Green Chemistry Journal

The Green Chemistry Journal provides a unique forum for the publication of original and significant cutting-edge research that is likely to be of wide general appeal.  All items must be written so as to be widely accessible (conceptually) to chemists and technologists, and e.g. final year undergraduates.  Articles are explained to a broad audience through the inclusion of a 30-word contents entry that describes the novel aspects of the work.

Professor James Clark (Director of the Green Chemistry Centre, University of York) was the founding Scientific Editor of this journal.


Go to the RSC Green Chemistry site.