In this interview, Prof. James Clark, Ph.D., of the University of York Green Chemistry Centre for Excellence, shares his insights on how green chemistry has changed and new opportunities for sustainability. Listen now!
C&T: Within the past ten or so years, how has sustainability and green chemistry evolved?
Clark: Many are recognizing that green chemistry is a good place to be. It may not be called green chemistry but references are made to biorefineries, bioresources and the circular economy. There’s all sorts of new terminology now, in this same space. In terms of the way the subject has developed, it’s become much more holistic.