Green Chemistry is publishing a selection of papers from ISGC-2017.

Green Chemistry is the home of cutting-edge research on the development of alternative sustainable technologies and is delighted to be publishing a selection of papers from ISGC-2017. Please note that all submissions will be subject to initial assessment and peer-review and as such we cannot guarantee publication of submitted manuscripts. More information about the scope, standards and publication criteria of Green Chemistry can be found online at 

INCREASE announces the launch of the 4th edition of ISGC.


INCREASE is a public/private research network hosted by the CNRS (FR CNRS 3707).

The International Consortium on Eco-conception and renewable resources (INCREASE) is  a public/private research network hosted by the CNRS (FR CNRS 3707) where academic and industrial partners work together to tackle scientific hurdles and to jointly create an intellectual property roadmap.
This public/private partnership should accelerate the commercialization of sustainable and safe chemicals to satisfy the need of our society to limit its impact on the Planet. 

Projects developed within the framework of INCREASE involve about 100 personnel including researchers, engineers, technicians, PhD and postdocs. 
The scientific strategy of INCREASE covers the development of cutting-edge technologies (non-thermal atmospheric plasma, milling, ultrasound, electrochemistry, microwaves, photochemistry, etc.) for production of organic-building blocks from non-edible resources.

Key words are : research, network, valorization, mundialisation, education. 

Call for communications in now open. Deadline : October 31th, 2016


On the continuation of the previous editions, ISGC-2017 will gather more than 800 attendees from all around who will exchange on the most recent advances in the field of green chemistry through plenary lectures, keynotes, oral and flash communications and posters organized around multi-parallel sessions with 6 principal topics and industrial sessions.
Call for communications is now open until October, 31th 2017.

Plenary speakers and keynotes have already accepted invitation :
Plenary lectures :
Professor Roger Sheldon (University of Delft)
Peter Wasseircheid (Friedrich-Alexander-University)
Ye Wang (Xiamen University)
Thibault Cantat (CEA – Saclay)
Oliver Kappe (University of Graz)
Gross Richard Alan (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
François Monnet (Solvay Advanced Technologies)
John Hartwig (Berkely university)

Keynotes :
Philippe Dupau (Firmenich)
Rebouillat (DUPONT)
Boris Estrine (ARD)
Virginie Belliere-baca  (ADISSEO)
Edith Norrant (UCB Pharma)

Chris Hardacre (Queen's University Belfast)
Michael Meier (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
Rafael Luque  (University of Sevilla)
Tom Welton (Imperial college)
Karen Wilson (Aston University)