote speakers.


  1. Registration for non-speakers: November 19, 2023
  2. Registration and deadline for abstract submissions: November 10, 2023
  3. Notification of abstract that pass to be presented (invitation & invoice): November 13, 2023
  4. Early bird registration & payments: now- November 16, 2023 (23.59 WIB, Jakarta, GMT+7)
  5. Regular registration & payments: November 17-20, 2023
  6. Acceptance of the full paper: November 25, 2023 – February 29, 2024)
  7. Notification of time schedule: November 21, 2023
  8. Implementation of the conference: November 25, 2023
  9. The process of review and revision or improvement of the full paper: until February 29, 2024


  1. Registration and deadline for abstract and full text paper submissions for graduate students (Ind.: mahasiswa pascasarjana) who register for the free of charge: November 5, 2023. Please send your abstract and full text paper via email
  2. Notification of the full text paper of no. 10 that pass to be presented (invitation): November 10, 2023


Payment is made by transfer to BNI (Swift code: BNINIDJA), No. Account: 0356986994, a.n.: Dewi Nur Pratiwi. Please send Payment proof to Payment terms:

Kategori DetailEarly-Bird Until November 16, 2023 (23.59 WIB) (x 1000)Regular November 17-20, 2023 (23.59 WIB) (x 1000)
PresenterForeignStudent/SIB MemberUSD 100*)USD 150
 Non studentUSD 150USD 200
 Additional paperUSD 100USD 100
 LocalStudent/SIB MemberIDR 1.000,000*)IDR 1.500,000
 Non studentIDR 1.500,000IDR 2.000,000
 Additional paperIDR 1.000,000IDR 1.000,000
ParticipantForeignStudent/SIB MemberUSD 50USD 60
 Non studentUSD 100USD 125
 LocalStudent/SIB MemberIDR 500,000*)IDR 600,000
 Non studentIDR 1.000,000IDR 1.250,000

*) To do a presentation on ICB free of charge for S2/S3 students whose manuscripts are ready for review and/or have submitted the complete manuscript before November 5, 2023 via email; however, it is demanded a fee to publish the paper

Note: The published manuscript in Biodiversitas or Nusantara Bioscience will receive a publishing fee rebate of USD 70/ IDR 980.000. This rebate does not apply to full manuscripts submitted after 25 Februrary 2024 (three months after the seminar) and/or approved for publication after 25 May 2024 (six months after the seminar).

——— *) On the spot registration (by notice) will be extra-charged for USD 15 (IDR 200,000.00).
———**) Cancellation 10 days before the implementation was no impact on refund. 


Registration and abstract submissions (for speakers) conducted online by filling out the form at the following link:

Abstracts will be evaluated by a scientific committee; only qualified abstract and has a novelty will be invited to be presented.

ABSTRACT TERMS: Abstract is written in English (US). The maximum length of the body abstract is 200 words. Abstract contains a title (max. 20 words), full names of all authors, mailing address of institutions of all authors (for correspondence author (s) include a phone number / fax and email), the body abstract (statement, objectives, methods, results and conclusions), and key words (max. 5 words).


Manuscript submission is conducted electronically through open journal system to:

  1. Biodiversitas, here:
  2. Nusantara Bioscience, here:
  3. Others; kindly choose here:


The manuscript must be written in English (U.S.) on the provided template. The length of manuscript is about 4000 words. The manuscript follows the following divisions: a title, names of authors and institutions, abstract, introduction, materials and methods, results and discussion, conclusions (the last paragraph of the discussion), and references. As many as 80% of references should be of scientific journals published in the last 10 years (Taxonomic literatures are excluded).

Guidance for Authors of Biodiversitas 

Guidance for Authors of Nusantara Bioscience

Download fulltext template (MS Word-97)

Due to limited presentation time slots, so only the selected papers will be orally presented, however other accepted papers will be presented in a poster exhibition. International and regional experts in fisheries and aquaculture will be invited to deliver keynote addresses during the conference. The names of the invited speakers will be finalized soon and will be informed by email. We extend an invitation to present your research results at the poster exhibition or parallel class discussion sessions. We hope that you will find out an interesting conference program and a fascinating exposition.

The manuscript presented through oral or poster.

  1. The presentation will be in English.
  2. The oral presentation is done in the form of “power point presentation” for 5-7 minutes.
  3. The poster presentation is printed with the X-Banner size 160×60 cm2.
  4. Each presenter is allocated time max. 10 minutes for a presentation and answering questions.


The poster presentation is printed with the X-Banner size 160×60 cm2 on MMT media (for exemple see below). The poster  must be written in English (U.S.) . The length of manuscript is about 800-1000 words. The poster follows the following divisions: a title, names of authors and institutions, abstract, introduction, materials and methods, results and discussion, conclusions (the last paragraph of the discussion), and references (max. 5).

Note: Kindly use your own template to create “power point presentation” or poster presentation.



  1. SIB/MBI – Society for Indonesian Biodiversity (Masyarakat Biodiversitas Indonesia)
  2. UNS – Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta, Indonesia (Program of Biology: S1, S2, S3)
  3. UNS – Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta, Indonesia (Program of Environmental Science: S1, S2, S3)
  4. Biodiversitas, Journal of Biological Diversity
  5. Nusantara Bioscience



Manual Program and Abstracts will be uploaded prior to the implementation of the International Conference. Participants get a printed version at the time of the conference.

Here to download the Manual Program & Abstract (if it is available)


The announcement of approval or not an abstract to be presented at this international conference will be conducted via email and/or through this page, on November 13, 2023