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How research in green chemistry could be redefined to meet the challenges identified in the IPCC's climate models, a personal interrogation from a young researcher

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From the 1960s, rising awareness on the impact of chemistry on the environment and human health led to the emergence of the concept of green chemistry, defined by Paul Anastas and John Warner in 1998 according to 12 principles. Green chemistry aimed mostly at addressing pollution-related issues, and promotes the development of chemical procedures, which are atom-economical, catalytic, energy-efficient, based on renewable feedstocks, while use and release of toxic or hazardous compounds are to be reduced.
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cea-03654494 , version 1 (28-04-2022)

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Marie-Hélène Pietraru. How research in green chemistry could be redefined to meet the challenges identified in the IPCC's climate models, a personal interrogation from a young researcher. GreenCat 2022 - 4th International Green Catalysis Conference, Apr 2022, Rennes, France. . ⟨cea-03654494⟩
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