Clearinghouse Green Chemistry Webinars
The Clearinghouse will be hosting webinars throughout the year on green chemistry topic of interest for all sectors of the green chemistry community.
Please visit this page regularly to find out about the latest webinar on offer.
|Great Lakes Green Chemistry Network Phone Seminar Series on Green Chemistry|
The Clearinghouse is a co-host and sponsor of the popular Phone Seminar Series of the Great Lakes Green Chemistry Network.
Please visit Great Lakes Green Chemistry Network for more information on this organization and for video recordings of previous phone seminars related to green chemistry. PDFs of the same webinars can be found below.
Watch this space for the Registration Button to register for a webinar directly from this page. Registration is FREE, but space is limited to the first 100 attendees to the event.
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 Bridgett Luther (President, Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Center)
|May 8, 2013||“BizNGO Guide to Safer Chemicals” by Mark Rossi (Co-Director, Clean Production Action; Co-Chair, The BizNGO Working Group)|
|April 9, 2013||“BioAmber: An Industry Perspective on the Current Policy Landscape” by Ally LaTourelle, Esq. (V.P. Government Affairs, BioAmber Inc.)|
|March 27, 2013||“Goodyear’s Approach to Green Chemistry via the Supplier Partnership” by Dennis E. McGavis (Director – EHS Sustainability, Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co.)|
|February 27, 2013||“Alternatives Assessment and Risk Reduction Guidance” by Alex Stone (Senior Chemist, Safer Chemicals Alternatives, Washington Department of Ecology – Hazardous Waste & Toxics Reduction)|
|January 30, 2013||“How Green Chemistry Could Help Reduce the Rates of Learning and Developmental Disabilities and Delays” by Elise Miller, MEd (Director, Collaborative on Health and the Environment)|
|December 4, 2012||“Chemical Challenges to the Great Lakes: The 16th Biennial Report on Great Lakes Water Quality” by Lana Pollack (Chair of the U.S. Section, International Joint Commission)|
|November 7, 2012||“Amplifying and Leveraging the Imperative of Green Chemistry” by David Widawsky (Acting Director – Economics, Exposure, and Technology Division, US EPA Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics)|
|October 10, 2012||“The New England Green Chemistry Initiative” by Nicholas Anastas (U.S. EPA Region 1, Office of Environmental Stewardship)|
|September 12, 2012||Topic: “The Green Chemistry Commitment”|
|“Transforming Chemistry Education through the Green Chemistry Commitment” by Amy Cannon, PhD (Co-founder and Executive Director, Beyond Benign)|
|“Committing to Green Chemistry at Bridgewater State University” by Ed Brush (Department of Chemistry, Bridgewater State University)|
|August 1, 2012||“Green Chemistry“ by John Warner, PhD (President, Chief Technology Officer; Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry)|
|July 11, 2012||“A Greener Approach to Nanotechnology“ by Martin J. Mulvihill, Ph.D. (Executive Director, Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry)|
|June 13, 2012||
“Green Buildings move toward Green Chemistry” by Tom Lent (Policy Director, Healthy Building Network)
|May 16, 2012||“Enhancing Green Innovation and Sustainable Practices in the Automotive Sector” by Carol Henry, PhD, D.A.B.T. (George Washington University; Secretary – SAE Green Technology Steering Committee, Society of Automotive Engineers)|
|April 18, 2012||Topic: “Green Chemistry in Minnesota”|
|“The Minnesota Green Chemistry Forum: Encouraging business innovation to make safe products using safe production methods” by Kathleen Schuler, MPH (Co-Director, Healthy Legacy; Senior Policy Analyst, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy)|
|“Green Chemistry in Minnesota and Beyond” by Timothy Kapsner (Senior Research Scientist, Aveda Corporation)|
|March 14, 2012||“Neurodevelopmental outcomes in children associated with chemical exposures occurring early in life” by Amir Miodovnick, MD, MPH, DTM&H (Pediatric Environmental Medicine, The Mount Sinai School of Medicine)|
|February 15, 2012||“Labor and Environmental Health Activists Build Alliances to Promote Green Chemistry” by Tolle Graham (Labor and Environment Coordinator, Massachusetts Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health, USW 9358) and Ed Collins (Industrial Representative, Industrial Brotherhood of Electrical Workers; Exec. Vice President-at-large, Massachusetts AFL-CIO)|
|January 11, 2012||“Alternatives Assessment and Safer Product Labeling as Drivers for Green Chemistry” by Clive Davies, Chief, Design for the Environment, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency|
|December 7, 2011||“VeruTEK Green Chemistry Solutions for Environmental Remediation” by Dan Socci (CEO) and Bethany McAvoy (Technology Manager), VeruTEK Technologies|
|November 16, 2011||“Green Chemistry Advances at EPA” by John Leazer (Division Director, Sustainable Technology Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)|
|October 19, 2011||“Alternatives Assessment, New Tools for Safer Chemicals” by Ken Geiser (Professor, University of Massachusetts Lowell; Co-Director, Lowell Center for Sustainable Production)|
|September 14, 2011||“The Michigan Green Chemistry Clearinghouse“ by Deborah Steketee (Center for Sustainability at Aquinas College) and Clinton Boyd (Sustainable Research Group)|
|August 3, 2011||“Businesses Changing Markets and Advocating for Policy Reform” by David Levine (Executive Director, American Sustainable Business Council), Barry Cik (Chief Engineer, Naturepedic Organic Baby & Children’s Mattresses) and Larry Weis (Clean Well)|
|July 20, 2011||“Nature is Alive with Green Chemistry” by Bryony Schwan (Executive Director, The Biomimicry Institute) and Mark Dorfman (Green Chemistry Naturalist, The Biomimicry Institute)|
|June 29, 2011||
|“Design Signals for Chemists” by Karen Peabody O’Brien (Executive Director, Advancing Green Chemistry) and John Peterson Myers (Founder, CEO and Chief Scientist, Environmental Health Sciences)|
|May 18, 2011||“Green Chemistry Education” by Amy Cannon (Executive Director, Beyond Benign; a Warner-Babcock Foundation)|
|April 13, 2011||“Chemicals: Sorting through the known, the unknown and the need to know” by Charlotte Brody (Director – Chemicals and Green Chemistry, BlueGreen Alliance)|
|“Brown Bag” Great Lakes Green Chemistry Student Network Webinar Series|
To Be Announced
|September 19, 2012||
|“The Student Green Chemistry Commitment“ by Amy S. Cannon, PhD ( Executive Director, Beyond Benign) and Kate Anderson (Director of Education, Beyond Benign)|
|March 28, 2012||“Opportunities for a career in Chemistry and how to get hired” by Julie McLachlan M. Eng, P. Eng(Director, Laboratory Services; GreenCentre Canada)|
to be announced
Special Webinar: Preview of the Green Screen Training Workshop to be hosted on May 8, 2012 in conjunction with the 2012 Green Chemistry and Commerce Council (GC3) 7th Annual Innovators Roundtable (May 9-11, 2012; Ann Arbor, MI)
|March 28, 2012||“Introduction to the GreenScreen™” by Shari A. Franjevic (Green Chemistry & Sustainable Design Consultant, Transform to Green LLC)|
The National Pollution Prevention Roundtable hosted the same webinar on April 3, 2012 from 2-3PM ET to afford you another opportunity to hear the presentation on the GreenScreenTM. To register for this date, please click here.