Worldwide Trends in Green Chemistry Education
A Great Challenge of Green Chemistry Education: The Interface between Provision of Information and Behaviour Patterns
Green Chemistry Education in Brazil: Contemporary Tendencies and Reflections at Secondary School Level
Learning about Sustainable Development in Socio-Scientific Issues-Based Chemistry Lessons on Fuels and Bioplastics
Collaborative Development of a High School Green Chemistry Curriculum in Thailand
On the Development of Non-formal Learning Environments for Secondary School Students Focusing on Sustainability and Green Chemistry
Green Catalysts for Producing Liquid Fuels from Lignocellulosic Biomass
Green Chemistry and Sustainable Industrial Technology – Over 10 Years of an MSc Programme
The State of Green Chemistry Instruction at Canadian Universities
Education in Green Chemistry: Incorporating Green Chemistry into Chemistry Teaching Methods Courses at the Universiti Sains Malaysia
Introducing Green Chemistry into Graduate Courses at the Brazilian Green Chemistry School
Educational Efforts in Green and Sustainable Chemistry from the Spanish Network in Sustainable Chemistry
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About this book
Educating the next generation of chemists about green chemistry issues, such as waste minimisation and clean synthesis, is vital for environmental sustainability. This book enables green issues to be taught from the underlying principles of all chemistry courses rather than in isolation.
Chapters contributed by green chemistry experts from across the globe, with experience in teaching at different academic levels, provide a coherent overview of possible approaches to incorporate green chemistry into existing curriculums. Split into three sections, the book first introduces sustainability and green chemistry education , before focussing on high school green chemistry education initiatives and green chemistry education at undergraduate and post-graduate levels. Useful laboratory experiments and in-class activities to aid teaching are included.
This book is a valuable resource for chemical educators worldwide who wish to integrate green chemistry into chemical education in a systematic and holistic way. It is also of interest to anyone wanting to learn more about the different approaches adopted around the world in sustainability education.