International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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cooperation between universities and municipalities by having workshop about climate change Collaboration Collaboration mehrnaz gol   |   added on Jun 30, 2010 students and lecturers by the help of municipalities can have workshops for local people about effects of chemical pollution on climate change and train them the roles every body can have by itself to decrease and control climate change
Topic: workshops, climate change, environment Audience: general public

The Chemistry of the Forests Collaboration Collaboration Javier Garcia-Martinez   |   added on Apr 22, 2010 Joining forces with the 2011 International Years of Forests
Topic: green chemistry, environment, engaging others Audience: general public

Visualizing and Understanding the Science of Climate Change Discussion Discussion Peter Mahaffy   |   added on Nov 30, 2009 A recent IUPAC project is developing a set of interactive, web-based materials to help students visualize and understand the underlying science of climate change.
Topic: climate change, models, environment Audience: students, teachers, professional chemists