The Ocean

4 ways green chemistry is helping make the world a better place

Understanding green chemistry can create a circle of virtuous economic activity. Image: REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo

Mark Esposito

Chief Learning Officer, Nexus FrontierTech, Professor at Hult International Business School

Terence Tse

Executive Director, Nexus FrontierTech

Khaled Soufani

Senior Faculty, University of Cambridge

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