Elsevier, Current Opinion in Green and Sustainable Chemistry, Volume 13, October 2018
A brief review of Chilean policies on sustainability along with the academic efforts related to green chemistry, in order with this new scenario are discussed.
Elsevier, Current Opinion in Green and Sustainable Chemistry, Volume 13, October 2018
Until now, much Green and Sustainable Chemistry has been focused on how chemicals are made.
Dealing with current and future global challenges, corporate social responsibility has become a key element for sustainable and responsible companies.
The use of biomass for energy production is one way to ensure energy security and address the environmental issues related to the use of fossil fuels in developing countries.
Elsevier, Thermal Science and Engineering Progress, Volume 7, September 2018
Rural communities in developing countries often require small cold storage for vital medicines while having no access to electricity.
The authors work at the Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence (GCCE) at the University of York and are all currently involved in the H2020-BBI-funded project ReSolve for the development of safer bio-ba
Bruce H. Lipshutz is currently a professor of chemistry at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
John A. Gladysz is a Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Texas A&M University, where he holds the Dow Chair in Chemical Invention.
In 2007, John Warner and Jim Babcock founded the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry and, with Amy Cannon, founded the green chemistry education nonprofit organization Beyond Benign.

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