By adopting green chemistry principles and methodologies, researchers all over the globe are devising new processes to help protect and ultimately save the environment from further damage. In this book, eminent international experts in green chemistry, green engineering, and environmental sustainability discuss the fundamentals of green chemistry and address current issues of social concern. The text covers sustainable development through green engineering, sustainable economics, environmentally benign technologies for greener processes, computational methods and modeling, environmental ethics, and green approaches to minimize air, water, soil, marine, noise, thermal and nuclear pollution.
Essential Principles of Green Chemistry. Sustainable Development through Green Engineering. Green Approach for Sustainable Economics. Environmentally Benign Technologies for Greener Processes. Green Chemistry: Computational Methods and Modeling Recent Research for Green Processes. Green Engineering for Better Society. Green Chemistry and Environmental Ethics. Green Chemistry: Challenges and Threats. Green Approach to minimize Air, Water, Soil, Marine, Noise, Thermal and Nuclear Pollution.
Sanjay Kumar Sharma is a Professor and Head of the Department of Chemistry at the Institute of Engineering and Technology, India. Ackmez Mudhoo is a Postgraduate Teaching Assistant in Thermodynamics at the University of Mauritius Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering.