The American Chemical Society (ACS) is working hard to achieve sustainability and green chemistry.
The ACS’ 242nd National Meeting & Exhibition will take up green chemistry for sustainable production of fuels, innovative solutions for water pollution, and control emissions of greenhouse gases that drive global climate change.
The topics include:
â€¢Future Agricultural Consumer Safety Demands for the Global Market (AGFD)
â€¢Advances in Protection of Agricultural Productivity, Public Health, and the Environment (AGRO)
â€¢Endangered Species Act and Pesticide Regulation: Scientific and Process Improvements (AGRO)
â€¢Managed Ecosystems, Pesticides, and Biodiversity (AGRO)
â€¢Modern Agriculture and Biotechnology: Tools for Sustainability (AGRO) *
â€¢Sustainability and Innovation for a Cleaner Environment (BMGT) *
â€¢Nitrogen and the Human Endeavor: Chemistry, Effects, and Solutions (CASW) *
â€¢Green and Advanced Technologies: Protection and Regulation (CHAL) *
â€¢Creating Innovation by Collaboration in Green Chemistry Between Industry University Centers and Students (CHED) *
â€¢Greening Undergraduate Education: Lecture and Laboratory Innovations (CHED) *
â€¢A Sustainable Future: Interface of Energy, Food, Water, and Climate Sustainability (COMSCI) *
â€¢Effects of Wildfire on Watersheds and Water Supply (ENVR)
â€¢Emerging Issues and Solutions for Sustainable Water and Wastewater Systems (ENVR)
â€¢Heterogeneous Catalysis for Sustainable Energy Applications (ENVR)
â€¢Novel Solutions to Water Pollution (ENVR)
â€¢Urban Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Climate Change, and Mitigating Impacts (ENVR)
â€¢Advances in Membranes and Separation Science and Technology for Fuels and Energy Production (FUEL)
â€¢Emerging Energy and Fuel Technologies: Batteries, Solar Cells, and Alternative Fuels (FUEL) *
â€¢Emerging Energy and Fuel Technologies: Solar Hydrogen Production (FUEL) *
â€¢Fuel Cells Chemistry and Operation (FUEL) *
â€¢Green Chemistry for Sustainable Production of Fuels, Chemicals, and Energy (FUEL)
â€¢Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Control, Conversion, and Utilization for Fuels and Energy Production (FUEL)
â€¢Recycling Carbon: Catalyzed Conversion of Non-food Biomass to Fuels and Chemicals (I&EC)
â€¢Resource-efficient Chemistry: Energy, Electrochemistry and Environment (I&EC)
â€¢EPA Presidential Green Chemistry Award Winners: Research and Applications (ORGN) *
â€¢Renewable Alternatives to Petroleum: Biomass for Advanced Energy and Fuel Production (PETR)
â€¢PET Recycling: Bridging the Gaps through Innovation (PMSE)
â€¢Polymer Coatings for the Environment, Energy, and Sustainability (POLY)
The American Chemical Society is a non-profit organization chartered by the U.S. Congress with more than 163,000 members.
It is the world’s largest scientific society and a global leader in providing access to chemistry-related research through its multiple databases, peer-reviewed journals and scientific conferences. Its main offices are in Washington, D.C., and Columbus, Ohio.