The following invited speakers have confirmed their participation.

Paul T. Anastas
Yale University, USA
Title: "Green Chemistry, “…to solve most of the world’s problems”
Javier García Martinez
University of Alicante, Spain
President of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, IUPAC
Title: "Circular Chemistry: Catalyzing the Green Economy"
Supawan Tantayanon
Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Title: "Green Synthesis of Metal Nanoparticle Embedded Soft Hybrid Gel from Plant-based materials"
Pietro Tundo
Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Italy
Title: "Reaction Mechanisms and Energy Profiles: How Green Chemistry Complies with Them. The Case of Dimethyl Carbonate"
Maria Georgiadou
European Commission, DG Research & Innovation, Belgium
Title: "EU perspective for biofuels and bioenergy under the European Green Deal and REPowerEU"
Buxing Han
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Title: "Conversion of CO2 and Biomass into Chemicals and Fuels"
Lorena Betancor
Universidad ORT, Uruguay
Title: "Biocatalytic solutions for industrial waste glycerol valorization"
Philip G. Jessop
Queen´s University, Canada
Title: "How CO2-Switchable Materials can Help in Biomass Conversion and Greener Coatings"
Fabio Aricò
Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Italy
Title: "Towards Scalable Synthesis of Furanics: Products Purification and Comparative Environmental Assessment"
Despo Fatta-Kassinos
University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Title: "Enhancing the Circular Economy in the Water Sector by Addressing the Chemical Contaminants of Concern Present in Wastewater "
Solange I. Mussatto
Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Title: "Emerging technologies for a sustainable conversion of lignocellulosic biomass into biobased products"
Bert Sels
KU Leuven, Belgium
Title: "Chemicals from lignin: feasible, safe and sustainable"
Daniel C.W. Tsang
Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Title: "Design of Biomass Waste-Derived Biochar Catalyst for Glucose Oxidation"
Isabel M. Marrucho
Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
Title: "DES, ES AND ILS: Tailoring Solvents for Sustainable Applications"
Rafael Luque
University of Cordoba, Spain
Title: "Biowaste valorisation: the waste-to-wealth concept"
François Jérome
Institut de Chimie des Milieux et Matériaux de Poitiers, CNRS, France
Title: "Alternative technologies for the selective conversion of bio-based feedstocks to specialty chemicals"
Audrey Moores
McGill University, Canada
Title: "Unlocking the potential of crustacean waste: solvent-free, mechanochemical pathways to added-value materials"
Jinlong Gong
Tianjin University, China
Title: "Solar Fuels: from Mechanistic Understanding to Device Engineering"
Jorge Gascon
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
Title: "On the Efficient Transformation of CO2 to Chemicals and Fuels"
Vânia G. Zuin Zeidler
Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Brasil
Title: "Green Analytical Chemistry and Circularity: towards more sustainable processes, materials and outcomes"
Liliana Mammino
University of Venda, South Africa
Title: "Green chemistry and computational chemistry: a wealth of promising synergies"
Andreia F. Sousa
University of Aveiro, Portugal
Title: "The quest to a circular approach to (furanic) polymers"
Dimitrios N. Bikiaris
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Title: "European Sustainable Biobased Nanomaterials Community (BIOMAC): From biomass pretreatment for monomers and additives extraction to the synthesis of biobased composites"
Chao-Jun Li
McGill University, Canada
Title: "Sustainable Cross-Couplings: Demetallation of Organometallic Reactions"
Jane E. Wissinger
University of Minnesota, USA
Title: "Teaching global perspectives: Connecting Green Chemistry, the UN SDGs, and Sustainable Polymers"

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