Sustainable chemistry, a robust business model and the rapid screening of toxicity data will help to create a healthier marketplace.
Safer chemical innovation can transform the industry which will result in safer products and supply chains. Many companies are embracing the opportunity
One of the objectives of the conference was to find ways to scale green chemistry and what role, if any, should the GC3 play to support this idea.
Levi Strauss and Berkeley-Haas Center for Responsible Business hosted a forum to drive the adoption of screened chemistry.
To combat environmental pollution, there has been an effort by brands to develop sustainable apparel initiatives in products and supply chains.
The workshop was built around the “case of BPA-free can linings,” but the gist was to share best practices and common challenges across industries as we move towards alternative materials.
A new report published by the Cornucopia Institute, compares and assesses the ingredients of many toothpastes available in the marketplace
My top blog entries for 2015 centered mostly on safer products, and the role retailers play in driving demand and educating their customers around those products. I thought it would be interesting to compare the popularity of my blogs in 2015. I wrote over 30 articles about chemical management, including blog posts on Chemical regulations. […]
This was the 10th BizNGO conference and there was much to discuss and learn. BizNGO is one of my favorite conferences because there is such a willingness to share information, brainstorm ideas and drive forward on the path to safer chemicals. I really like the interesting content, the cross industry collaboration and the valuable input from the NGO […]
The Global Green Chemistry Centers (G2C2) advances green chemistry education, public outreach, and decision making for a sustainable 21st Century. They just had their third conference.