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The GC3 hosts webinars on topics of interest to the members. Presentations given as part of these webinars are available below.
Amy Cannon, Ph.D., Executive Director,
| John C. Warner, President and Chief Technology Officer,
Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry LLC
The 12 principles of green chemistry were developed nearly 20 years ago and have withstood that test of time. Several organizations have embraced these principles into their R&D culture, providing internal training and inclusion into stage gate processes. This webinar will review the 12 principles providing the audience with a somewhat deep dive into each principle. Specific research and commercialization projects from the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry will be used to illustrate the principles across a diverse set of industry sectors. This intention of this presentation is to provide useful information to the bench chemist designing new products and processes and the non-technical individual working in the broader field of sustainability. This webinar will provide an important overview of green chemistry principles for a range of sectors and job classifications within firms.
At the end of the webinar, participants will:
Understand the definition and meaning of green chemistry
Understand the importance of integrating toxicity into chemical design
Understand the 12 principles of green chemistry through concrete examples
The GC3 provides a limited number of free webinars to non-members. To participate in all future webinars and view archived audio recordings and presentations become a GC3 member today.
GC3 Mainstreaming Green Chemistry Webinar Series: Perceptions and Experiences of Practitioners
Lynn Leger, Director, ALCERECO
GC3 Green Chemistry Education Webinar Series: Integrating Toxicity Information into Chemical Design
Martin J. Mulvihill, Executive Director, Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry
Jakub Kostal, Chief Scientific Officer, Sustainability A to Z, LLC
Nigel Greene, Associate Research Fellow Compound Safety Prediction Group, Pfizer
GC3 Mainstreaming Green Chemistry Webinar Series: State Perspectives on Promoting Green Chemistry
Alister Innes, Green Chemistry Coordinator, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Mark Brady, Clean Technology Strategist, Business Oregon
GC3 Green Chemistry Education Webinar Series: Toxicology and Why You Should Care
Cal Baier-Anderson, Toxicologist, US Environmental Protection Agency
Steven Gilbert, Director, Institute of Neurotoxicology & Neurological Disorders
Rob Roy, Lead Toxicology Specialist, 3M Medical Department
Advancing Green Chemistry Innovation in the Pharmaceutical Industry: The GCI Pharmaceutical
Roundtable’s Research Grant Program
Julie Manley, Guiding Green LLC & Coordinator of the ACS, Green Chemistry Institute's Pharmaceutical Roundtable
Using Crowdsourcing to Solve Green Chemistry Challenges & Create New Market Opportunities
Alph Bingham, Founder & Board Member, InnoCentive
The Value of Green Chemistry
Helen Holder, Corporate Material Selection Manage, Hewlett-Packard Co.
Andy Shafer, Executive VP Sales and Market Development, Elevance Renewable Sciences, Inc.
Tse-Sung Wu, Program Manager, Environment, Health and Safety Department, Genentech
Accelerating Commercialization of Green Chemistry Technologies at GreenCentre Canada
Rui Resendes, Executive Director, GreenCentre Canada
Professor Kaichang Li: Successes and Lessons from a Serial Green Chemistry Innovator
Kaichang Li, Professor, Oregon State University
Successful Industry Collaborations for Evaluating the Performance of Safer Chemical Alternatives
Greg Morose, Research Manager, Toxics Use Reduction Institute
Eliminating Restricted Substances in the Apparel and Footwear Supply Chain: The AFIRM Supplier Toolkit
Nathaniel Sponsler, Manager-Product Regulations, Gap Inc.
The Guide to Safer Chemicals: How Retailers Can Improve Chemicals Management
Mark Rossi, Co-Director of Clean Production Action
Green Chemistry Innovation in the Chemical Industry: Venturing and Start-Ups
Cora Leibig, Vice President of R&D, Segetis and Erik Rutten, Senior Investment Manager, DSM Venturing
The Federal Trade Commission’s Green Guides: What Retailers Need to Know
Laura Koss, Senior Attorney, Federal Trade Commission
How Can Companies Meet Increasing Demands by Their Customers for Greater Transparency on Chemical Content and Safety While Still Protecting Critical Intellectual Property
Mark Greenwood, Partner, Ropes & Gray and Roger McFadden, VP, Senior Scientist, Staples
The Boots UK Story: How a British Retailer is Moving Beyond Compliance and Leading the Way in Reducing Toxic Chemicals in its Products
Stephen Johnson, Head Of Quality & Technical Policy, Boots, UK
The Making and Marketing of Greener Products
Al Iannuzzi, Senior Director of Product Stewardship and Green Marketing, Johnson & Johnson
Technology Advances Green Chemistry: Four Case Studies on how GreenWERCS has Helped Advance Safer Chemistry
Kieran Callahan, Director, Business Development, The Wercs Ltd
Chemical Substances in Products, Policy and Management Tools
Paul Ellis, Quality Regulation Manager, Kingfisher PLC
Nike Green Chemistry and the Promise of Open Innovation
John Frazier, Director of Considered Chemistry, Nike
An Overview of EPA’s Current Activities to Support Alternatives Assessment and Safer Chemistry
Wendy Cleland-Hamnett, Director, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, EPA
Presentation of California's Draft Regulations for Safer Consumer Products and their implications for Green Chemistry
Maziar Movassaghi, Acting Director, California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC)
Moving From Class Rooms to Board Rooms: Approaches to Green Chemistry Education
Dr. Amy Cannon, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Beyond Benign
Nanotechnology and the Environment: Benefits and Risks
Kristen Kulinowski, PhD, Director, International Council on Nanotechnology; Executive Director, Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology
Introduction to the Energy and Materials Flow & Cost Tracker (EMFACT)
Terri Goldberg, NEWMOA and Rick Reibstein, Massachusetts OTA
Green Chemistry and Green Seal
Christine Chase, Green Seal, Inc.
Webinar Participation Details
Participation in the webinar is free to GC3 member companies. Participation information will be circulated to GC3 members over the green-innovation listserv. Others may join the webinar for a fee of $50. Those paying for the webinar will be given the participation information upon receipt of payment. If you are not a GC3 member and would like to register to attend please fill out the non-member registration form for the desired webinar.
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