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Here are some green-chemistry-inspired blog posts from EPA's Official blog, Greenversations.

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Meeting Ben Franklin
June 1, 2011
By Marguerite Huber

EPA intern Marguerite Huber attended the Philadelphia Science Festival’s event “The Science of Being Green, from 18th Century to the Future,” where she saw Ben Franklin and EPA assistant administrator Dr. Paul Anastas talk about green chemistry and science innovation. Read more about meeting Ben Franklin.

Foresight for a Better Future: Green Chemistry
May 25th, 2011
By Sarah Blau

EPA student services contractor Sarah Blau listened to Dr. Paul Anastas, EPA’s assistant administrator for science speak at the Society of Toxicology conference in Washington, DC, about the future of Green Chemistry. Read more about Dr. Anastas speech.

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Designing Safer Products is No Accident
April 6, 2011
By David DiFiore

EPA’s David DiFiore, senior project manager in the Design for the Environment program, talks about the Design for the Environment (DfE) Safer Product Labeling Program. Read more about EPA’s label for safer chemical-based products.

Increasing Our Focus on Green Chemistry in New England
January 5, 2011
By Curt Spalding

The Regional Administrator for EPA New England, Curt Spalding, discusses the necessary steps to make green chemistry an economic driver in New England and the U.S. Read more about Green Chemistry and the economy.
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