Embracing allies in climate change: chemistry’s role in a low carbon economy
Chemistry touches more than 95 per cent of all manufactured goods on the planet, including clothing, building and construction, and food production.
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna. The International Energy Agency estimates that, in aggregate, the use of innovative chemistry products results in the reduction and avoidance of 2.6 tonnes of GHGs for every tonne associated with production, use and end of life management of those products, writes Bob Masterson. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade