2013 Webinars

January 2013

Elise Miller, Director, Collaborative on Health and the Environment,

“How Green Chemistry Could Help Reduce the Rates of Learning and Developmental Disabilities and Delays”

February 2013

Alex Stone, Senior Chemist, Safer Chemical Alternatives, Washington Department of Ecology,

“Alternatives Assessment and Risk Reduction Guidance”

March 2013

Dennis E. McGavis, Director, EHS Sustainability, Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company,

“Goodyear’s Approach to Green Chemistry via the Supplier Partnership”

April 2013

Ally LaTourelle, Esq., V.P. Government Affairs, BioAmber Inc., “BioAmber: An Industry Perspective on the Current Policy Landscape”

May 2013

Mark Rossi, Co-Director, Clean Production Action; Co-Chair, BizNGO Working Group, “BizNGO Guide to Safer Chemicals”

June 2013

Mike Belliveau, President & CEO, Environmental Health Strategies Center; Senior Advisor, Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families, “Chemical Policy Reform as a Driver for Green Chemistry”

July 2013

Stacy Glass, Executive in Resident for the Built Environment, Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute, “Cradle to Cradle Certification – What it is today and how it inspires companies to create safe and healthy products and processes”

August 2013

Lynn Leger, Director, ALCERECO, “How Our Perceptions of Green Chemistry Will Drive Implementation”

September 2013

Brenda Platt, Co-Director, Institute for Local Self Reliance; Co-Chair, Sustainable Biomaterials Collaborative, “Sustainable Biomaterials: Criteria, Benefits, Challenges & Market-Based Tools”

October 2013

Dr. Bruce Blumberg, University of California – Irving, “Transgenerational Inheritance of Prenatal Obesogen Exposure”

November 2013

Dr. Rich Helling and Tracey Easthope, members of the Michigan Green Chemistry Roundtable, “The Green Chemistry Checklist: A Guide for Business”

December 2013

Dr. Terrence J. Collins, Teresa Heinz Professor of Green Chemistry, Director – Institute for Green Science, Carnegie Mellon University, “Building the chemical dimension of a sustainable civilization: the Compass and the Code”