While global treaties play a crucial part, progress in combating plastic pollution grassroots efforts are also needed to expedite change.
Over the last few years we have seen a trend in packaging moving from plastic to paper-based solutions, but is this really the sustainable choice or is it only perceived as ‘doing the right thing’ in consumers eyes?
Sustainable cosmetics packaging is complex. Gaynor Denton-Bray and Simon Furness explore the challenges and opportunities that cosmetics brands face in delivering improved packaging sustainability.
Gillian Garside-Wight explores six amazingly inspirational people who continue to make a significant difference to how we view sustainability.
There are many brands shouting about how their products are not tested on animals, are vegan friendly or use sustainable and responsibly sourced ingredients, but fewer display information on packaging sustainability credentials, and future goals.
For smaller cosmetics brands it is likely that the challenge of packaging sustainability is greater than for bigger brands, despite the fact that the product range may be smaller.
Gillian Orr takes a deep dive into sustainable innovation within the food service sector.
Legislation in food service in imperative, however is it enough on its own to drive the collaborative change we desperately need?
One of the key challenges remains that with the vast majority of food service consumed on-the-go, a lot of it ends up as litter either due to lack of available disposal facilities or poor consumer behaviour.
This e-book explores what EPR is, who is obligated and how much it could cost your organisation, as well as a step-by-step guide to help you break down the key stages for all EPR schemes.
Our interactive EPR guide helps you navigate managing your EPR responsibilities.
It was great to be joined at this event by industry professionals who all care about the same thing: our planet.