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Workshop for secondary level chemistry teachers Suggestion Suwandi Sibarani | added on May 02, 2011 Organizing and conducting chemistry teachers' workshop would be a great idea. In this activity all chemistry teachers will be invited to be trained to be a professional chemistry teacher in secondary level. I would gladly organize this event if approved.
Changing habits- changing climates Discussion Rupashree Dass | added on Apr 27, 2011 little habits that make a big difference
Request for Donations Suggestion N.M. Sanjaya Hettigedara | added on Apr 21, 2011 Sri Lanka has made a considerable progress in the implementation of IYC 2011 activities. A request is made for assistance from the donors, to continue the rest of the activities.
|Topic:||hands-on activities, engaging the youth, workshops, conferences, seminars, competition, exhibition||Audience:||professional chemists, international, global, decision makers, regional, educators, scientists|
RECOGNITION OF THE CHEMISTRY PROFESSION Suggestion N.M. Sanjaya Hettigedara | added on Apr 21, 2011 As highlighted in the IYC 2011 declaration, chemistry and chemical sciences are involved in every aspect of life and in almost every thing that we use. In view of its importance in the national development the profession of Chemistry and the professional chemist should be given due recognition by the Governments.
|Topic:||workshops, conferences||Audience:||general public, scientists, professional chemists, researchers, decision makers|
Green Chemistry in the Arab Region Collaboration Ziad Khalifa | added on Apr 06, 2011 The Objective of our initiative is to provide a macroeconomic analysis of policy reforms and investments to the Arab region in green sectors and in greening brown sectors. The initiative will assess how sectors such as renewable energies, clean ans efficient technologies, water services ans sustainable agriculture can contribu