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April 19-20, 2021
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Tokyo, Japan

The Conference on Green & Sustainable Chemistry, the goal of the conference is therefore to bring together international researchers from industry and academia, from authorities and other institutions, from all over the world, to convey the information and share the latest developments across the immense and distinct fields of green and sustainable chemistry in Tokyo, Japan during April 19-20, 2021 which is based on the theme “The Green and Sustainable Future of the World”.

Scientific Sessions of Green Chemistry 2020 includes Energy conversion and storage, CO2 usage / sustainable chemistry and global climate change, Green Building Materials, Sustainable chemistry and bionomics, Green analytical techniques.

Tokyo is the capital city of Japan, boasting gleaming skyscrapers, colonial architecture, charming locals, and a myriad of natural attractions. Divided into numerous Islands, Japan is the 11th most populous country in the world, as well as one of the most densely populated and urbanized.

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Session topics:

• Energy conversion and storage

• CO2 usage / sustainable chemistry and global climate change

• Sustainable chemistry in society

• Waste utilization and re-use: From e-waste to bio resources

• Recent advances in green synthesis and catalysis

• Usage of A.I for determination of sustainability issues.

• Sustainable chemistry and bionomics

• Green analytical techniques

• Exploring green chemistry innovations in plastics to help protect our oceans

• Resolving the problems of micro and Nano plastic.

• Designing of chemical and products for degradation.

Scientific session:  

Energy conversion and storage:

Research and development in energy conversion and storage are becoming increasingly important due to the increasing energy demand for economic and social development and it is fast becoming one of the principal challenges facing the energy sector Energy storage can be defined as simply storing energy generated during periods of low demand to use during periods of high demand. The market for energy storage is expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 24.38% during the forecast period of 2020 – 2025. In an attempt to make the power industry more effective, a new trend in electric power production has witnessed intense development during the recent past years.

CO2 utilisation / Sustainable chemistry and climate change:

As there is enormous release of co2 in the world by means of pollutions and harmful gases an effective use of these gases should be done .The emphasis is on the dissemination of leading-edge research from basic science to the development of new processes, technologies and 

Recent advances in green synthesis and catalysis:

Green catalysts are the catalysts which are eco-friendly , can be regenerated hence reused multiple times and thus minimise waste production during process. The phase transfer catalyst market is projected to grow from USD 960 million in 2018 to USD 1,232 million by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 5.1% during the forecast period from 2018 to 2023.

Usage of A.I for determination of  sustainability issues:

Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) could be one of the solutions to solving major global environmental crises--from climate change to animal endangerment to disease containment--as projects in each of these areas are already underway. Business decision-makers working in environmental sustainability are optimistic about the power of AI, according to a 2018 report from Intel: 74% of the 200 professionals in this field surveyed agreed that AI will help solve long-standing environmental challenges. However, several challenges prevent AI from being the answer to all of our environmental problems. Top barriers to doing so included cost (33%) and regulatory approval (17%), the report found.

Sustainable chemistry and bionomics:

Sustainable chemistry is a scientific concept that seeks to improve the efficiency with which natural resources are used to meet human needs for chemical products and services. Global green chemicals market size will grow by almost USD 50 billion during 2019-2023, at a CAGR close to 10%. In the last few years, toxic chemicals have been facing bans due to the generation of hazardous chemicals.

Green analytical techniques:

Green analytical chemistry is described as the ‘use of analytical chemistry techniques and methodologies that reduce or eliminate solvents, reagents, preservatives, and other chemicals that are hazardous to human health or the environment. According to the report, global renewable chemicals market was valued at over USD 49.22 billion in 2016, is expected to reach above USD 102.76 billion in 2022 and is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of slightly above 11.29% between 2017 and 2022.

Exploring green chemistry innovations in plastics to help protect our oceans:

As the World Economic Forum (2016) reports, over 30% of plastic packaging materials “leak” into the oceans and other natural systems. They attribute this leakage in part to inadequate plastics recycling. The Global Plastic Antioxidants Market Size is estimated to be USD 2.2 Billion in 2019 and is projected to Reach USD 2.8 Billion by 2024, at a CAGR of 5.0%.

Resolving the problems of micro and Nano plastic:

The global micro and nano plastic  size is expected to reach USD 721.14 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc., progressing at a CAGR of 4.0% during the forecast period. Increasing automotive production and subsequent rise in plastics consumption in automotive component fabrication because of regulatory policies pertaining to vehicular weight reduction and fuel efficiency will drive the plastic market over the forecast period. So the amount of problems that occurred due to micro and Nano plastic are to controlled or eradicated which can be done by green chemistry. So this session involves how green chemistry can solve issues in plastic.

Green Building Materials:

The concept of sustainable building incorporates and integrates a variety of strategies during the design, construction and operation of building projects. The use of green building materials and products represents one important strategy in the design of a building.Green building materials are composed of renewable, rather than nonrenewable resources. Green materials are environmentally responsible because impacts are considered over the life of the product (Spiegel and Meadows, 1999). Depending upon project-specific goals, an assessment of green materials may involve an evaluation of one or more of the criteria listed below.



Green and Sustainable Chemistry (GSC) covers subjects relating to reducing the environmental impact of chemicals and fuels by developing alternative and sustainable technologies that are non-toxic to living things and the environment.  Green and Sustainable Chemistry includes all chemical aspects along the life cycle of chemicals as well chemical products and materials e.g. resources, synthesis, use and after life issues. It aims on better understanding where and how chemistry itself can be made more sustainable and whereby chemistry can contribute to sustainability in general. Mineral and fossil resources and metals, Biomass, bio-fuels and bioenergies,CO2 capture, and chemistry, Green solvents, Green catalysis, New synthetic methods, Photo catalysis, Green processes and technologies, Renewable energy and storage these are some of the streams covered in green chemistry.

Scope and importance:

Green Chemistry provides a unique forum for the publication of innovative research on the development of alternative green and sustainable technologies. 

Human health:

Cleaner air: Less release of hazardous chemicals to air leading to less damage to lungs

Cleaner water: less release of hazardous chemical wastes to water leading to cleaner drinking and recreational water

Increased safety for workers in the chemical industry; less use of toxic materials; less personal protective equipment required; less potential for accidents (e.g., fires or explosions)


Many chemicals end up in the environment by intentional release during use (e.g., pesticides), by unintended releases (including emissions during manufacturing), or by disposal. Green chemicals either degrade to innocuous products or are recovered for further use

Plants and animals suffer less harm from toxic chemicals in the environment

Lower potential for global warming, ozone depletion, and smog formation

Economy and business:

Higher yields for chemical reactions, consuming smaller amounts of feedstock to obtain the same amount of product

Fewer synthetic steps, often allowing faster manufacturing of products, increasing plant capacity, and saving energy and water

Reduced waste, eliminating costly remediation, hazardous waste disposal, and end-of-the-pipe treatments

Allow replacement of a purchased feedstock by a waste product

The Global universities:


The george washington university

California polytechnic state university,

University of new haven

Northeastern illinois university

University of memphis

Sam houston state university

The george washington university

Tufts university

Rochester institute of technology (rit)

Columbia video network

Marshall university

Kennesaw state university

Hendrix college

The uc berkely center for green chemistry

Yale university

Universty of illionys-urbana-chamaign

Bridge water state college

University of scranton


University of aberdeen

Nottingham trent university

University of plymouth

University of york

University of copenhagen

Masaryk university

Tomas bata university in zlin

Hasselt university

The university of warsaw

Cracow university of technology

Asia pacific

Xi'an jiaotong-liverpool university

Ualikhanov university

Belgorod national research university

Belgorod national research university

The hong kong university of science and technology

King abdullah university of science and technology

K l university

Chulabhorn graduate institute

Donghua university

Sabanci university

Middle east

Egypt-japan university of science and technology

Uaeu united arab emirates university

Khalifa university of science and technology

The graduate school at the petroleum institute

Hindustan university

Koc university - istanbul turkey

King abdullah university of science and technology

Sabanci university

Research centers around the Globe:

Russian Academy of Sciences

Institute of Physical and Chemical Research

Agency for Science, Technology and Research Singapore

Polish Academy of Sciences

Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences

Japan Science & Technology Agency

US National Science Foundation

Carnegie Institution for Science

Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine



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