It’s a normal practice followed since ages – we always need somebody to inspire us to do something. And many great movements and events have become huge success just because some stalwarts inspired others to do what they were doing rightly.
Industrial Green Chemistry Workshop 2009 (IGCW) is one such unprecedented event which aims to take green chemistry from the cauldrons of the laboratory to the corridors of industry. The workshop aims to encourage pharma and chemical industries to deliver products and services in benign ways, untainted by toxic routes and environmental damage.
IGCW-2009 is principally designed on the basis of a 9-Eye (I) Approach; each ‘eye’ expanding the vision of participants for engaging them into emerging views of Industrial Green Chemistry paradigms. The three day workshop has been designed based on this 9-Eye. The first day aims to ignite, inspire, and encourage people to take initiation in the field of green chemistry. The target audience for the first day, i.e., 4th December, 2009, will be over 300 senior management members, directors, CEOs, consultants, entrepreneurs, strategic advisors, etc. They will be given an opportunity to recognize and explore the ecological and economical footprint of IGC through Ignition, Inspiration, and Initiation.
In order to ignite awareness about IGC among more than 1, 00,000 people connected to chemical industry as stake holder, stalwarts like Prof. Paul Anasthas and Dr. John Warner will share their knowledge and expertise on IGC. Once the audience are enlightened about the topic, Dr. Murli Sastry, Chief Scientist with Tata Chemicals Innovation Centre, will further inspire the audience by narrating the 100 years journey of sustainability at TATA Group. Furthermore, Dr. Apurva Bhattacharya will speak on success case studies of commercializing green chemistry and positively impacting economics and environment.
We are here to inspire you to make this world a better place to live. So are you ready to get inspired and support our initiative?