Green Chemistry 2021

Green Chemistry 2021

Organizing committee invites all participants from all over the world to attend “12th World Congress on Green Chemistry and Technology ’’ during June 23-24, 2021 Tokyo, Japan.

After successfully completion of 11th World Congress on Green Chemistry and Technology, we are proud to present the 12th edition.We believe that Green Chemistry 2021 is an excellent and exceptional opportunity which enables networking of interdisciplinary group of world-recognized experts and young researchers from Green Chemistry and Technology.Offering delegates, the chance to discuss their ideas and take suggestions for future research. Challenging students to take on new perspectives and building strong networks with experts.

Green Chemistry and Technology is a global overview with the Theme:: “Sustainable Chemistry and its key role in waste management and essential public service to  minimize impacts upon the environment”.This Green Chemistry 2021 designed for professionals at all levels and career phases of the Chemical industryPharmaceuticals and Petroleum industry who want to improve their understanding of what will drive and shape the future of the market. This will include senior executives, sales and marketing personnel, strategic planners, who will be benefit from a broad overview of the Chemical, Pharmaceutical and petroleum industry. The strength of the  is that the participants tend to include all phases of the value chain as well as individuals from a wide variety of sector and countries.

This experience helps the Green Chemistry 2021 to be an interactive forum and encourages a strong level of dialogue and discussion, thus maximizing the benefits of attendance. This Webinar surely provides better information and insight into the development of the world Chemical industry, which in turn has enabled attendees to make better and more profitable decisions.

Why to attend???

  •  Build your professional network.
  •  Hear about the latest research.
  •  Improve your presentation and communication skills.
  •  Get response on an early version of your latest work.
  •  Acquire beyond your field or interest.
  •  Get opportunity to people to meet you.
  •  Know the strengths and weakness of your conferences.
  •  Easier to solve the problems and struggles which you go through at work.

Target Audience:

  • Scientists
  • Young  research  fellows
  • Research Scholars
  • Residents, Fellows & Post Docs
  • Students
  • Agro, Bio, Chemical, Medical, Pharma, Technology Companies
  • Business Executives & Directors
  • Chemistry Associations
  • Advertising Agency Executives
  • Industry professionals

Track 01 - Biomass and Bioenergy

Biomass is plant or animal substance used for energy production. It is the fuel that is developed from organic materials, a renewable and property supply of energy want to generate electricity or totally different sorts of power. Biomass can be grown, collected, and converted to substitute liquid fuels by a various of methods. Currently, biomass-to-ethanol is Conversion on a large scale to provide a gasoline additive in the United States and Brazil, among different places. It has the probability to moderate greenhouse warming through the availability of energy from CO2-neutral feedstocks. Biomass differs from other Renewable energy resources (solar, wind, and geothermal) in that it has a non-zero fuel cost. Biomass doesn't add Global greenhouse gas to the atmosphere because it absorbs a continuous amount of carbon in growing because it releases once it's consumed as a fuel. It may be  important supply of energy and the most significant fuel worldwide once coal, oil and gas.

  • Bio-based Chemicals and Reactions
  • Biodiversity, Sustainability
  • Biomass Policies, Markets
  • Biomass Resources, Conversion Technologies
  • Biomass Applications
  • Biogas & Waste-to-Energy
  • Advanced Biofuels & Biobased Chemicals
  • Biorefinery and Biodiesel

Track 02 Cleaner production and Green Nanotechnologies

Green nanotechnology has taken on the field of green chemistry, and the framework of the 12 Principles of Green Chemistry features considerably in work to design novel   nanotechnologies for joint economic, social, and health/environmental benefit. Green nanotechnology can affect the suggestion of nanomaterials and products by reducing   pollution from the production of the nanomaterials, taking a life cycle approach to nanoproducts to estimate and limit the environmental effects might occur in the product chain, designing toxicity out of nanomaterials and using nanomaterials to treat existing environmental Hazards. Green nanotechnology has built on the principles of green chemistry and green engineering techniques. Green nanotechnology applications might also involve a clean production process, such as producing nanoparticles with sunlight; the recycling of industrial waste products into nanomaterial.

  • Green production technology of Nanocomposites
  • Nanotechnology in production of Bioactive paints, Coatings
  • Green nanostructured biodegradable materials
  • Energy & water conservation
  • Waste reduction
  • Cleaner production practices in Dairy, Paper, Pulp, textile, Glass industry

Track 03 - Pollution prevention and control

Pollution Prevention and Control aims to aims to remove ambiguities and discrepancies, ensure clearer environmental benefits, promote cost-effectiveness and encourage technological innovation. Pollution prevention is the practices that eliminate the making of pollutants and its release in the environment. Any practice that reduces, eliminates, or prevents pollution at its source are necessary for preserving wetlands, groundwater sources and other critical ecosystems from further damage.  It   is an action that reduces the amount of contaminants released into the atmosphere. Prevention of pollution protect natural resources and can also have significant financial benefits in large scale.

  • Methods of Environmental Analysis
  • Soil Pollution and Remediation, Solidwaste Disposal
  • Environmental Control Technology of Air, Water and Soil Pollution
  • Toxicity and Ecotoxicity
  • Sample Pretreatment Technology
  • Climate Change Mitigation
  • Waste management and recycling
  • Environmental modelling
  • Ecotoxicology and Health Effect

Track 04 - Green Analytical Chemistry

Green Analytical chemistry is a part of the sustainable development theory. Its main aim is to reduce the negative environmental impact of chemical laboratories that perform medical, environmental, food, and industrial analyses. There are various methods that are incorporated under the banner of green analytical chemistry. The most significant are miniaturization of equipment, especially in the field of sample preparation, avoiding of certain analytical activities, replacement of toxic reagents and even more prominently solvents, or selection appropriate analytical procedure from those characterized by reduce   environmental impact.  The three most important methods of Green Analytical Chemistry (GAC) includes green sample pretreatment, miniaturization of analytical devices and a reduction in the waste generated and ensuring the usage of proper waste treatment methodology used. Green Analytical Chemistry shows the recent trends and future needs in this area. The main issues are specifically related to search for cheaper, more efficient, more accurate, greener and miniaturized alternatives.

  • Capillary Electrophoresis
  • Green Analytical Atomic Spectroscopy
  • Green Bioanalytical Chemistry
  • Green separation techniques
  • Green Chromatography
  • Green Environmental Analysis for Water, Wastewater and Effluent
  • Green Instrumental Analysis
  • Green Sampling Techniques
  • Green Sample Preparation with Non-chromatographic techniques
  • Greening Electroanalytical Methods
  • IR Spectroscopy in Biodiagnostics: Green Analytical Approach
  • Micro and Nanotechnology in Green Analytical Chemistry

Track 05 - Green Chemistry and Technology

The knowledge of green chemistry is the study of novel idea which developed in the business and regulatory society as a natural evolution of pollution distrustful actions. Green chemistry takes a pace further and builds new concepts for chemistry and engineering to design chemicals, chemical processes and products in a way that evades the production of toxic substances and waste generation. It stops the environment being polluted. If a technology   eliminates the harmful chemicals used to clean up environmental contaminants, this technology would qualify as a green chemistry technology

  • Green chemistry education
  • Principles in Green Chemistry
  • Atom Economy
  • Green chemistry in society and markets
  • Green Extraction Techniques
  • Green metrics and Greenness evaluation
  • Future Challenges in Green Chemistry and Engineering
  • Sub- and Supercritical Fluid Technology

Track 06 Green Chemical Reactions

Green Chemical Reactions play major role in synthesis. The thought of Green Chemistry appeals for the development of new chemical reactivity’s and reactions that can potentially provide benefits for chemical syntheses in understandings of resource and energy efficiency, product selectivity, operational simplicity, and health and environmental safety. Some of green reaction methods include atom economy where the reaction seeks to maximize the incorporation of the starting materials into the final product of any given reaction. In bio-catalysis of usefulness in various catalysts such as enzymes, whole cells, and antibodies for organic synthesis which have become more recognized.

  • Aqueous Phase reactions
  • Biocatalysts in Organic Synthesis
  • Safer Reagents for Synthesis
  • Microwave Induced Green Synthesis
  • Organic Synthesis in Solid State
  • Green Reaction Media and Related Green Initiatives
  • Phase-Transfer Catalysis in Green Synthesis
  • Ultrasound Assisted Green Synthesis

Track 07 - Green Chemical Engineering

The chemical industries have the potential to extremely harm our environments. Within the last span of ten years, the scientific the community has observed a growing interest in environmental difficulties and the worth for environmentally friendly energy generation and chemical processes. The mix of chemical engineering tools with the new analysis of findings Green chemists, biologists, and environmental scientists has allowed the look of the latest processes for the manufacture of chemicals, fuels, and product with a reduced environmental footprint.

  • Chemical reaction engineering
  • Kinetics, catalysis & chemical reactors
  • Green chemical processess and applications
  • Green reactor modelling

Track 08 Green Energy & Renewable Resources 

Green energy, also known as renewable or property energy comes from natural sources like wind, water, and daylight. It is a lot of environmentally friendly than different forms of energy and doesn’t contribute to temperature change or Global warming. These energy resources are renewable in nature. Renewable energy sources have a lesser impact on the setting that produces pollutants like greenhouse gases as a by-product, causal to temperature change. 

  • Biofuels and bioenergy
  • CO2 capture, storage and utilization
  • Energy storage and network
  • Green solvents for energy conversion
  • Hydrogen energy and fuel cells
  • Renewable Storage Technologies
  • Solar Photovoltaics
  • Chemicals from Renewable Resources
  • Greenhouse Gases
  • Hydrogen & Syngas Economy
  • Wind & Geothermal Energy

Track 09 - Green Technologies in Food Production & Processing:

Green food production often suggests organic farming practices a few centuries ago. This type of farming uses a small area of land for crops and another area for grazing beef, sheep, and goat. Farm entities were almost always independent with no use of pesticides or herbicides and the only fertilizer used was manure. Organic farming wills ensembles the notion of a green technology. Primary, secondary, and tertiary processing techniques are discovered to convert raw produce into value-added foods and ingredients. Primary processing techniques such as cleaning, grading, sorting, and milling are used as initial step in processing most of the grains. One of the most promising technological methods to reduce environmental footprint in food processing is the use of enzymes. Enzymes speed up reaction rates and results in savings in terms of time, energy, and cost.

  • Managing nutrient cycles in crop and livestock with green techniques
  • Environmental performance of organic farming
  • Reduce carbon footprint
  • Green separation technologies
  • Electrodialysis in food processing
  • Enzyme assisted food processing
  • Green technologies in food dehydration
  • Green packaging

Track 10 - Recycle Waste Content 

Recycling is the procedure of collecting and processing materials. Recycling includes the three steps mainly those are Collection and processing, Manufacturing, purchasing New products made from Recycled Materials. Many benefits are there by recycling process mainly prevents pollution by reducing the need to collect new raw materials, Saves energy, increases economic security by tapping a domestic source of materials.

Track 11 Ultra Sound Technology in Green Chemistry:

As part of a rapidly growing field of study, the applications of ultrasound in green chemistry and environmental applications have a promising future. Compared to conventional methods, ultrasonication can gives variety of benefits, such as environmental friendliness cost efficiency, and compact, on-site treatment. Ultrasonic technology summarizes the key studies and innovations reported in recent research that has utilized ultrasound methods in environmental analysis, water, and sludge treatment, soil and sediment remediation to air purification

Track 12 - Green Economy 

Green economy is one that enhances human well-being and gives social equity while reducing environmental hazards. An comprehensive green economy is an different to today's main economic model, which exacerbates inequalities, encourages waste, triggers resource scarcities, and generates extensive threats to the environment and human health. The concept of the green economy has emerged as a precedence for many governments. By changing their economies into drivers of sustainability, these countries will be primed to take on the major challenges of the 21st century -from urbanization and resource scarcity to climate change and economic volatility.

 Track 13 - Life Cycle Assessment and Environmental Sustainability 

Life cycle sustainability assessment (LCSA) signifies to the evaluation of all environmental, social and economic negative effects and benefits in decision-making processes towards more sustainable products throughout their life cycle. LCSA helps to the   decision-makers in prioritizing resources and investing them where there are more chances of positive impacts and less chance of negative ones. The method of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) has been developed one of the major tools for the analysis of anthropogenic environmental impacts.  It considers the whole life cycle of a product or procedure and assesses environmental impacts in terms of various environmental impact categories that go beyond the consideration of mass or energy flows. Recent case studies derived from emerging research areas such as active pharmaceutical ingredient manufacturing, nanotechnology, flow chemistry, process strengthening by severe synthesis conditions, process integration, and waste treatment, the use of other energy sources or solvents as well as chemistry based on renewable resources are presented, emphasising the usefulness and importance of LCA in today's green chemical design.

  • Carbon Foot Print
  • Clean processing and utilization of fossil resources
  • Climate change and pollution control
  • Disposal
  • Environmental and Ethical Assessments
  • Life cycle analysis
  • Reuse
  • Sustainability Evaluation
  • Transportation

Track 14 - Waste Valorization Techniques :

Waste valorization is the procedure of getting waste and altering it into useful chemicals that can be utilized, whose value is beyond the cost of the energy has needed to process the transformation. Waste Valorization states that any industrial processing activity targeted for reusing, recycling, composting from wastes, and sources of energy. It often takes the form of one of the following activities: processing of residue or by-products into raw materials, use of waste materials in manufacturing process stages, and addition of waste materials to finished products. During the past years, many market sectors like transportation biofuels, heat and power generation and charcoal production started focusing on new technologies able to convert low quality (no cost) materials in high value products.

Track 15 New Ideas for Non-Toxic by Products 

Clean Technology includes recycling, renewable energy (wind power, solar power, biomass, hydropower, biofuels, etc.), information technology, green transportation, electric motors, lighting, Greywater, and many other applications that are more energy efficient. It is a means to create electricity and fuels, with a smaller environmental footprint and minimize pollution to make green buildings, transport and infrastructure both more energy efficient and environmentally benign. A project that is established with concern for climate change mitigation (such as a Kyoto Clean Development Mechanism project) is also known as a carbon project.


The Green Chemicals Market was valued at USD 54.91 billion in 2019 and is projected to reach USD 156.48 billion by 2028 with a CAGR of 12.5% during the forecast period, 2021-2028. Green chemicals are continuously being preferred for use in industries such as pharmaceuticals, paints & coatings, healthcare, and agriculture. The other applications areas for green chemicals that are fueling the growth of the green chemicals market are nanotechnology, biotechnology, and personal care.

The demand for green chemicals is particularly high in the construction and textile industries due to the benefits these chemicals offer, such as protection from natural calamities, minimum use of cement and water, resistance to climatic changes and chemicals, high durability, color, and strength.

Green chemicals provide higher performance and better functionality for products. They are also more environmental-friendly throughout the entire life-cycle and are less harmful as compared to petroleum-based chemicals. All these reasons are expected to brighten up the growth prospects for the green chemicals market.

Green chemicals are bio-based chemicals. They are renewable and are produced from bio-feedstock. The raw materials that are largely used for the production of green chemicals are vegetable oils, corn, sugarcane, sugar beet, wheat, and cassava, among others.

Some of the raw materials used for making green chemicals are also derived from recycled products, which help enhance the quality of life and are not hazardous to the environment. These green chemicals reduce environmental impacts associated with disposal, recycling, transportation, processing, installation, and fabrication, besides promoting the preservation of natural non-renewable resources.

Green Chemicals Market, By Product Type:

The green chemicals market has been segmented based on product type as bio-alcohols, bio-organic acids, bio-ketones, biopolymers platform chemicals, and others. The bio-alcohols segment accounts for the largest green chemicals market share due to the increasing demand for bio-alcohols from the food & beverages and pharmaceuticals, among other sectors.

Green Chemicals Market, By End-use Industry:

Based on application, the green chemicals market has been segmented into construction, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, packaging, food & beverages, paints & coatings, automotive, agriculture, textile, and others. Green chemicals have extensive demand in the textile industry, as they are used in greener fiber, greener dyes, and greener solvents.

In the pharmaceuticals sector, developments of medicines with no or less side effects and the focus on processes that produce no toxic waste have led to the increasing adoption of the green chemicals technology. Merck and Codexis have developed a second-generation green synthesis of sitagliptin, which is an active ingredient used in JanuviaTM , a medicine for type 2 diabetes. This collaboration and development have led to a key enzymatic process in improving safety and yield, eliminating the use of metal catalyst in the manufacturing process and reducing waste.



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