Paul Anastas Wins the 2021 Volvo Environment Prize

Paul Anastas
October 28, 2021

Known as the ‘father of green chemistry,’ Paul Anastas, who directs the Yale School of the Environment’s Center for Green Chemistry and Green Engineering, is recognized for revolutionizing the chemical industry with the principle that environmental hazards can be eliminated through thoughtful upfront design. To learn more, please click here for an article published by the Yale School of the Environment

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