Green Chemistry: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Sustainability

UC Berkeley Course , Spring 2011 , Prof. John Arnold

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Overview

Introduction to Interdisciplinary Study of Green Chemistry - Introduction To Class Group Projects - Introduction To Fluorinated Surfactant Case Study - Introduction to Chemistry - Principles Of Green Chemistry - Introduction to Health and Environment - Introduction To Business Perspective on Green Chemistry - Introduction To Law and Policy -- The Role Of Economics And Law - Should Chemicals Be Assumed To Be Safe Or To Be Dangerous? - Environmental Fate And Ecology In Chemical Design

Exposure Sciences And Green Chemistry - Chemical Assessment - Designing for Degradation - Designing for Materials and Energy Efficiency - Environmental Decision-Making Structures - The U.S. Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976 - Chemicals Policy Reform - When It Pays To Be Green and Competitive Business Strategy - Fluorinated Surfactant Case Study - What We Have Learned So Far - Evaluating Evidence and Understanding Uncertainty - Life Cycle Thinking - Alternatives Assessment - Role of Chemical Users - Course Poster Session And Presentations For Class Group Projects

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