The Minnesota Green Chemistry Forum is pleased to present their fifth annual conference, The Midwest Bioeconomy and Safer Products Summit: Regional InnovationsSolving Global Problems, at the Minneapolis Central Library on Thursday, February 19th, 2015.
From electronics to tableware, plastic is everywhere and varies by shape and size.
Despite plastic-made products’ differences, most share a common origin as fossil fuels drilled out of the ground.
Now, equipped with a recently awarded federal grant, University of Minnesota researchers are working to even the playing field between traditional plastics and more environmentally friendly alternatives.
The MGCF is committed to fostering a common understanding among businesses, government, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and academia to advance green chemistry practice and policy in Minnesota and nationally. Learn more.