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As part of OrganoClick’s increased activities within the field of Green Materials and Green Chemistry, a seminar focusing on these issues were organized by OrganoClick and Anders Wall on Tuesday 13th of September. Participants included Magnus Emfel, responsible for Climate innovations at the World Wildlife Foundation (WWF), Erik Noaksson, head of the Jegrelius Institute of Applied Green Chemistry, Tomas Wadström from Cleantech Inn Sweden, Anders Eliasson, Invest Sweden, and professor Armando Córdova, Mid-Sweden University. During the seminar, topics such as wood preservatives, textile chemicals and green catalysis were brought up to discussions and how Green Chemistry can be used in these fields and create new business opportunities.Communicating environmental benefits of products was also a topic that was heavily discussed. “Communicating the great environmental benefits of OrganoClick’s products is probably one of the most important things in order to attract customers and influence policy makers”, concluded Erik Noaksson, head of the Jegrelius Institute of Applied Green Chemistry.