21st Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference | June 13-15, 2017 | Reston, Virginia


2017 Media Partners

  • ACS Sustainable & Green Chemistry Journal
  • C&EN
  • Chemical Watch
  • IGCW
  • RSC Green Chemistry Journal
  • ISGC
  • Wiley Media Sponsor
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  • TKS
  • Media

    Media Registration

    We welcome members of the media to sit in on presentations, attend the conference and line up interviews.

    The ACS provides complimentary registration to national meetings to reporters (staff and freelancers) and public information officers from government, non-profit and educational institutions. Marketing and public relations professionals, lobbyists and scientists do not qualify as press and must register via the main meeting. Journal managing editors, book commissioning editors, acquisitions editors, publishers and those who do not produce news for a publication or institution also do not qualify.

    Please contact our media coordinator below for registration guidelines or questions: Christiana Briddell

  • Media Registration

The largest convergence of science, business, government, and students seeking sustainable alternatives through green chemistry and engineering comes together every year at the Green Chemistry & Engineering conference. With over 42 technical tracks over 3 days, leading experts in the field, and emerging innovations and strategies, GC&E is the perfect environment to get an inside perspective on issues such as:

  • How businesses are re-inventing everyday products like paper packaging and blue jeans to drastically cut water use, chemical input, and environmental impact
  • How green chemistry can address issues like fracking contamination head-on
  • Why universities across the country are rewriting basic chemistry curriculum through the lens of green chemistry
  • How the Pharmaceutical Industry ($640 billion), Chemical Manufacturing Industry ($750 billion in the U.S. alone), and other Fortune 500 companies are cutting costs through applying green chemistry principles to stay ahead of the curve
  • Making biodiesel with algae? How chemists are replacing petroleum with bio-based, renewable chemicals
  • And much more