13 Jul '18, 3pm

NRDC initiative migrates to Apparel Impact Institute

NRDC initiative migrates to Apparel Impact Institute

“Over the last few years the NRDC has focused on finding a long-term home for the Clean By Design program,” Kurt Kipka, vice president of the Apparel Impact Institute, told Ecotextile News . “Now we can really focus on scaling Clean by Design in terms of both its content and its regional presence in other parts of Asia outside China.”

Full article: https://www.ecotextile.com/2018071323604/dyes-chemicals-n...

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