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New Zealand: Green chemistry -- better, safer, more sustainable
by Alison Ballance, Senior Producer
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20 August 2020
On 20 August 2020 Radio New Zealand reported:
James Wright and Cameron Weber are passionate advocates of an area of chemistry known as 'green chemistry.' 'It's where we design new processes and products that don't harm the environment,' says James, who is Director of the Centre for Green Chemical Science at the University of Auckland.
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