Seville International Chemistry Declaration 2016: An Invitation to Sign

In a world that is becoming increasingly populated and urbanized, and which will require 30% more water and 40% more energy by 2030, we are faced with innumerable social challenges that require a firm commitment to research and innovation for their resolution. It will be chemistry as a discipline, with the fundamental and necessary support of other sciences and areas of knowledge, which will continue to assume the responsibility of addressing most of these challenges and to offer sustainable solutions in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals set out by the UN. This will only be possible if we establish the necessary collaboration channels between key stakeholders, and including society and its competent authorities and bodies.

The Seville International Chemistry Declaration 2016, was launched in Seville at the 6th EuCheMS Chemistry Congress on September 13th, 2016.

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