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June 12, 2023
An event every year that begins at 12:00 am on day 12 of June, repeating indefinitely
On June 12th, Celebrate 25 Years of Green Chemistry and 10 Years of the Green Chemistry Commitment Program with Beyond Benign! Showcase your own approach to incorporate green chemistry principles and practices and help to inspire the next generation of scientists and citizens to take sustainable actions with our #CommitToGreenChem campaign!
The #CommitToGreenChem is happening on the same day of our Green Chemistry Commitment Summit (June 12th, 2023) on social media. This campaign is open to all members of the chemistry community around the world, so invite your colleagues, staff, and students, and celebrate their diverse strategies to apply green chemistry around the world!
How to participate:
✅ Download and print a copy of our #CommitToGreenChem sign here. Choose your favourite template! If you do not have access to a printer, don’t worry! You can use any piece of paper or electronic device to showcase your passion for green chemistry!
✅ On your sign, write down your Commitment to Green Chemistry, and how you are working towards achieving a more sustainable future at the molecular level. These could include not only research and teaching subjects, but also daily life approaches. Every action, big or small, is worthy and makes a huge difference towards achieving a sustainable future!
✅ Take a picture holding your #CommitToGreenChem sign and invite other faculty, staff, and students to participate! Help us to celebrate you and your institution’s diverse strategies and achievements in solving our current environmental challenges!
✅ On June 12th, share your #CommitToGreenChem on social media and tag Beyond Benign on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and/or LinkedIn accounts for us to amplify you and your work! Incase you are not on social media, just upload your photo with the format FirstName_LastName_Institution on our shared folder, and we will share them out!
We are looking forward to celebrating you, your work, and the whole green chemistry field on June 12th.
See you then!