Energy is backbone of any society for its sustainability. However, sustainability of the society is at risk due to continuously increasing energy demand, rampant use of limited fossil fuels and their adverse impact on the environment. Burning of fossil fuels create pollution and increases temperature of earth atmosphere, which eventually leads unfavourable conditions for food grain, soil fertility, potable water, human health and inconsistency in the natural processes (e.g. shifting the seasons). As a result, focus on of the scientific community, politicians, governments, policy and decision makers has shifted to explore and utilize the sustainable energy resources, conversion technologies, efficient process and system utilizing energy in sustainable manner that can ensure the sustainability of society in future. Recently, significant efforts have been made in different areas for developing and innovating technologies and processes for utilizing fossil fuels sustainably and conversion, utilization of renewable energy sources, preserving water resources, organic farming, food management and security, energy sufficient architecture etc. In order to ensure the sustainability, developed technologies and process are being demonstrated and implemented, low cost and highly efficient materials are explored, promotional policies are developed and new capacity buildings programs are offered. The progress and developments in the listed areas are required to be shared among the global stakeholders for speedy replication, progress and development and ensuring the sustainability of natural systems to provide the natural resources and ecosystem services on which the economy and society depend. The aim of the conference is to bring all the stake holders of sustainable development and climate change to one platform to discuss the progress, achievements and advancements in processes, methodologies, techniques, technologies, policies, education and governances that can effectively and economically contribute in addressing the issues hindering the sustainable development of the society and severely impacting the climate change. Through this conference we offer an opportunity to exchange new and advancements in the area of listed themes and subthemes among stakeholders for further speedy progress in sustainability and limiting the rise in global temperature. Moreover, the conference opens new doors for networking and initiating the bilateral and multilateral interdisciplinary research in areas of mutual interests for achieving the sustainable development goals (SDGs), which is essentially required limiting global warming (rise in global temperature less than 2 °C or even 1.5 °C by the end of this century) and reducing adverse impact on the agriculture, infrastructure and society.