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10th World Congress on Green Chemistry and Technology , will be organized around the theme “Green Chemistry and Technologies: Advancing Towards a Safer and Sustainable Future”

Euro Green Chemistry 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Euro Green Chemistry 2019

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  • Track 1-1Biomass Resources, Conversion Technologies
  • Track 1-2Bio-based Chemicals and Reactions
  • Track 1-3Biodiversity, Sustainability
  • Track 1-4Biomass Policies, Markets
  • Track 1-5Biomass Applications
  • Track 1-6Biogas & Waste-to-Energy
  • Track 1-7Biomass Power & Thermal
  • Track 1-8Advanced Biofuels & Biobased Chemicals
  • Track 1-9Biorefinery
  • Track 1-10Biodiesel
  • Track 1-11Conversion of Vegetable Oils, Derivatives and By-products
  • Track 1-12Recycling for Green and Sustainable Chemistry
  • Track 2-1Green production technology of Nanocomposites
  • Track 2-2Nanotechnology in production of Bioactive paints, Coatings
  • Track 2-3Green nanostructured biodegaradable materials
  • Track 2-4Nanotechnology in Agriculture
  • Track 2-5Energy & water conservation
  • Track 2-6Waste reduction
  • Track 2-7Cleaner production practices in Dairy, Paper, Pulp, textile, Glass industry
  • Track 3-1Methods of Environmental Analysis
  • Track 3-2Soil Pollution and Remediation, Solidwaste Disposal
  • Track 3-3Environmental Control Technology of Air, Water and Soil Pollution
  • Track 3-4Toxicity and Ecotoxicity
  • Track 3-5Sample Pretreatment Technology
  • Track 3-6Climate Change Mitigation
  • Track 3-7Waste management and recycling
  • Track 3-8Environmental modelling
  • Track 3-9Ecotoxicology and Health Effect
  • Track 4-1Capillary Electrophoresis
  • Track 4-2Green Analytical Atomic Spectroscopy
  • Track 4-3Green Bioanalytical Chemistry
  • Track 4-4Green separation techniques
  • Track 4-5Green Chromatography
  • Track 4-6Green Environmental Analysis for Water, Wastewater and Effluent
  • Track 4-7Green Instrumental Analysis
  • Track 4-8Green Sampling Techniques
  • Track 4-9Green Sample Preparation with Non-chromatographic techniques
  • Track 4-10Greening Electroanalytical Methods
  • Track 4-11IR Spectroscopy in Biodiagnostics: Green Analytical Approach
  • Track 4-12Micro and Nanotechnology in Green Analytical Chemistry
  • Track 5-1Green chemistry education
  • Track 5-2Principles in Green Chemistry
  • Track 5-3Atom Economy
  • Track 5-4Green chemistry in society and markets
  • Track 5-5Green Extraction Techniques
  • Track 5-6Hierarchical Approach
  • Track 5-7Green metrics and Greenness evaluation
  • Track 5-8Future Challenges in Green Chemistry and Engineering
  • Track 5-9Sub- and Supercritical Fluid Technology
  • Track 6-1Aqueous Phase reactions
  • Track 6-2Biocatalysts in Organic Synthesis
  • Track 6-3 Safer Reagents for Synthesis
  • Track 6-4Microwave Induced Green Synthesis
  • Track 6-5Organic Synthesis in Solid State
  • Track 6-6Green Reaction Media and Related Green Initiatives
  • Track 6-7Phase-Transfer Catalysis in Green Synthesis
  • Track 6-8Ultrasound Assisted Green Synthesis
  • Track 7-1Biocatalysis Including Novel Enzymes
  • Track 7-2Green Organocatalysis
  • Track 7-3Homogenous Catalysis & Heterogenous Catalysis
  • Track 7-4Phase-Transfer Catalysis
  • Track 7-5Biocatalysis and biotransformation
  • Track 7-6Frontiers of Base Metal Catalysis
  • Track 7-7Photocatalysis
  • Track 7-8Catalysis for Sustainability
  • Track 7-9Catalysis for Plant-Based Chemicals and Fuels
  • Track 7-10Electrocatalysis for CO2 and H2O Conversion to Fuels and Chemicals
  • Track 8-1Chemical reaction engineering
  • Track 8-2Kinetics, catalysis & chemical reactors
  • Track 8-3Green chemical processess and applications
  • Track 8-4Green reactor modelling
  • Track 9-1Biofuels and bioenergy
  • Track 9-2CO2 capture, storage and utilization
  • Track 9-3Energy storage and network
  • Track 9-4Green solvents for energy conversion
  • Track 9-5Hydrogen energy and fuel cells
  • Track 9-6Renewable Storage Technologies
  • Track 9-7Solar Photovoltaics
  • Track 9-8Biorefinery
  • Track 9-9Chemicals from Renewable Resources
  • Track 9-10Greenhouse Gases
  • Track 9-11Hydrogen & Syngas Economy
  • Track 9-12Wind & Geothermal Energy
  • Track 10-1Energy Savings
  • Track 10-2Integrated Water Management
  • Track 10-3Materials Management
  • Track 10-4Process Intensification
  • Track 10-5Sustainable Separation Processess
  • Track 10-6Separations and Unit Operations
  • Track 10-7Sustainable Engineering Designs
  • Track 10-8Designing Low Energy Intensity Alternatives
  • Track 10-9Water Conservation and Supply
  • Track 11-1Managing nutrient cycles in crop and livestock with green techniques
  • Track 11-2Environmental performance of organic farming
  • Track 11-3Reduce carbon footprint
  • Track 11-4Green separation technologies
  • Track 11-5Electrodialysis in food processing
  • Track 11-6Enzyme assisted food processing
  • Track 11-7Green technologies in food dehydration
  • Track 11-8Green packaging
  • Track 12-1Plant oils as renewable feedstocks for polymer science
  • Track 12-2Enzymatic polymer synthesis in green chemistry
  • Track 12-3Green Cationic Polymerizations
  • Track 12-4Polymer composites
  • Track 12-5Degradable & biodegradable polymers
  • Track 12-6Nanocomposites
  • Track 13-1Biobased & Bio-inspired Materials
  • Track 13-2Environmental Management Tools
  • Track 13-3Sustainable Manufacturing
  • Track 13-4Sustainable Green operations
  • Track 13-5Building Low-Carbon Products
  • Track 13-6Designing greener chemistry approaches to chemical manufacturing processes
  • Track 13-7Green transportation
  • Track 13-8Energy Efficient Manufacturing
  • Track 14-1Bionanomaterials: design, synthesis and application
  • Track 14-2Lignin Based Materials
  • Track 14-3Biobased Plastics and Composites
  • Track 14-4Environmentally benign methods for polymer synthesis
  • Track 14-5Environmentally benign processing and manufacturing of materials
  • Track 14-6Green building materials
  • Track 14-7Innovative materials for sustainable construction and cultural heritage
  • Track 14-8Properties and Applications of green materials
  • Track 14-9Bio-based renewable, chemical feedstocks
  • Track 14-10Green Bio-based materials & Products
  • Track 15-1Environmentally Benign Solutions
  • Track 15-2Fluorous Biphasic Solvents
  • Track 15-3Organic Solvents
  • Track 15-4Ionic Liquids
  • Track 15-5Solvent-less reactions
  • Track 15-6Supercritical Fluids
  • Track 16-1Designing Safer Chemicals Production
  • Track 16-2Food & Flavor Industry
  • Track 16-3Green Technologies in the Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Track 16-4Paper & Pulp Industry
  • Track 16-5Polymer Industry
  • Track 16-6Sugar & Distillery Industries
  • Track 16-7Textile and Tannery Industry
  • Track 16-8Green Chemistry in Agrochemicals
  • Track 16-9Waste minimization in drug discovery
  • Track 17-1Carbon Foot Print
  • Track 17-2Clean processing and utilization of fossil resources
  • Track 17-3Climate change and pollution control
  • Track 17-4Disposal
  • Track 17-5Environmental and Ethical Assessments
  • Track 17-6Life cycle analysis
  • Track 17-7Reuse
  • Track 17-8Sustainability Evaluation
  • Track 17-9Transportation
  • Track 18-1Electrochemical Synthesis
  • Track 18-2Flow chemistry technology
  • Track 18-3Mechanochemistry
  • Track 18-4Microwave chemistry
  • Track 18-5Photochemistry
  • Track 18-6Free Radical Green Chemistry
  • Track 18-7Sonochemistry
  • Track 19-1Combinatorial green chemistry
  • Track 19-2Green Chemistry in Agrochemicals
  • Track 19-3Sustainable Flow Chemistry
  • Track 19-4Ultrasound Technology in Green Chemistry
  • Track 19-5Wood Products and Green Chemistry
  • Track 20-1Flow photochemistry - A Green Technology
  • Track 20-2Continous Flow Synthesis using Recyclable Reaction Media
  • Track 20-3Applications of H2O2 in Flow Reactors
  • Track 20-4Scale Up of Flow Processes in Pharma Industry
  • Track 20-5Flow tools to define Waste/Time/Energy
  • Track 20-6Nanoconventional Techniques
  • Track 20-7Life Cycle Assessment of Flow Chemistry Processes
  • Track 21-1Water treatment
  • Track 21-2Sludge Stabilization
  • Track 21-3Soil and Sediment Remediation
  • Track 21-4Air Pollution Control
  • Track 21-5Environmental Analysis
  • Track 22-1 Pyrolysis and bioengineering
  • Track 22-2Green processing technologies
  • Track 22-3Valorization of agricultural and municipal waste
  • Track 22-4Valorization of food waste for bioenergy
  • Track 22-5Waste Valorization Strategies: Case Studies
  • Track 23-1Biosourced wood adhesives
  • Track 23-2Natural wood adhesives
  • Track 23-3Paper Laminates
  • Track 23-4Wood-based Composites
  • Track 24-1Environmental Economics
  • Track 24-2Green Economic Policy
  • Track 24-3Innovations in Green Economy
  • Track 24-4Integrating Network Economy with Green Economy
  • Track 24-5Strategies for Green Economy
  • Track 25-1Green Marketing
  • Track 25-2 Policies
  • Track 25-3Entrepreneur’s investment meet
  • Track 25-4Market Place