5–9 September 2011 International Conference on Green Chemistry
Today’s greater environmental awareness, tougher governmental regulations and climbing oil prices are all contributing to the re-shaping of the chemical industry.
Governments continue to struggle with balancing the needs of industry with their responsibilities to protect the environment and safeguard the public. Consumers too have become more sophisticated in their understanding of environmental issues and are more vocal in their demands for greener products. The dependency on oil and other fossil fuels has forced the industry to explore alternative energy and raw material sources. This has led to a higher need for innovative solutions that address both economic realities and environmental protection.
In September 2011, The Conference on Materials and Technologies for Green Chemistry in Tallinn will confront these issues head-on. We select an elite group of speakers and sponsors to showcase the latest research trends and emerging industry best practices that cover novel uses of natural resources that cause minimum waste and pollution.
The conference is bringing together Europe’s leading scientists from both academia and industry who are committed to finding technologies that not only ensure long-term economic success but also reduce the carbon footprint and dependency on non-renewable resources.On behalf of the Scientific and Organizing Committees, it is our pleasure to cordially invite all people involved in any aspect of studies and applications in chemistry leading towards sustainable development in science and technology to join us at the International Conference on Materials and Technologies for Green Chemistry