Industrial Ecology and Green Chemistry

Our Vision

Industrial ecology and green design are relevant both for corporate decision-making and to support policy-making at different levels, from municipalities to national governments. Students gain an understanding of systems analysis applied to environmental problems in production-consumption systems, acquire methods to quantify the use of energy, materials, water, and land for industrial production, and the comparative evaluation of different pollution types. They learn about how organizations use these approaches in environmental management.

Specialization Coordinators

  Paul Anastas
Teresa and H. John Heinz III Professor in the Practice of Chemistry for the Environment

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