Welcome Message

Green Chemistry 2020

International Conference on Green Chemistry and Renewable Energy, May 18-19, 2020 | Tokyo, Japan

Dear congress speakers and delegates, it is an honor and pleasure to write welcome notes on “International Conference on Green Chemistry and Renewable Energy (Green Chemistry 2020)”. The theme of the conference appears to be highly relevant since global warming and climate change is visible every part of the world. Carbon emission and generation waste in terms of plastic waste, bio-medical waste, electronic waste etc are also creating significant damage in the environment such as polluting soil, water and air. This conference will address all these critical issues with appropriate solutions and will dissipate the knowledge so that each and every individual across the globe gets the benefit.

Yours Sincerely
Shantanu Bhowmik
Amrita vishwa vidyapeetham,
India

Welcome Message

Green Chemistry 2020

International Conference on Green Chemistry and Renewable Energy, May 18-19, 2020 | Tokyo, Japan

Dear Green Chemistry Participants, 

It is a great privilege and honour to write a few welcome notes in this occasion. Phenol removal from wastewater today turns out to be an essential task to save the environment due to its toxic nature. For the past few years many techniques have been developed to remove phenol, but their applications are gradually reducing due to several complications. Adsorption seems to be very useful and popular nowadays due to its low-cost and easy operation. Use of natural green adsorbents like guava tree bark, neem leaves, rice husk, coconut coir or even industrial wastes like rice husk ash, red mud, clarified sludge, activated alumina has shown tremendous success for phenol removal as established in our research works. Since these adsorbents are widely available all over the world and at almost free of cost, probably they will soon become the future to many petrochemical, refinery, paint or associated chemical industries.

Yours Sincerely
Ashanendu Mandal
University of Calcutta,
India

Welcome Message

Green Chemistry 2020

International Conference on Green Chemistry and Renewable Energy, May 18-19, 2020 | Tokyo, Japan

Dear congress visitors, it is my great honor and pleasure to write you a few welcome notes. The increasing demand for energy consumption worldwide and environmental issues trigger the development of green, renewable energy sources. These demands can be potentially met by organic photovoltaics, which became one of the most challenging research fields of modern science and technology. Another, closely related issue is organic electronics, which can potentially serve as an alternative or at least as a complementary framework to the current semiconductor technology. The progress of organic photovoltacs and electronics relies largely on the development of new materials and molecular scale design of the related interfaces. Chemistry in general, and Green Chemistry in particular, are able to contribute largely to these challenges.

Yours Sincerely
Michael Zharnikov
Heidelberg University,
Germany

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