Cleaning Up Chemicals: Road to Get There

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The global chemicals industry could drastically transform itself to produce greener products and still grow in the coming decades, but doing so will require a strong commitment to bring new technologies far past the idea stages. That’s a top message from Chad Holliday, a former chairman of Shell who has also served in the leadership of companies like DuPont and Bank of America. He is championing a new report, Planet Positive Chemicals, published by Systemiq, which describes itself as a systems change company.

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