The GC3 Safer Chemistry Training is designed to give a grounding in green chemistry concepts suitable for most professionals. For more videos on specific green chemistry concepts, visit the resources below.
From an overview of the 12 Principles of Green Chemistry to in-depth webinars and conference presentations on specific green chemistry topics, the ACS GCI provides a host of free resources to learn more about the subjects that interest you.
BizNGO has a selection of webinars about practical tools for safer chemistry, as well as chemical-specific alternatives assessments.
CHEM21 has put together a range of free, shareable and interactive educational and training materials created to promote the uptake of green and sustainable methodologies in the synthesis of pharmaceuticals.
The GLRPPR webinars cover pollution prevention and beyond, with helpful links included with each archived presentation. Visit their website or Youtube channel to view these webinars.
The MGCC periodically hosts webinars on a variety of green chemistry topics, some widely applicable and others specific to the Great Lakes region. Visit their website for an archive of these presentations.
Northwest Green Chemistry hosts webinars on topics of green chemistry, sustainable design, and green engineering.
The Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Institute has created a guide to assist in researching environmental, safety, and health information for chemicals. Watch this free webinar (short registration required) to learn more, then use the Beyond the MSDS guide at TURI's website.
The Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences Continuing Education program at the University of Washington is offering an online certificate in Green Chemistry and Chemical Stewardship. The certificate is intended for chemists, environmental, and sustainable professionals, health and safety professionals, and product managers interested in chemicals management.
The University of York Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence is offering an online Continuing Professional Development course focused on Solvent Selection and Substitution. This course is designed to teach students how to approach solvent substitution in a systematic way and how to maintain performance while using benign solvents. The course includes approximately 16 hours of material which can be completed over eight weeks. Their distance learning course builds on more general material that is freely available on the CHEM21 online learning platform.
These lessons on the twelve principles of green chemistry were recorded during the ACS Green Chemistry & Engineering Student Workshop on Monday, June 17, 2013 in Washington D.C. This is a virtual training experience filmed in high definition so that you will feel like you are part of the class.