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.
3 projects have recently been funded through the Horizon 2020 SPIRE Public-Private-Partnership to coordinate studies of current approaches:
STYLE - Sustainability Toolkit for easy Life-cycle Evaluation
SAMT - Sustainability Assessment methods and tools to support decision-making in the process industries
MEASURE - Metrics for Sustainability Assessment in European Process Industries
Scientific Program :
- 10 plenary lectures
- 18 keynotes
- 258 oral communications
- Poster sessions
- A L'Oréal satellite symposium on Cosmetic & Green Chemistry
- A special session dedicated to industrial innovations
... For the 2015 major scientific event in Green Chemistry
Early bird registration until february 28th ...
PROSUITE combines technology forecasting methods with life cycle approaches, and integrates assessment of economic, environmental and social sustainability dimensions in a standardized, comprehensive, and broadly accepted way. PROSUITE offers a new integrative sustainability assessment framework that goes beyond the traditional 3 pillars to identify five major impact categories: 1) impact on human ...