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Science. 2002 Aug 2;297(5582):807-10.

Green chemistry: science and politics of change.

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  • 1School of Chemistry, University of Nottingham, Nottingham NG7 2RD, UK. martyn.poliakoff@nottingham.ac.uk

Abstract

The chemical industry plays a key role in sustaining the world economy and underpinning future technologies, yet is under unprecedented pressure from the effects of globalization and change in many of its traditional markets. Against this background, what will be needed for the industry to embrace efforts to make it "greener"? We explore some of the issues raised by the development of "green chemistry" techniques and identify potential barriers to their implementation by industry.

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