Regular Registration (June 13th – July 16th)

  • 50+ years ACS Member$225Regular Registration


…your conference was better balanced between science, business and policy.


Faculty Registration Discounts

The Conference is offering incentives for faculty to bring students:

  • One free faculty registration for every 5 paid student registrations.
  • One discounted ($315) faculty registration for every 3 paid student registrations.

To qualify for this discount, the student registrations and faculty registration must be submitted at the same time (as a group) by mail or fax:   Mail to: American Chemical Society Attn: GCE Conferences, PO Box 3337 Columbus, OH 43210. Fax: +1-614-447-3671

Volunteer Opportunities

We have a host of volunteer opportunities for local green chemistry enthusiasts!   Volunteer assistance is needed in the following areas: onsite conference registration, technical sessions, roundtable reception, hybrid meeting session, and more.   A minimum of 4 hours of volunteer time is requested per day. In return, volunteers will receive complimentary access to the general conference proceedings for the entire day they volunteer for. If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out or volunteer form by June 26, 2015. Please note: Only U.S.-based volunteers are permitted.

Volunteer Form & More Information


I think the broad scope is a great way to bring people from diverse fields together. As an attendee from industry, it was great to see plenty of industrial presentations talking about the green chemistry principles in action.


  • 30 technical sessions over three days
  • 150 presentations
  • Outstanding daily keynote speakers
  • Opportunities to network with 500+ professional colleagues
  • Ability to spend more than 30 hours with industry colleagues
  • Other special events such as the opening reception
Who Attends?

GC&E is an international technical conference bringing together the cross section of disciplines working on green chemistry and engineering research, innovations, and implementation. Attendees include scientists, sustainability leaders, industry executives, government officials and policy makers, educators, students, and chemical R&D professionals.