The International Sustainable Chemistry Collaborative Center (ISC3) is launching together with the Science and Technology Park Pune (Scitech) their second season of the Sustainable Chemistry Club, a series of interactive webinars, this time focusing on UNEP’s Green and Sustainable Chemistry: Framework Manual.
This year the Sustainable Chemistry Club will kick off with the Roundtable India: Advancing the Ten Objectives and Guiding Considerations for Green & Sustainable Chemistry that will take place on the 11th of May 2022 from 3.30 p.m. IST/ 12.00 p.m. CEST to 5.00 p.m. IST/ 1.30 pm. CEST – Online.
Please register here!
The objective of the roundtable discussion is to highlight actions being taken to promote and implement Green and Sustainable Chemistry across different stakeholders: Policymakers, Entrepreneurs and Academia. The event will seek to foster a common understanding of Green and Sustainable Chemistry and showcase how UNEP’s Green and Sustainable Chemistry: Framework Manual and the Ten Green and Sustainable Chemistry Objectives can be useful tools for stakeholders to take relevant actions. Participants will see the potential of green and sustainable chemical innovations to support the implementation of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.
After the Roundtable, the following webinars will each focus on one or more of UNEP’s Objectives, with corresponding illustrative examples from impactful Sustainable Chemistry start-ups, MSMEs and innovators from across India.
The club was created to bring together the Sustainable Chemistry ecosystem and discuss the pivotal role of Sustainable Chemistry across sectors and value chains. Panelists will discuss the holistic concept of Sustainable Chemistry and it´s linkages between various industry sectors and innovation. Each session will be followed by a networking event, where all participants will have the opportunity to exchange with our panel of experts.
Joint us once to learn, connect and discuss with industry experts, scientists and entrepreneurs about the impact of Sustainable Chemistry in your region!
If you are interested in learning more about the Sustainable Chemistry Club, please contact Juanita Halblaub.