International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Applications of Green Chemistry in the Remediation of Environment

Activity by Prem Mohan Mishra   |   added on Feb 03, 2011   |   India Official_iyc_logo

Sponsor(s): M L S M College, Darbhanga & ACT, Mumbai (east zone)

To search ways for development of environmentally benign processes and products. Help to solve large global problems such as climate change, energy consumption & management of our water resources. It will give a chance to combine various related forces to identify and solve complex and multiva

i. To rebuild the foundation to advanced green Chemistry as a new science. ii. To assess the current state of art in green chemistry and discuss the role of chemical research and science policy in advancing global environmental protection and sustainable development. iii. Educating students about cleaner and more sustainable greener tomorrow. iv. To identify green alternatives of the worst offender chemicals. v. To reduce potentially hazardous wastes through smarter production. vi. To establish green chemistry as an innovative way of thinking from a mere public relations label. vii. To correct the barrier to the scientific, technical and commercial success of green chemistry through fundamental policy changes. viii. To talk about the available technologies and also to have dialogue about the issues that need to be resolved. ix. To increase the amount the amount of information about green chemistry so that someone in industry with a specific problem can come along and look at the specific options available. x. To bring biologists, engineers and scientists from a range of discipline with chemists.
Topic: sustainable and green chemistry, celebrating chemistry, seminars Audience: students, professional chemists, educators, professors, industrial chemists, universities, research scientists, post graduate students, teachers, women chemists, educational institutions, tertiary education, decision makers
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