Green chemistry strives to develop cost-effective chemical processes and products that directly curtail pollution at its origin, aligning with the pinnacle of pollution-prevention strategies. The domain of green chemistry is expanding, with mounting interest evident in both academic and industrial domains. The pursuit of methods that employ fewer hazardous substances, generate reduced waste, and demand lower energy input has made strides. Nevertheless, there remain significant challenges on the path to achieving a more sustainable trajectory. Green chemistry holds the potential to positively impact the environment across all phases of a product's life cycle—spanning material extraction, conversion, processing, and production; encompassing packaging, transportation, and distribution; accommodating consumer usage; and extending to end-of-life management strategies.