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Vol. 33 No. 5
September-October 2011

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The Chemical Element—Chemistry’s Contribution to Our Global Future
Javier Garcia-Martinez and Elena Serrano-Torregrosa (editors)
ISBN: 978-3-527-32880-2, 396 pages, June 2011

Following the UN Millennium Development Goals, the authors examine the nine most critical areas, including energy, climate, food, water, poverty, education, and health. All of the authors are opinion leaders in their fields or high-ranking decision makers in national and international institutions. This book provides an intellectual basis for the future development of chemistry. It is aimed at a wide readership including students, professionals, engineers, scientists, environmentalists, and anyone interested in a more sustainable future.

The book contains a foreword by IUPAC President Nicole Moreau and Julia Hasler (UNESCO Focal Point for IYC) and an epilogue by Jeffrey Sachs (director of The Earth Institute).

www.thechemicalelement.com


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