2013 Michigan Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference
Designing a sustainable Michigan
The Michigan "GreenUp” Conferences are designed to be hotbeds for collaborative learning and sharing. Green chemistry and engineering can revolutionize the way we work and live, by employing less toxic materials and processes in the manufacture and design of the products we use every day. With this year’s conference taking place along the majestic Grand River in beautiful downtown Grand Rapids, it is only fitting that this year’s focus is designing a sustainable Michigan.
For chemists, engineers, industry CEOs, educators, students, entrepreneurs, decision makers, policymakers – anyone interested in Michigan’s march toward smart, sustainable growth – this conference is the opportunity to hear from leading experts and share innovative ideas on how we can best "green up” Michigan through green chemistry and engineering.
How can YOU participate?
• Apply for a Michigan Green Chemistry Governor’s Award
• Submit an oral or poster presentation abstract
• AttendTo sign up for GreenUp conference alerts, contact Jennifer Acevedo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organized by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality in conjunction with Grand Valley State University, the Michigan Green Chemistry Roundtable, and conference steering committee members.