Science Based Targets, real targets for real change
Stora Enso has embraced science-based targets as the best way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and honour the Paris Agreement.
Wood-based products can be re-used many times over and safely recycled. For example, some 54% of the world’s paper is recycled. In Europe the recycling rate is over 70% .
Responsible companies who see economic opportunities in Laos seek to engage communities to ensure that they remain an integral part of commercial investment. This approach can offer a win-win outcome where communities and companies can both benefit.
The world has a challenge on its hands. We have to lower our carbon footprint as temperatures continue to rise. Given the global challenges facing our planet, the need for new sustainable solutions is more important than ever. With trees as our base we have an important role to play in creating a renewable future.
What makes luxury packaging luxurious? Material, design, intelligence – with the element of eco. We might define the luxury market by price points, but what defines the price?
What can retailers do to make the shopping experience more renewable? Consumers today want to do the right thing and retailers need to be one step ahead. Listen to Emma Hernell, senior analyst at the strategy firm United Minds and Lisa Säfwenberg, packaging developer at the Swedish food retailer Axfood.
As our societies become increasingly urbanised, wood-based products and solutions have enormous potential to help make cities around the world more liveable through ‘urban greening’.
A box is no longer a box anymore. With Intelligent Packaging, boxes are now having their own digital life. We speak to Eef de Ferrente of the Active & Intelligent Packaging Association and Sylvia Kaiser-Kershaw from NXP Semiconductors about the future possibilities of intelligent packaging.
Did you know that today there are 5.25 trillion pieces of plastics on the surface of the oceans? Water bottles, plastic bags and other waste that end up in the water fragmentize and are subsequently eaten by fish – and then go further up the food value chain. Anna tells about the plastic pollution we see in all our oceans and what can be done about it.