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New York Academy of Sciences CEO Helps Pick Winners of $1 Million Grant for New Sustainable Fabrics

Published March 29, 2017

Carbon-binding nylon made from biomass and solar energy instead of oil, vegetal leather made from wine production waste are just a couple of the winners named by the non-profit H&M Foundation in the second edition of its Global Change Award at which Academy CEO, Ellis Rubinstein was a judge. See story here.