HYBRID EVENT: You can participate in person at Tokyo, Japan or Virtually from your home or work.

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Green Chemistry Conferences

Dear Green Chemistry Participants

Most hearty welcome to all participants at “2nd Edition of International Conference on Green Chemistry and Renewable Energy (Hybrid Event)" A platform is provided in this conference through an interaction between reputed chemists and developing chemists of the globe to exchange their views about different areas of green chemistry in present and its future trends. Green chemistry 2022 is providing an opportunity to find effective solutions by discussing many problems the whole world is facing today to share their views and experiences about eco-friendly routes. This conference provides a platform to young chemists presenting their results in an effective way and getting opinions of some experts on that particular subject.
The congress will permit a transfer of experience of senior scientists to young scientist and substantial positive energy in reverse direction i.e. from younger generation to reputed chemists. A conference should not be over by monologue only, it should have some dialogues also and then only the objective of any conference is fulfilled. On behalf of Organizing Committee and of my own, I would like to welcome you again in this International Conference.
 

Yours Sincerely
Suresh C Ameta
PAHER University, India

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Green Chemistry Conferences

Dear congress visitors

It is a privilege and delight to write this welcome message. Green Chemistry is the foundation of the re-industrialization of the world’s large-scale manufacture and construction of materials and energy collection, storage and transmission devices. Recent progress in ferroelectric ceramic production, silicate oligomer sequencing and hybridization of biopolymers into ceramic materials has enhanced the real world industrialization of these materials. Hybrid geo-biopolymers create the keystone material for the circular economy and the glue to include active components involved in collection, storage and distribution of energy. Climate change and the reduction of fossil fuels demands progress in hybridized materials as society looks for ways to live within their energy means. New ceramics, biopolymers and their hybridized analogues mean low cost, structural materials are produced to meet the demand of large-scale renewable energy distribution in modern societies. The basis for success lies in the formulation of chemical and nanostructure of these geo-biopolymers from aqueous solutions. I welcome you to enjoy the presentations and have a great discussion.

Yours Sincerely
Leon Burgess
Technology Director CalAlSil®, Australia

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Green Chemistry Conferences

Dear congress participants

Thank you to each and every one of you for participating in the 2nd Edition of International Conference on Green Chemistry and Renewable Energy. We are very pleased to be able to welcome all the eminent speakers that have come here to share their knowledge and vast experience. Green chemistry and Renewable Energy are increasingly seen as a powerful tool that should be used to assess environmental impact, reduce and conserving natural resources for future generations. The amount of industries that rely on chemistry and whose activity has a great impact on the environment such as pharma, agriculture, colorants, materials, consumer products, just to name a few, let us perceive its relevance. The current COVID crisis has consolidated this need and what does the future hold for all of us in the context of the theme of this conference. Now that sustainability is on everybody’s mind, Green Chemistry and Renewable Energy is more important than ever. With the backdrop of the city Tokyo, of one of the largest metropolises of the world, the pleasure of this conference will provide lasting memories beyond the science.
I add my best wishes for a successful and fruitful conference and my thanks for being part of it.

Yours Sincerely
Helena Belchior Rocha
ISCTE-Institituto Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal

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Green Chemistry 2021

International Conference on Green Chemistry and Renewable Energy, May 17-18, 2021 | 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 2021)”. 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

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Green Chemistry 2021

International Conference on Green Chemistry and Renewable Energy, May 17-18, 2021 | 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

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Green Chemistry 2021

International Conference on Green Chemistry and Renewable Energy, May 17-18, 2021 | 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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