Beyond Benign
provides educators with
the tools, training and support
to make green chemistry
an integral part of
chemistry education.

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Green chemistry education is at the core of a sustainable future.

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“We need to make green chemistry education a more generalized and broad component to the education of all chemists and scientists.”

–Dr. William Tolman, Dept. of Chemistry, University of Minnesota

“Teaching students the principles of green chemistry through the lens of sustainability is exciting and fulfilling.”

–Ann Lambert, King Philip High School

“There are many students who are now interested in the sciences because of us Fellows and that alone has made this experience worthwhile.”

–Stephanie Intriago, Simmons College graduate

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June Green Chemistry Learning Opportunities and Community Discussions for ALL

If you joined us during Earth Month for our Green Chemistry webinar and Q&A session with Dr. John Warner and Dr. Amy Cannon, the Co-Founders of Beyond Benign, you know…

Beyond Benign Collaborates with New York State Pollution Prevention Institute to Empower K-12 Educators in New York

Beyond Benign is collaborating with the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I) to empower educators to advance sustainable science education in the New York region. Through fostering a regional…

Everyday Products are Full of Harmful Chemicals. Can Green Chemistry Lead the Way to Safer Alternatives?

What are the steps we need to take to produce safer everyday products and what is the role of Green Chemistry in all of this? Our Co-Founder John Warner explains…