University of California


Science Magazine (November 2009)


Environmental Health Perspectives (August 2009)


Berkeley Science Review (Winter, 2009)


SIN Conference (2009)


California Magazine (Summer, 2008)


UC Berkeley School of Public Health Magazine (Summer, 2007)


California Out
in Front (EHP, 2007)

Green Chemistry: Cornerstone
to a Sustainable California

The principles of chemicals policy outlined in this report highlight the need for a modern, comprehensive solution to pressing health, environmental and economic problems associated with California’s management of chemicals and products. These policies will promote the science, technology, and commercial applications of green chemistry: the design, manufacture and use of chemicals, processes and products that are safer for human health and the environment. Building new productive capacity in green chemistry will support a vibrant economy, open new opportunities for investment and employment, and protect human health and the state’s natural resources.

 


Contact

Program in Green Chemistry and Chemicals Policy
Center for Occupational and Environmental Health
School of Public Health, UC Berkeley
50 University Hall #7360
Berkeley, CA 94720

Michael Wilson, PhD, MPH, Research Scientist mpwilson@berkeley.edu 510-642-5703
Megan Schwarzman, MD, MPH, Research Scientist mschwarzman@berkeley.edu 510-643-4685