Integrating green chemistry into design can have a major positive impact, reducing or eliminating the use and generation of toxic feedstocks, by-products, solvents, and all other associated products. One of the fathers of green chemistry, Dr. John Warner, provides an introduction to green chemistry, as well as ideas for how to build this concept into education and practice.
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Green Chemistry Theory and Practice. Anastas, Paul T., and John C. Warner. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1998.
Green Chemistry. J. C. Warner, A. S. Cannon, K. Dye. J. Environ. Impact Assess. 24, 775, 2004.
The Science of Green Chemistry and Its Role in Chemicals Policy and Education Reform. A.S. Cannon, J.C. Warner. New Solutions. 21(3), 499-517, 2011.