ISSN (printed): 1463-9262. ISSN (electronic): 1463-9270.
Today, with growing awareness in industry, academia and the general public of the need for sustainable development, the international chemistry community is under increasing pressure to change current working practices and to find greener alternatives.In response, the Royal Society of Chemistry has produced Green Chemistry as a vehicle to inform all parties of the latest developments in the green chemistry revolution. Reporting on research activities and interests in chemical aspects of clean technology from academic, industrial and public sectors, Green Chemistry contains primary research papers, communications and reviews. In addition, there is a Green News and Views section, which includes relevant information about green issues from around the world. At the frontiers of modern chemical science and encompassing all research that leads to a reduction in the environmental impact resulting from the use or manufacture of chemicals, Green Chemistry covers the following areas:The application of innovative technology to established industrial processes, The development of environmentally improved routes to important products, The design of new Green chemicals and materials, The use of sustainable resources, The use of biotechnology alternatives, Methodologies and tools for evaluating environmental impact.
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