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About conference

Conference Series LLC Ltd. greets you to attend the Global meet on Green and Sustainable Chemistry during   December 07-08, 2020 in Sydney, Australia which includes keynote speakers, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions and workshops. We heartily invite all the participants interested in sharing their knowledge and research in Recycling and Environmental Sciences. Global meet on Green and Sustainable Chemistry is mainly based on the theme “Green and Sustainable Chemistry Advancing towards a Safer and Sustainable Future”

The Goal of Green Chemistry is to minimize waste, eliminating the toxicity of waste, minimize energy use and utilize green energy (solar thermal, solar electric, wind, geothermal etc.) - that is, no fossil fuel.

This conference will be the best platform to explore your research work, innovations and helps to learn how to take advantage of the current market to maintain and grow your business from the leading experts in the field of Recycling.

Why to attend???

•           Build your professional network.

•           Hear about the latest research.

•           Improve your presentation and communication skills.

•           Get response on an early version of your latest work.

•           Acquire beyond your field or interest.

•           Get opportunity to people to meet you.

•           Know the strengths and weakness of your conferences.

•           Easier to solve the problems and struggles which you go through at work.

Target Audience:

•           Scientists

•           Young research fellows

•           Research Scholars

•           Residents, Fellows & Post Docs

•           Students

•           Agro, Bio, Chemical, Medical, Pharma, Technology Companies

•           Business Executives & Directors

•           Chemistry Associations

•           Advertising Agency Executives

•           Industry professionals

 

Sessions and Tracks

Track 01 - Biomass and Bioenergy

Biomass is the fuel that is developed from organic materials, a renewable and property supply of energy want to produce electricity or totally different sorts of power. It may be a renewable supply of fuel to provide energy since waste residues can continuously be – in terms of mill residuals, forest resources and scrap wood; and forests can continuously have trees, and that we can continuously have crops and the residual biological material from those crops. Biomass offers remarkable environmental and consumer advantages, protective air quality, and contribute the foremost dependable renewable energy supply. It has the potential to moderate greenhouse warming through the availability of energy from CO2-neutral feed stocks. Biomass doesn't add Global greenhouse gas to the atmosphere because it absorbs a constant amount of carbon in growing because it releases once it's consumed as a fuel. It may be an important supply of energy and the most significant fuel worldwide once coal, oil and gas.

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Societies:

Europe: European Chemical Sciences, Belgium; Society of Austrian Chemists, Austria; Royal Society of Chemistry, Belgium; Chemical Society of France, France; Society of German Scientists, Germany; Association of Greek Chemists, Greece; Association of Hungarian Chemists; Hungary; Italian Chemical Society, Italy; Polish Chemical Society, Poland; Portuguese Society of Chemistry, Portugal; Slovak Chemical Society, Slovakia; Swedish Chemical Society, Sweden; Swiss Chemical Society, Switzerland; Royal Dutch Chemical Society, The Netherlands; Norwegian Chemical Society, Norway.

USA: American Chemical Society; American Institute of Chemists; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Association of Analytical Communities; Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

Asia-Pacific: Chemical Society of Japan; Chemical Research Society of India; Japan Association for International Chemical Information; the Korean Chemical Society; the Chemical Society of Thailand

Track 02 - Cleaner production and Green Nanotechnologies

Green nanotechnology can affect the proposal of nanomaterial’s and products by reducing pollution from the production of the nanomaterial’s, taking a life cycle approach to Nano products to estimate and reduce where environmental effects might occur in the product chain, designing toxicity out of nanomaterial’s and using nanomaterial’s to treat existing environmental problems. Green nanotechnology has built on the principles of green chemistry and green engineering. Green nanotechnology applications might also involve a clean production process, such as producing nanoparticles with sunlight; the recycling of industrial waste products into nanomaterial.

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Societies:

Europe: European Chemical Sciences, Belgium; Society of Austrian Chemists, Austria; Royal Society of Chemistry, Belgium; Chemical Society of France, France; Society of German Scientists, Germany; Association of Greek Chemists, Greece; Association of Hungarian Chemists; Hungary; Italian Chemical Society, Italy; Polish Chemical Society, Poland; Portuguese Society of Chemistry, Portugal; Slovak Chemical Society, Slovakia; Swedish Chemical Society, Sweden; Swiss Chemical Society, Switzerland; Royal Dutch Chemical Society, The Netherlands; Norwegian Chemical Society, Norway.

USA: American Chemical Society; American Institute of Chemists; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Association of Analytical Communities; Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

Asia-Pacific: Chemical Society of Japan; Chemical Research Society of India; Japan Association for International Chemical Information; the Korean Chemical Society; the Chemical Society of Thailand

 

Track 03 - Pollution prevention and control

Pollution Prevention and Control which aims to monitoring, modelling, risk analysis and preventive measurements of the pollution. It aims to remove ambiguities and discrepancies, ensure clearer environmental benefits, promote cost-effectiveness and encourage technological innovation. It is an action that reduces the amount of contaminants released into the atmosphere. Prevention of pollution conserves natural resources and can also have significant financial benefits in large scale. 

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Societies:

Europe: European Chemical Sciences, Belgium; Society of Austrian Chemists, Austria; Royal Society of Chemistry, Belgium; Chemical Society of France, France; Society of German Scientists, Germany; Association of Greek Chemists, Greece; Association of Hungarian Chemists; Hungary; Italian Chemical Society, Italy; Polish Chemical Society, Poland; Portuguese Society of Chemistry, Portugal; Slovak Chemical Society, Slovakia; Swedish Chemical Society, Sweden; Swiss Chemical Society, Switzerland; Royal Dutch Chemical Society, The Netherlands; Norwegian Chemical Society, Norway.

USA: American Chemical Society; American Institute of Chemists; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Association of Analytical Communities; Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

Asia-Pacific: Chemical Society of Japan; Chemical Research Society of India; Japan Association for International Chemical Information; the Korean Chemical Society; the Chemical Society of Thailand

 

Track 04: Green Chemistry and Technology

The idea of green chemistry is study of new idea which developed in the business and regulatory society as a natural evolution of pollution preventive actions. In our exertions to improve crop protection, medicines, and commercial products where we are causing unplanned harm to our planet and humans. Green chemistry takes a stride further and builds new concepts for chemistry and engineering to design chemicals, chemical processes and products in a way that circumvents the production of toxic substances and waste generation. New catalytic reaction procedures continue to develop to advance the objectives of Green Chemistry, while methods such as photochemistry, microwave and ultrasonic synthesis has been broadly used, leading to remarkable results. Green Chemistry targets to eliminate generation of hazards at their design stage itself. Green chemistry decreases the pollution at its source by eliminating or lessening the risks of chemical feedstock’s, solvents, reagents, and products. Green chemistry is the design of processes and chemical products that lessening or reduces the generation of hazardous substances.

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Societies:

Europe: European Chemical Sciences, Belgium; Society of Austrian Chemists, Austria; Royal Society of Chemistry, Belgium; Chemical Society of France, France; Society of German Scientists, Germany; Association of Greek Chemists, Greece; Association of Hungarian Chemists; Hungary; Italian Chemical Society, Italy; Polish Chemical Society, Poland; Portuguese Society of Chemistry, Portugal; Slovak Chemical Society, Slovakia; Swedish Chemical Society, Sweden; Swiss Chemical Society, Switzerland; Royal Dutch Chemical Society, The Netherlands; Norwegian Chemical Society, Norway.

USA: American Chemical Society; American Institute of Chemists; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Association of Analytical Communities; Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

Asia-Pacific: Chemical Society of Japan; Chemical Research Society of India; Japan Association for International Chemical Information; the Korean Chemical Society; the Chemical Society of Thailand

 

Track 05: Green Chemical Reactions

Reactions play the most major role in synthesis. Green Chemistry appeals for the development of new chemical reactivity’s and reaction conditions that can potentially provide benefits for chemical syntheses in empathies of resource and energy efficiency, operational ease, product selectivity, and health and environmental safety. Some of green reaction methods include atom economy where the reaction seeks to maximize the incorporation of the starting materials into the final product of any given reaction; direct conversion of C–H bonds where transformation of the C–H bonds of organic molecules into desired structures without extra chemical conversions represents another class of major desirable reactions; synthesis without protections where organic synthesis extensively utilizes protection–DE protection of functional groups, which increases the number of steps in synthesizing the desired compounds but green chemistry is needed to perform organic synthesis without protection and DE protection; flow reactors where importance to greener syntheses is the development of tandem and cascade reaction processes that incorporate as many reactions as possible to give the final product in single operation. In biocatalysts where the potential effectiveness of various catalysts such as enzymes, whole cells, and catalytic antibodies for organic synthesis has become more recognized.

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Societies:

Europe: European Chemical Sciences, Belgium; Society of Austrian Chemists, Austria; Royal Society of Chemistry, Belgium; Chemical Society of France, France; Society of German Scientists, Germany; Association of Greek Chemists, Greece; Association of Hungarian Chemists; Hungary; Italian Chemical Society, Italy; Polish Chemical Society, Poland; Portuguese Society of Chemistry, Portugal; Slovak Chemical Society, Slovakia; Swedish Chemical Society, Sweden; Swiss Chemical Society, Switzerland; Royal Dutch Chemical Society, The Netherlands; Norwegian Chemical Society, Norway.

USA: American Chemical Society; American Institute of Chemists; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Association of Analytical Communities; Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

Asia-Pacific: Chemical Society of Japan; Chemical Research Society of India; Japan Association for International Chemical Information; the Korean Chemical Society; the Chemical Society of Thailand

 

Track 06: Green Energy & Renewable Resources

Green energy, at times called renewable or sustainable energy comes from natural sources like wind, water, and sunlight. It is more environmentally friendly than other types of energy and doesn’t contribute to climate change or global warming. Green energy is generally defined as the energy that comes from natural sources such as sunlight, rain, plants, wind, waves, algae and geothermal heat. These energy resources are renewable in nature. Renewable energy sources have lesser impact on the environment which produces pollutants such as greenhouse gases as by-product, causative to climate change. Improvements in renewable energy technologies have lowered the cost of solar panels, wind turbines and other sources of green energy. Research into renewable, non-polluting energy sources is progressing at such a fast pace. The most common types of green energy include solar power, wind power, wind power, geothermal energy, biomass, and biofuels.

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Societies:

Europe: European Chemical Sciences, Belgium; Society of Austrian Chemists, Austria; Royal Society of Chemistry, Belgium; Chemical Society of France, France; Society of German Scientists, Germany; Association of Greek Chemists, Greece; Association of Hungarian Chemists; Hungary; Italian Chemical Society, Italy; Polish Chemical Society, Poland; Portuguese Society of Chemistry, Portugal; Slovak Chemical Society, Slovakia; Swedish Chemical Society, Sweden; Swiss Chemical Society, Switzerland; Royal Dutch Chemical Society, The Netherlands; Norwegian Chemical Society, Norway.

USA: American Chemical Society; American Institute of Chemists; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Association of Analytical Communities; Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

Asia-Pacific: Chemical Society of Japan; Chemical Research Society of India; Japan Association for International Chemical Information; the Korean Chemical Society; the Chemical Society of Thailand

 

Track 07: Green Engineering and Sustainable Designing

Green engineering approaches the design, commercialization of products and the use of processes and products in a manner that concurrently reduces the amount of pollution that is generated by a source, reduces exposures to potential hazards, and promotes sustainability as well as protecting human health without effecting the economic viability and efficiency. Fundamental Principles of green engineering comprises engineering processes and products use systems analysis, and assimilate environmental impact assessment tools; minimising the depletion of natural resources; assure that all energy and material inputs and outputs are safe and compassionate as much as possible; Create solutions further than current technologies to improve, innovate, and invent to achieve sustainability.

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Societies:

Europe: European Chemical Sciences, Belgium; Society of Austrian Chemists, Austria; Royal Society of Chemistry, Belgium; Chemical Society of France, France; Society of German Scientists, Germany; Association of Greek Chemists, Greece; Association of Hungarian Chemists; Hungary; Italian Chemical Society, Italy; Polish Chemical Society, Poland; Portuguese Society of Chemistry, Portugal; Slovak Chemical Society, Slovakia; Swedish Chemical Society, Sweden; Swiss Chemical Society, Switzerland; Royal Dutch Chemical Society, The Netherlands; Norwegian Chemical Society, Norway.

USA: American Chemical Society; American Institute of Chemists; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Association of Analytical Communities; Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

Asia-Pacific: Chemical Society of Japan; Chemical Research Society of India; Japan Association for International Chemical Information; the Korean Chemical Society; the Chemical Society of Thailand

 

Track 08: Green Technologies in Food Manufacture & Processing

Green food production often suggests organic farming practices a few centuries ago. This type of farming uses a small area of land for crops and another area for grazing beef, sheep, and goat. Farm entities were almost always independent with no use of pesticides or herbicides and the only fertilizer used was manure. Organic farming wills ensembles the notion of a green technology. Primary, secondary, and tertiary processing techniques are discovered to convert raw produce into value-added foods and ingredients. Primary processing techniques such as cleaning, grading, duelling, sorting, and milling are used as initial step in processing most of the grains. One of the most promising technological approaches to decrease environmental footprint in food processing is the use of enzymes.  Enzymes speed up reaction rates and results in savings in terms of time, energy, and cost. Food enzymes provide advantages in terms of specificity, sensitivity, their relative non-toxicity, high activity at low concentrations, and ease of inactivation.

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Societies:

Europe: European Chemical Sciences, Belgium; Society of Austrian Chemists, Austria; Royal Society of Chemistry, Belgium; Chemical Society of France, France; Society of German Scientists, Germany; Association of Greek Chemists, Greece; Association of Hungarian Chemists; Hungary; Italian Chemical Society, Italy; Polish Chemical Society, Poland; Portuguese Society of Chemistry, Portugal; Slovak Chemical Society, Slovakia; Swedish Chemical Society, Sweden; Swiss Chemical Society, Switzerland; Royal Dutch Chemical Society, The Netherlands; Norwegian Chemical Society, Norway.

USA: American Chemical Society; American Institute of Chemists; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Association of Analytical Communities; Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

Asia-Pacific: Chemical Society of Japan; Chemical Research Society of India; Japan Association for International Chemical Information; the Korean Chemical Society; the Chemical Society of Thailand

 

Track 09: Waste Management

Waste management are the activities and actions required to manage waste from its inception to its final disposal. Recycling is the procedure of collecting and processing materials. Recycling includes the three steps mainly those are Collection and processing, Manufacturing, purchasing New products made from Recycled Materials. Many benefits are there by recycling process mainly prevents pollution by reducing the need to collect new raw materials, Saves energy, increases economic security by tapping a domestic source of materials.

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Societies:

Europe: European Chemical Sciences, Belgium; Society of Austrian Chemists, Austria; Royal Society of Chemistry, Belgium; Chemical Society of France, France; Society of German Scientists, Germany; Association of Greek Chemists, Greece; Association of Hungarian Chemists; Hungary; Italian Chemical Society, Italy; Polish Chemical Society, Poland; Portuguese Society of Chemistry, Portugal; Slovak Chemical Society, Slovakia; Swedish Chemical Society, Sweden; Swiss Chemical Society, Switzerland; Royal Dutch Chemical Society, The Netherlands; Norwegian Chemical Society, Norway.

USA: American Chemical Society; American Institute of Chemists; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Association of Analytical Communities; Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

Asia-Pacific: Chemical Society of Japan; Chemical Research Society of India; Japan Association for International Chemical Information; the Korean Chemical Society; the Chemical Society of Thailand

 

Track 10:Ultra Sound Technology in Green Chemistry

 

As part of a rapidly growing field of study, the applications of ultrasound in green chemistry and environmental applications have a promising future. Compared to conventional methods, ultra sonication can bring various benefits, such as environmental friendliness cost efficiency, and compact, on-site treatment. Ultrasonic technology summarizes the main studies and innovations reported in recent research that has utilized ultrasound methods in environmental analysis, water, and sludge treatment, soil and sediment remediation to air purification.

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Societies:

Europe: European Chemical Sciences, Belgium; Society of Austrian Chemists, Austria; Royal Society of Chemistry, Belgium; Chemical Society of France, France; Society of German Scientists, Germany; Association of Greek Chemists, Greece; Association of Hungarian Chemists; Hungary; Italian Chemical Society, Italy; Polish Chemical Society, Poland; Portuguese Society of Chemistry, Portugal; Slovak Chemical Society, Slovakia; Swedish Chemical Society, Sweden; Swiss Chemical Society, Switzerland; Royal Dutch Chemical Society, The Netherlands; Norwegian Chemical Society, Norway.

USA: American Chemical Society; American Institute of Chemists; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Association of Analytical Communities; Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

Asia-Pacific: Chemical Society of Japan; Chemical Research Society of India; Japan Association for International Chemical Information; the Korean Chemical Society; the Chemical Society of Thailand

 

Track 11: Green Economy

The green economy is defined as economy that aims at reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcities, and that aims for sustainable development without degrading the environment. An inclusive green economy is an alternative to today's dominant economic model, which exacerbates inequalities, encourages waste, triggers resource scarcities, and generates widespread threats to the environment and human health. The concept of the green economy has emerged as a priority for many governments. By transforming their economies into drivers of sustainability, these countries will be primed to take on the major challenges of the 21st century -from urbanization and resource scarcity to climate change and economic volatility.

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Societies:

Europe: European Chemical Sciences, Belgium; Society of Austrian Chemists, Austria; Royal Society of Chemistry, Belgium; Chemical Society of France, France; Society of German Scientists, Germany; Association of Greek Chemists, Greece; Association of Hungarian Chemists; Hungary; Italian Chemical Society, Italy; Polish Chemical Society, Poland; Portuguese Society of Chemistry, Portugal; Slovak Chemical Society, Slovakia; Swedish Chemical Society, Sweden; Swiss Chemical Society, Switzerland; Royal Dutch Chemical Society, The Netherlands; Norwegian Chemical Society, Norway.

USA: American Chemical Society; American Institute of Chemists; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Association of Analytical Communities; Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

Asia-Pacific: Chemical Society of Japan; Chemical Research Society of India; Japan Association for International Chemical Information; the Korean Chemical Society; the Chemical Society of Thailand

 

Track 12: Green Manufacturing

The term “green” manufacturing can be looked at in two ways: the manufacturing of “green” products, particularly those used in renewable energy systems and clean technology equipment of all kinds, and the “greening” of manufacturing — reducing pollution and waste by minimizing natural resource use, recycling and reusing what was considered waste, and reducing emissions.

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Societies:

Europe: European Chemical Sciences, Belgium; Society of Austrian Chemists, Austria; Royal Society of Chemistry, Belgium; Chemical Society of France, France; Society of German Scientists, Germany; Association of Greek Chemists, Greece; Association of Hungarian Chemists; Hungary; Italian Chemical Society, Italy; Polish Chemical Society, Poland; Portuguese Society of Chemistry, Portugal; Slovak Chemical Society, Slovakia; Swedish Chemical Society, Sweden; Swiss Chemical Society, Switzerland; Royal Dutch Chemical Society, The Netherlands; Norwegian Chemical Society, Norway.

USA: American Chemical Society; American Institute of Chemists; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Association of Analytical Communities; Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

Asia-Pacific: Chemical Society of Japan; Chemical Research Society of India; Japan Association for International Chemical Information; the Korean Chemical Society; the Chemical Society of Thailand

Track 13: Natural Products Chemistry

Natural Products Chemistry is a branch of chemistry which deals with the isolation, identification, structural elucidation, and study of the chemical characteristics of chemical substances produced by living organisms. Natural products are small molecules produced naturally by any organism including primary and secondary metabolites. They include very small molecules, such as urea, and complex structures, such as Texel. They might be isolable in small quantities but having interesting biological activity and chemical structures, natural product synthesis stances an interesting challenge in organic chemistry.

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Societies:

Europe: European Chemical Sciences, Belgium; Society of Austrian Chemists, Austria; Royal Society of Chemistry, Belgium; Chemical Society of France, France; Society of German Scientists, Germany; Association of Greek Chemists, Greece; Association of Hungarian Chemists; Hungary; Italian Chemical Society, Italy; Polish Chemical Society, Poland; Portuguese Society of Chemistry, Portugal; Slovak Chemical Society, Slovakia; Swedish Chemical Society, Sweden; Swiss Chemical Society, Switzerland; Royal Dutch Chemical Society, The Netherlands; Norwegian Chemical Society, Norway.

USA: American Chemical Society; American Institute of Chemists; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Association of Analytical Communities; Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

Asia-Pacific: Chemical Society of Japan; Chemical Research Society of India; Japan Association for International Chemical Information; the Korean Chemical Society; the Chemical Society of Thailand

Track 14: Nano science & Materials Chemistry

Nano science and nanotechnology are the study and application of extremely small things which are used across all the other science fields such as chemistry, biology, materials science, physics and engineering. Nano science is the study and manipulation of materials at atomic, molecular and macromolecular scales, where properties differ expressively at a larger scale. Nanotechnology is the characterisation, design, production and application of structures, devices and systems by controlling shape and size at nanometre scale. Understanding of physics and chemistry and processes at the Nano scale is relevant to all scientific disciplines, engineering and medicine, biotechnology, from chemistry and physics to biology, chemistry, automotive systems, aerospace and robotics. Materials chemistry involves the use of chemistry for the design and synthesis of materials with interesting or potentially useful physical characteristics, such as magnetic, optical, structural or catalytic properties

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Societies:

Europe: European Chemical Sciences, Belgium; Society of Austrian Chemists, Austria; Royal Society of Chemistry, Belgium; Chemical Society of France, France; Society of German Scientists, Germany; Association of Greek Chemists, Greece; Association of Hungarian Chemists; Hungary; Italian Chemical Society, Italy; Polish Chemical Society, Poland; Portuguese Society of Chemistry, Portugal; Slovak Chemical Society, Slovakia; Swedish Chemical Society, Sweden; Swiss Chemical Society, Switzerland; Royal Dutch Chemical Society, The Netherlands; Norwegian Chemical Society, Norway.

USA: American Chemical Society; American Institute of Chemists; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Association of Analytical Communities; Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

Asia-Pacific: Chemical Society of Japan; Chemical Research Society of India; Japan Association for International Chemical Information; the Korean Chemical Society; the Chemical Society of Thailand

Track 15: Environmental & Green Chemistry

Environmental chemistry encompasses the study of chemicals and chemical processes within the air, water, and soil. Environmental chemistry is more than just water, air, soil, and chemicals. People in this field use math, biology, genetics, hydrology, engineering, toxicology.  Green Chemistry is nothing but use of chemistry techniques and methods that decrease to eliminate the use or generation of feedstock, solvents, reagents, by-products, etc., that are hazardous to human health or environment. Green Chemistry is an approach to the synthesis, processing and use of chemicals that reduces risk to human health and the environment. Environmentally benign solvents have been one of the important research areas of Green Chemistry with great advances seen in chemical reactions. New catalytic processes continue to develop to advance the goals of Green Chemistry, while techniques such as microwave and ultrasonic synthesis as well as in situ spectroscopic methods has been broadly used, leading to spectacular results.

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Societies:

Europe: European Chemical Sciences, Belgium; Society of Austrian Chemists, Austria; Royal Society of Chemistry, Belgium; Chemical Society of France, France; Society of German Scientists, Germany; Association of Greek Chemists, Greece; Association of Hungarian Chemists; Hungary; Italian Chemical Society, Italy; Polish Chemical Society, Poland; Portuguese Society of Chemistry, Portugal; Slovak Chemical Society, Slovakia; Swedish Chemical Society, Sweden; Swiss Chemical Society, Switzerland; Royal Dutch Chemical Society, The Netherlands; Norwegian Chemical Society, Norway.

USA: American Chemical Society; American Institute of Chemists; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Association of Analytical Communities; Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

Asia-Pacific: Chemical Society of Japan; Chemical Research Society of India; Japan Association for International Chemical Information; the Korean Chemical Society; the Chemical Society of Thailand

 

 

Market Analysis

Green chemicals are recognized for their environmental friendliness, providing a base for the sustainable chemical market. In the last few years, toxic chemicals have been facing bans due to the generation of hazardous chemicals. In such a scenario, green chemicals are playing a significant role, as they are designed to reduce or eliminate the use or generation of hazardous substances. Moreover, in the making of green chemicals, green chemistry applies across the life cycle of a product. Hence, it is known as sustainable chemistry. In 2015, over 50 million tonnes of bio-based chemicals were factory-made and this is often anticipated to reach over 80 million tonnes by 2020. Application across varied segments such as food process, housing, textiles, transportation, hygiene, atmosphere, and pharmaceuticals are anticipated to grow significantly over the next five years. By 2020, green chemicals market is estimated to reach over $100 billion, with a CAGR of 11%. Our reports provide a significant summary of the green chemical market, with respect to strategic analysis, restrictive framework, regional analysis, companies portfolios and industry structure.

The global green chemicals market is recording high growth in emerging economies such as India, China, Brazil, Russia, and Indonesia. Many manufacturers of green chemicals are shifting their manufacturing operations to these countries due to factors such as availability of land, economical labor, low transportation costs, and favorable regulations promoting the use of green chemicals. Also, these markets are characterized by increased spending on pharmaceuticals, automobiles, electronics and electricals, and consumer goods. Therefore, the global green chemicals market is expected to grow significantly in emerging economies during the forecast period.

The all-over global market for green chemistry & Technology, which includes bio-based chemicals, renewable feedstock, green polymers and less-harmful chemical formulations are projected to grow from $11 billion in 2015 to nearly $100 billion by 2020.

 

Past Conference Report

Organizing Committee cordially invites participants from all over the world to attend 10th World Congress on Green Chemistry and Technology, scheduled during July 10-11, 2019 at Paris, France mainly focused on the theme “Green Chemistry and Technologies: Advancing Toward a Safer and Sustainable Future”.

Green Chemistry Congress aims to bring together the prominent researchers academic scientists, and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences on all aspects of Green Chemistry. It is also an interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent advances, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges and solutions adopted in the fields of Green Chemistry.

10th World Congress on Green Chemistry and Technology will focus on many interesting scientific sessions and covers all frontier topics in Green Chemistry which includes Principles in Green Chemistry, Green Catalysis, Green Materials, Green Synthesis and Designing, Greener Bioprocesses, Green Chemistry applications in industries, Green energy, Waste Valorization techniques, Environmental Chemistry aspects, Green Economy, Sustainable flow chemistry, Green Engineering & Manufacturing, Green Polymers, Green Chemistry applications  in different industries, Green Catalyst & Reagents and many more. In the coming years Green Chemistry is known as a specific field of science and technology. The focus is mainly on minimizing the hazards and maximizing the efficiency of any chemical choice. The conference also includes Keynote speeches by prominent personalities from around the globe in addition to both oral and poster presentations.

The conference commenced with the presence of worthy Keynote forum and among the notable ones, few are listed below.

  • Dimitris S. Argyropoulos, North Carolina State University, USA
  • Thorsten Brandau, Brace GmbH, Germany

On behalf of Green chemistry 2019, Organizing Committee is glad to invite contributions from the enthusiastic academicians, scientists to organize International Symposiums/Workshops that are both empirical and conceptual in exploring new dimensions of green chemistry challenges towards achieving the solutions.

 

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