2012 Webinars

January 2012

Clive Davies, Design for Environment Program, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, “EPA’s Design for the Environment Program — Alternatives Assessment and Safer Product Labeling as drivers for Green Chemistry”


February 2012

Tolle Graham, MassCOSH, and Ed Collins, IBEW, AFL-CIO, “Labor and Environmental Health Activists Build Alliances to Promote Green Chemistry”

MARCH 2012

Dr. Amir Miodovnik, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, Department of Pediatric Environmental Medicine, “Neurodevelopmental outcomes in children associated with chemical exposures occurring early in life”

MARCH 2012
Shari Franjevic, Transform to Green LLC, on behalf of Clean Production Action, “Introduction to the GreenScreen™”

APRIL 2012

Timothy Kapsner, Aveda Corporation, and Kathleen Schuler, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, “Green Chemistry in Minnesota”, including the “Minnesota Green Chemistry Forum”

MAY 2012
Carol Henry,George Washington University, and Secretary, SAE Green Technology Steering Committee, “Environmental Sustainability for the Automotive Industry: Progress and Next Steps”

JUNE 2012
Tom Lent, Healthy Building Network, “Green Buildings Move Toward Green Chemistry”

JULY 2012
Martin J. Mulvihill, PhD, UC Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry, “A Greener Approach to Nanotechnology”

John Warner, Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry,”Green Chemistry”

Amy Cannon, Executive Director, Beyond Benign, and Ed Brush, Chemistry Department, Bridgewater State University, “The Green Chemistry Commitment”

Nicholas Anastas, Green Chemist, US EPA Region 1, “The New England Green Chemistry Initiative”

David Widawsky, Acting Director, Economics, Exposure and Technology, US EPA Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, “Amplifying and Leveraging the Imperative of Green Chemistry”

Lana Pollack, Chair, U.S. Section, International Joint Commission, “Chemical Challenges to the Great Lakes: The 16th Biennial Report on Great Lakes Water Quality