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At many universities, there is no formal way to gain a green chemistryeducation, but students with a passion for sustainability forge their own way forward. This webinar from the Green Chemistry Commitment’s Education Series and NESSE (Network of Early-career Sustainable Scientists and Engineers) examines three groups founded by students who saw a gap in the resources available to them and set out to fill it.
Anna Ivanova, Communications Director, NESSE
Laura Hoch, Co-Chair, Green Chemistry Initiative, University of Toronto
Giulia Paggiola, Founder and Chair, GreenSTEMS Initiative, University of York
Speakers from NESSE, University of Toronto’s GCI, and University of York’s GreenSTEMS discuss their respective initiatives and how they help students pursue green and interdisciplinary science.
The Green Chemistry Education Webinar Series highlights relevant topics for chemistry educators and students to incorporate green chemistry into their courses, labs and programs. The webinars are open to the community and are recorded and posted for access following the live webinar
Do you know of any sustainability-themed group at your University?