Professors Arjan W. Kleij and Atsushi Urakawa (ICIQ group leaders), together with Prof. Michael North (University of York, UK) have co-edited the latest issue of ChemSusChem (2017, 10, 6) on ‘Catalysis for CO2 conversion’. The aim of this Special Issue is to highlight recent work that illustrates the importance of catalysis as a key enabling technology for CO2 conversion.
Kleij, North and Urakawa also wrote this issue’s Editorial, which is free to access, discussing the importance of CO2 conversion in modern chemical processes. The Editorial was selected for the front cover of the journal.
This issue includes a total of 32 papers about different methods for CO2 conversion, from organocatalysis to catalytic carbon nanofibers. It also features a very interesting review on finding sustainable chemical solutions towards a CO2 neutral world.
To access this ChemSusChem special issue please follow this link.