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11th World Congress on Green Chemistry and Technology, will be organized around the theme “Recent Innovations and Concerns of Green Chemistry towards Sustainability”

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Biomass is the fuel that is developed from organic materials, a renewable and property supply of energy want to produce electricity or totally different sorts of power. It may be a renewable supply of fuel to provide energy since waste residues can continuously be – in terms of mill residuals, forest resources and scrap wood; and forests can continuously have trees, and that we can continuously have crops and the residual biological material from those crops. Biomass offers remarkable environmental and consumer advantages, protective air quality, and contribute the foremost dependable renewable energy supply. It has the potential to moderate greenhouse warming through the availability of energy from CO2-neutral feedstocks. Biomass doesn't add Global greenhouse gas to the atmosphere because it absorbs a constant amount of carbon in growing because it releases once it's consumed as a fuel. It may be an important supply of energy and the most significant fuel worldwide once coal, oil and gas.

  • 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 1-7Advanced Biofuels & Biobased Chemicals
  • Track 1-8Biorefinery and Biodiesel

Green nanotechnology can affect the proposal of nanomaterials and products by reducing pollution from the production of the nanomaterials, taking a life cycle approach to nanoproducts to estimate and reduce where environmental effects might occur in the product chain, designing toxicity out of nanomaterials and using nanomaterials to treat existing environmental problems. Green nanotechnology has built on the principles of green chemistry and green engineering. Green nanotechnology applications might also involve a clean production process, such as producing nanoparticles with sunlight; the recycling of industrial waste products into nanomaterial.

  • Track 2-1Green production technology of Nanocomposites
  • Track 2-2Nanotechnology in production of Bioactive paints, Coatings
  • Track 2-3Green nanostructured biodegaradable materials
  • Track 2-4Energy & water conservation
  • Track 2-5Waste reduction
  • Track 2-6Cleaner production practices in Dairy, Paper, Pulp, textile, Glass industry

Pollution Prevention and Control which aims to monitoring, modeling, risk analysis and preventive measurements of the pollution. It aims to remove ambiguities and discrepancies, ensure clearer environmental benefits, promote cost-effectiveness and encourage technological innovation. It is an action that reduces the amount of contaminants released into the atmosphere. Prevention of pollution conserves natural resources and can also have significant financial benefits in large scale. 

  • 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

 

The developing field of green analytical chemistry is concerned with the development of analytical procedures that lessen consumption of hazardous reagents and solvents, and maximize safety for operators and the environment. In recent years there have been significant developments in methodological and technological tools to prevent and reduce the harmful effects of analytical activities. The three main aspects of Green Analytical Chemistry (GAC) include green sample pretreatment, miniaturization of analytical devices and a reduction in the waste generated and ensuring the use of proper waste treatment methodology used.

 

  • 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

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

  • 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 5-6Green metrics and Greenness evaluation
  • Track 5-7Future Challenges in Green Chemistry and Engineering
  • Track 5-8Sub- and Supercritical Fluid Technology

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.

 

  • 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

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.

 

  • Track 7-1Chemical reaction engineering
  • Track 7-2Kinetics, catalysis & chemical reactors
  • Track 7-3Green chemical processess and applications
  • Track 7-4Green reactor modelling

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. 

  • Track 8-1Biofuels and bioenergy
  • Track 8-2CO2 capture, storage and utilization
  • Track 8-3Energy storage and network
  • Track 8-4Hydrogen energy and fuel cells
  • Track 8-5Green solvents for energy conversion
  • Track 8-6Renewable Storage Technologies
  • Track 8-7Solar Photovoltaics
  • Track 8-8Chemicals from Renewable Resources
  • Track 8-9Greenhouse Gases
  • Track 8-10Hydrogen & Syngas Economy
  • Track 8-11Wind & Geothermal Energy

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, dehulling, sorting, and milling are used as initial step in processing most of the grains. One of the most promising technological approaches to decrease 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. Food enzymes provide advantages in terms of specificity, sensitivity, their relative non-toxicity, high activity at low concentrations, and ease of inactivation. 

 

  • Track 9-1Managing nutrient cycles in crop and livestock with green techniques
  • Track 9-2Environmental performance of organic farming
  • Track 9-3Reduce carbon footprint
  • Track 9-4Green separation technologies
  • Track 9-5Electrodialysis in food processing
  • Track 9-6Enzyme assisted food processing
  • Track 9-7Green technologies in food dehydration
  • Track 9-8Green packaging

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.

 

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 bring various benefits, such as environmental friendliness cost efficiency, and compact, on-site treatment. Ultrasonic technology summarizes the main 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 11-1Water treatment
  • Track 11-2Sludge Stabilization
  • Track 11-3Soil and Sediment Remediation
  • Track 11-4Air Pollution Control
  • Track 11-5Environmental Analysis

Green economy is one that improves human well-being and builds social equity while reducing environmental hazards. An inclusive green economy is an alternative to today's dominant economic model, which exacerbates inequalities, encourages waste, triggers resource scarcities, and generates widespread threats to the environment and human health. The concept of the green economy has emerged as a priority for many governments. By transforming 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 12-1Environmental Economics
  • Track 12-2Green Economic Policy
  • Track 12-3Innovations in Green Economy
  • Track 12-4Integrating Network Economy with Green Economy
  • Track 12-5Strategies for Green Economy

Green Manufacturing covers the entire product life cycle from theoretical design to disposal in a benign, harmless manner causing no or minimal adverse impact on environment by optimum use of resources and reduction of waste and pollution. 4Rs (reduce, reuse, recycle, remanufacture) is slowly being accepted and adopted as the model of growth and sustainability the world over. 

  • 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

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.

A traditional waste management emphasis on processing waste after it is created, concentrating on re-use, recycling, and waste-to-energy conversion. Waste minimization comprises efforts to avoid creating the waste during manufacturing. To effectively implement waste minimization the one can   requires knowledge of the production process waste. Waste minimization can keep the environment and often turns out to have positive economic benefits. Waste minimization can attain more output of product per unit of input of raw materials. Quality of products produced. Minimizing waste generation makes it easier to meet targets of environmental regulations, policies, and standards. The environmental impact of waste will be reduced.

 

Catalysis is the significant to sustainability. Catalyst is a matter that accelerates a chemical reaction. The application of catalysis to decline toxicity and renewable energy systems, and efficiency makes it a Centre area for green chemistry research. Green and sustainable catalyst should possess higher activity, higher selectivity, efficient recovery from reaction medium, recyclability, cost effectiveness. Currently the progress of catalysts for processes to replace conventional ones has made a significant involvement to the reduction of environmental pollutants. So, there is an increasing interest on the topic of green catalysis recently. It not only comprises evolving new catalysts which can offer stable, highly effective catalytic performances, but also considers the application of environmentally friendly catalyst preparations.

  • Track 16-1Biocatalysis Including Novel Enzymes
  • Track 16-2Green Organocatalysis
  • Track 16-3Homogenous Catalysis & Heterogenous Catalysis
  • Track 16-4Phase-Transfer Catalysis
  • Track 16-5Biocatalysis and biotransformation
  • Track 16-6Frontiers of Base Metal Catalysis
  • Track 16-7Photocatalysis
  • Track 16-8Catalysis for Sustainability
  • Track 16-9Catalysis for Plant-Based Chemicals and Fuels
  • Track 16-10Electrocatalysis for CO2 and H2O Conversion to Fuels and Chemicals

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 17-1Pyrolysis and bioengineering
  • Track 17-2Green processing technologies
  • Track 17-3Valorization of agricultural and municipal waste
  • Track 17-4Valorization of food waste for bioenergy
  • Track 17-5Waste Valorization Strategies: Case Studies
  • Track 18-1Designing Safer Chemicals Production
  • Track 18-2Food & Flavor Industry
  • Track 18-3Green Technologies in the Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Track 18-4Paper & Pulp Industry
  • Track 18-5Polymer Industry
  • Track 18-6Textile and Tannery Industry
  • Track 18-7Green Chemistry in Agrochemicals
  • Track 18-8Waste minimization in drug discovery

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.

 

  • Track 19-1Carbon Foot Print
  • Track 19-2Clean processing and utilization of fossil resources
  • Track 19-3Climate change and pollution control
  • Track 19-4Disposal
  • Track 19-5Environmental and Ethical Assessments
  • Track 19-6Life cycle analysis
  • Track 19-7Reuse
  • Track 19-8Sustainability Evaluation
  • Track 19-9Transportation

Green materials are defined as materials that are non-toxic, improve health, lower cost, and conserve energy and water use and waste products. Green materials are made from the field of green chemistry by the utilization of principles to eliminate hazardous substances in the process of design, manufacture and application of chemical products. Study in green materials looks to develop alternatives to traditional materials that offer an environmental advantage. The consideration of Green Materials relates to polymers and materials, with an emphasis on reducing the use of hazardous substances in the process of design, manufacture and application of products. Green materials are the materials that have low fixed energy in their harvesting or collection, production, transportation and use.

  • Track 20-1Bionanomaterials: design, synthesis and application
  • Track 20-2Lignin Based Materials
  • Track 20-3Biobased Plastics and Composites
  • Track 20-4Environmentally benign methods for polymer synthesis
  • Track 20-5Environmentally benign processing and manufacturing of materials
  • Track 20-6Green building materials
  • Track 20-7Innovative materials for sustainable construction and cultural heritage
  • Track 20-8Properties and Applications of green materials
  • Track 20-9Bio-based renewable, chemical feedstocks
  • Track 20-10Green Bio-based materials & Products

The trend of economic globalization has become progressively serious, environmental problems faced by all countries in the world. To protect the ecological environment, and promote the green, environmental protection and sustainability of social and economic development, all the countries are energetically carrying out research work on new energy sources. The idea of "green", adopt green manufacturing methods, and paying attention to the training of talents in the field of skill will be the main direction and goal of our country's future efforts in the field of chemistry. Growing consumer awareness towards renewable chemicals and increasing environmental concerns are driving growth in the market.

 

  • Track 21-1Entrepreneur’s investment meet
  • Track 21-2Green Marketing
  • Track 21-3Policies
  • Track 21-4Market Place