Prof. Dr. Eric LICHTFOUSE - International Environmental Chemistry Congress (EnviroChem)

Prof. Dr. Eric LICHTFOUSE

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Eric  LICHTFOUSE


Prof. Dr. Eric LICHTFOUSE

Aix-Marseille University, FRANCE

Chief Editor, Environmental Chemistry Letters

Eric Lichtfouse is professor of environmental sciences and scientific writing at Aix Marseille University, Xi'an Jiaotong University and the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology. He has invented carbon-13 dating, a molecular-level method allowing to study the dynamics of organic compounds in temporal pools of complex environmental media. He has discovered temporal pools of individual substances in complex media such as soils. He is Chief Editor and founder of the journal Environmental Chemistry Letters. He is the author of the book Scientific Writing for Impact Factor Journals, which includes a new writing tool, the micro-article, allowing to identify results novelty. He has awards in analytical chemistry and scientific editing, and is top 2% world scientist in environmental sciences.

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Recent Trends in Environmental Chemistry Research

Eric Lichtfouse, Aix-Marseille University

Most actual world issues such as the Ukraine war, the COVID-19 lockdowns, climate change, public health and rising pollution are linked to research in environmental chemistry. The Ukraine war has revealed the urgency to replace fossil fuels by local and sustainable energies. The COVID-19 episodes has evidenced the sources of air pollution. Frequent climate alerts call for rapid carbon sequestration. Advanced treatments of water and wastewater are required to remove microplastics, antibiotics and other emerging pollutants. This conference will present key examples from the journal Environmental Chemistry Letters, published by Springer Nature.