The Green Chemistry Network (GCN) aims to promote awareness and facilitate education, training and practice of Green Chemistry in industry, commerce, central, regional and local government, academia and schools.
I was part of the 2014 cohort of the GreenScreen Practitioner Program and highly recommend it for anyone interested in building greater skill at conducting robust chemical hazard assessments for informed safer substitution.
The next cohort begins May 5, 2015. Applications are due April 15, 2015; space is limited. You can learn more about the ...
The University of California, Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry (BCGC) is advancing green chemistry through research, teaching and engagement in the interdisciplinary areas.
Demand for green chemists is greatest in industry, especially in the technology, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and consumer-health sectors. But demand is also emerging in entertainment and office-supply companies. Would-be green chemists should also brush up their skills in marketing, improve their understanding of business and manufacturing and become well acquainted with ...