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Green Chemistry in Sustainable Technology

When considering many of the common substances in use for life today, often they come with a high ecological cost. While the space age was excellent for developing useful products, the concern for the environment in the development of these products was not necessarily of top consideration. Plastics, paints, even pharmaceuticals are derived from fossil fuels and are often culprits of pollution, waste, and non-sustainable technology.

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The Big Impact of Green Technology to our Environment

Pollution is getting worse each day. With the risk it provides to the present it holds and the future generation that it molds, it is now the time to make a big change.

Technology, as we all know, plays a big important role of today’s generation; much more in the coming future. But the fact that most of the things that are invented in the past and so as presently, it can’t be denied that it damages our environment a lot and that affecting many individuals as well. With that, people should come up with a realization that we should make a movement and a change that would help us of becoming better in the future without risking anything at all. That may sound too cliché, but who knows, things may change the way we view it.

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Sustainable technology as a source of development

Sustainable technology is characterized, compared to commonly used techniques in a society at a given time to meet the same needs, a lesser imprint on the nature of human activities, due to their environmental performance. This ecological added value must, on pain of being quickly outdated, be constantly renewed in a continual improvement process through the various industrial and administrative institutions. Sustainable technologies allow both:

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