Academic Institutions

Green Chemistry is emerging in academic institutions all over the world.

Dozens of university and college courses of varying disciplines offer green chemistry lectures, readings, assignments, and lab exercises.
Ten academic institutions currently pursue or support Green Chemistry research.
Thirteen universities offer Green Chemistry courses.
Seven graduate programs offer a degree in Green Chemistry.
Five Centers are dedicated to performing Green Chemistry research.
Two universities integrate Green Chemistry across its undergraduate chemistry curriculum.

Visit the Green Chemistry Education Network (GC EdNet) to find individual teachers; to find teaching materials go to the Green Chemistry Education Materials (GEMS) site.

United States Programs:

Arkansas
Hendrix College

California
The UC Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry

Colorado
Colorado School of Mines

Connecticut
Yale University

Illinois
University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign

Massachusetts
Bridgewater State College
Gordon College
University of Massachusetts, Boston
University of Massachusetts, Lowell: Center for Green Chemistry

Minnesota
St. Olaf College

Oregon
University of Oregon

Pennsylvania
Carnegie Mellon Institute for Green Oxidation Chemistry

University of Scranton

International Programs:

Australia
Centre for Green Chemistry

Royal Australian Chemistry Institute

Brazil
Química Verde no Brasil

Canada
Green Centre Canada

McGill University

Environment Canada

China
Chinese National GC Conference

India
Green Chemistry Network Centre

Italy
Interuniversity Consortium — Chemistry for the Environment (INCA)

Japan
Green and Sustainable Chemistry Network


Japan Chemical Innovation Institute

United Kingdom
University of Nottingham

York University

Green Chemistry Network

Environment, Sustainability & Energy Gateway of the Royal Society of Chemistry

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