The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Green Technologies in Food Production and Processing provides a comprehensive review of the current status of the agriculture and agri-food sectors in regards to environmental sustainability and material and energy stewardship, and provides strategies that can be used by industries to enhance the use of environmentally.
- Track 1-1oxidation process
- Track 1-2functional bipolymers
- Track 1-3Bacterial Reagent
- Track 1-4Bacterial Decomposition
Renewable energy includes resources that rely on fuel sources that restore themselves over short periods of time and do not diminish. Such fuel sources include the sun, wind, moving water, organic plant and waste material (eligible biomass), and the earth's heat (geothermal).
- Track 2-1solar energy
- Track 2-2geothermal energy
- Track 2-3wind energy
Agricultural science is a broad multidisciplinary field of biology that encompasses the parts of exact, natural, economic and social sciences that are used in the practice and understanding of agriculture.
- Track 3-1Food Production
- Track 3-2Fiber Production
- Track 3-3Soil Cultivation
Any unnatural and negative changes in all the dimensions like chemical, physical and. biological characteristics of any component of the ecosystem i.e. air, water or soil which can cause harmful effects on various forms of life and property is called environmental pollution.
- Track 4-1Global Warming
- Track 4-2Chemical Hazards
- Track 4-3sustainable chemistry
As a new and rapidly growing science, the applications of ultrasound methods in environmental technology hold a promising future. Compared to conventional methods, ultrasonication can bring several benefits such as being environmentally friendly (no toxic chemical are used or produced), low cost, and compact, allowing on-site treatment.
- Track 5-1Green Organic Synthesis
- Track 5-2Photochemistry
- Track 5-3Mechanochemistry
Reconquest of biodiversity; remediation of degraded and anthropic areas, prevention of environmental health risks; eco-innovation; Green industry ... The current French ambitions are closely related to an interdisciplinary approach to scientific ecology, all of which participate in the expected industrial renewal
- Track 6-1Eco Innovation
- Track 6-2Environmental Health Hazard
- Track 6-3organic chemistry
Natural polymers occur in nature and can be extracted. They are often water-based. Examples of naturally occurring polymers are silk, wool, DNA, cellulose and proteins.
- Track 7-1Cellulose
- Track 7-2Chitin
- Track 7-3Carbohydrates
Green engineering is the design, commercialization, and use of processes and products in a way that reduces pollution, promotes sustainability, and minimizes risk to human health and the environment without sacrificing economic viability and efficiency
- Track 8-1Manufacturing
- Track 8-2Extraction
- Track 8-3Disposal
It is an alternative to "conventional" waste disposal that can save material and help lower greenhouse gas emissions. Recycling can prevent the waste of potentially useful materials and reduce the consumption of fresh raw materials, thereby reducing: energy usage, air pollution (from incineration), and water pollution (from landfilling).
- Track 9-1Waste Management
- Track 9-2Garbage Collection
- Track 9-3Incineration
ATOM ECONOMY The idea of yield is useful, but from a Green Chemistry and sustainable development perspective, it is not the full picture. This is because yield is calculated by considering only one product
- Track 10-1Substitution
- Track 10-2Elimination
- Track 10-3Stoichiometric Reagents
Enzyme catalysis is the increase in the rate of a process by a biological molecule, an "enzyme". Most enzymes are proteins, and most such processes are chemical reactions
- Track 11-1Activation Energy
- Track 11-2Free Energy
- Track 11-3Energy Coordinate
Designing safer chemicals means exactly what it says: products should be designed to be used for their purpose while minimizing their toxicity. When creating a product, design it to have the greatest efficacy possible with the lowest amount of toxicity to the user, earth, etc.
- Track 12-1Solubility
- Track 12-2Volatility
- Track 12-3Particle Size
Green tech–or green technology–is an umbrella term that describes the use of technology and science to create products that are more environmentally friendly. ... Examples of green tech include the technology infrastructure used to recycle waste, purify water, create clean energy, and conserve natural resources.
- Track 13-1Green Chemistry
- Track 13-2Environmental Monitoring
- Track 13-3Clean Chemistry
“Design for Degradation” is the tenth green principle of green chemistry, and currently one of the largest challenges in green chemistry. It is hard to design stable products that function competitively for their purpose while understanding the degradation mechanism to determine if they are toxic.
- Track 14-1Limited Performance State
- Track 14-2Normal State
- Track 14-3Safe State
Reduce Derivatives is Principle 8 of the 12 Principles of Green Chemistry. Derivatization is defined as the use of blocking groups, protection/de-protection, and temporary modification of physical/chemical processes
- Track 15-1Physical and Chemical Process
- Track 15-2Protection
- Track 15-3Temporary Modification
Green Chemistry is at the frontiers of this interdisciplinary science and publishes research that attempts to reduce the environmental impact of the chemical enterprise by developing a technology base that is inherently non-toxic to living things and the environment.
- Track 16-1Biocatalysts in Organic Synthesis
- Track 16-2Green Catalysts
- Track 16-3Green Reagent
- Track 16-4Green Synthesis