2014 Great Lakes Green Chemistry Conference. The Conference was a success! PDFs and video recordings of presentations will be available shortly . Stay in touch here.
The Michigan Green Labs Initiative Workshop has been formally launched. Learn more about the Initiative here.
April 23, 2014: “Eco-Certifications: Considerations for the Institutional and Industrial Markets” by Lynne Olsen (Senior Program Leader, Sustainability Initiatives, Ecolab)
May 14, 2014: "Green Chemistry Education: Not Just for Chemists Anymore" by Julie A. Haack, PhD (Coordinator - Green Product Design Network; Assistant Department Head and Senior Instructor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Oregon)
March 12, 2014: “Utility of the Greenscreen® for Safer Chemicals for nanoscale hazard assessment: nanosilver case study” by Jennifer Sass, PhD (Senior Scientist, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and Professorial Lecturer, George Washington University (SEIU Local 500)) [Report]
PDF and video recording of the webinar presentation by Jennifer Sass are now available.
February 12, 2014: "Sustainable at the Source: Sustainability Concerns and Opportunities for Biopolymer Feedstocks" by Jim Kleinschmit (Director, Climate and Energy Initiatives; Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy)
PDF and video recording
of the webinar presentation by Jim Kleinschmit are now available.
January 8, 2014: "New Opportunities For Green Chemistry In The Building Products Industry" by Bill Walsh (Executive Director, Healthy Building Network)
PDF and video recording of the webinar presentation by Bill Walsh are now available.
December 11, 2013: "Building the chemical dimension of a sustainable civilization" by Terrence J. Collins (Teresa Heinz Professor of Green Chemistry; Director, Institute for Green Science; Carnegie Mellon University)
PDFs (Part 1
, Part 2
) and video recording of the webinar presentation by Terry Collins are now available.
November 2013: "The Green Chemistry Checklist: A Guide for Business" by the Michigan Green Chemistry Roundtable. Presented by Roundtable Members - Rich Helling, PhD (Dow Chemical) and Tracey Easthope (Ecology Center).
PDF and video recording
of the webinar presentation by Rich Helling and Tracey Easthope are now available.
October 31, 2013: "Transgenerational Inheritance of Prenatal Obesogen Exposure" by Bruce Blumberg, PhD. (Professor, Department of Developmental and Cell Biology & Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of California)
PDF and video recording of the presentation by Bruce Blumberg are now available.
September 19, 2013: "Sustainable Biomaterials: Criteria, Benefits, Challenges & Market-Based Tools" by Brenda Platt (Co-Director, Institute for Local Self-Reliance; Co-Chair, Sustainable Biomaterials Collaborative - a project of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance)
PDF and video recording of the presentation by Brend Platt are now available.
August 14, 2013: "How Our Perceptions of Green Chemistry Will Drive Implementation" by Lynn Leger (Director, ALCERECO)
PDF and video recording of the presentation by Lynn Leger are now available.
July 24, 2013: "Cradle to Cradle Certification - What it is today and how it inspires companies to create safe and healthy products and processes" by Stacy Glass (Executive in Residence, Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Center)
PDF and video recording of the presentation by Stacy Glass are now available.
June 12, 2013: "Chemical Policy Reform as a Driver for Green Chemistry" by Mike Belliveau (President & CEO, Environmental Health Strategy Center; Senior Advisor, Safer Chemicals Healthy Families)
PDF and video recording of the presentation by Mike Belliveau are now available.
May 8, 2013: “BizNGO Guide to Safer Chemicals” by Mark Rossi (Co-Director, Clean Production Action; C0-Chair, The BizNGO Working Group)
PDF and video recording of the presentation by Mark Rossi is now available.
April 23, 2013: "The Need for Toxicology in Chemistry Education: The Making of a Green Chemist". Panel: Richard Rediske (Annis Water Research Institute), Carol Henry (George Washington University) and Pamela Spencer (Dow Chemical)
PDFs and video recording of the presentations are now available.
Dr. Richard R. Rediske
Dr. Carol J. Henry
Dr. Pam Spencer
For a full list of past and future Webinars, please click here. PDFs and video recordings of past webinars are available too.