Introduction to Green Chemistry Webinar

Webinar Agenda

These three modules (The Need for Green Chemistry, Green Chemistry Definition and Principles, and Areas of Green Chemistry) provide an introduction as to why green chemistry is important, what green chemistry is and isn't, what the principles of green chemistry are, and what are some areas of focus in green chemistry.

Length: 152 slides                    Recommended time: 3 hours

Additional Resources/Reading

Anastas, P.; Zimmerman, J.  The Periodic Table of the Elements of Green and Sustainable Chemistry,  Green Chemistry  2019,  21  6545 - 6566.

Anastas, P.; Zimmerman, J.  The United Nations Sustainability Goals: How Can Sustainable Chemistry Contribute?,  Current Opinion in Green and Sustainable Chemistry  2018

Anastas, P.  Beyond Reductionist Thinking in Chemistry for Sustainability,  Trends in Chemistry  2019,  1  (2),145-148.

Erythropel, H.; Zimmerman, J.; deWinter, T.; Petitjean, L.; Melnikov, F.; Lam, C.; Lounsbury, A.; Mellor, K.; Jankovica, N.; Tu, Q.; Pincus, L.; Falinski, M.; Shi, W.; Coish, P.; Plata, D.; Anastas, P.  The Green ChemisTREE: 20 years after taking root with the 12 Principles,  Green Chemistry  2018,  20  (9),  1929-1961.

Introduction to Green Chemistry Webinar

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