Global Environmental Facility through UNIDO
• Yale University
• The German Federal Environment Foundation
• International Sustainable Chemistry Collaborative Centre (ISC3)
Project Duration (Start and End Date)
2017 to 2019
Target Sectors: Chemicals Sector
The project focuses on two key objectives;
1) Guidance development and networking on Green Chemistry approaches and technologies
2) Documentation of selected green chemistry case studies and up-scaling
Project Outputs and Results:
Organize awareness raising seminar to stimulate the Green Chemistry Initiative
Train-the-Trainers (TTT) workshops will be conducted, covering origins and technologies of Green Chemistry, and how it simultaneously drives environmental and economic goals for societal benefit.
Technical support will be provided to help with the development of University Level Curricula on Green Chemistry, with Teaching Guides.
A “Green Chemistry Guidance Document and Technology Compendium” will be drafted and used as a road-map to green chemistry implementation for a wide distribution.
In parallel to guidance development, this project will accomplish the documentation and analysis of green chemistry applications and technologies.
Partnerships and business models will also be set up to further promote green chemistry.