Libromat frees women from laundry to read with their families

November 7, 2015 by  
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It may be hard to imagine, with all of our modern convenient appliances, but in some areas of the world women spend 9 hours a day just doing laundry . Libromat, a program from entrepreneurs at Oxford, gives women that time back so they can use it reading and bonding with their kids. READ MORE>

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Win this limited edition Positive Impact Awards scarf and help advance sustainability in the fashion industry

November 7, 2015 by  
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The Pratt Institute’s Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator is hosting its inaugural Positive Impact Awards as a part of the institute’s first anniversary celebration. Our own Jasmin Malik Chua is nominated for helping to advance sustainability in the fashion industry and you are invited to stop by and celebrate. Yu can also win a gorgeous limited-edition alpaca-and-merino-wool scarf that will be created on-site. READ MORE >

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SocialCycling Program Launched To Reuse Non-Recyclable Products, Materials

November 19, 2009 by  
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The new SocialCycling program from consultant firm DMD Green will route non-recyclable products and materials out of waste streams and toward companies and artisans that can reuse them to make new products.  

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