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Smurfit Kappa joins Two Sides

Smurfit Kappa has joined the paper advocacy group Two Sides.

Are you feeling the ripples of the ‘Blue Planet effect’?

It started in December last year with David Attenborough.

Elle in recycled paper first

Elle magazine has used recycled paper for the first time as part of a special edition devoted to encouraging sustainability in the fashion business.

Think green in every aspect of your business

Everything she said to Prince Charles struck a chord. The future monarch is an avid environmentalist and so is Simone Hindmarch, which is what brought them together this June in Buckingham Palace.

Bakergoodchild offers starch-based mag wrap

Bakergoodchild has begun to offer its magazine and brochure clients a 100%-compostable wrap material, as an alternative to plastic polywrap, as part of a drive to become a “thought leader” in environmental issues.

Pureprint launches carbon-balancing service

Pureprint has launched a new service to offer its clients a way to balance the carbon emissions of the paper they use in their printed communications, using Carbon Balanced Paper.

Stanbury Chameleon secures carbon balanced status

Stanbury Chameleon has become one of only 10 printers in the UK to be certified as 'carbon balanced' by World Land Trust (WLT).

Forecast worsening for paper supply

Earlier this month PrintWeek reported on the ‘perfect storm’ of global events that have tightened the supply of graphical papers and resulted in paper mills resorting to allocation for the first time since 2001.

Industry must do more to educate against ‘e-greenwash’

Antalis is urging the print and paper industry to play a part in teaching consumers about sustainability in paper and not to be fooled by environmental claims around digital communication.

DS Smith delivers sustainable display that stacks up

Sustainability is the word on everyone’s lips right now when it comes to packaging and print, so when health snack brand Eat Real wanted to show off its new pulse- and grain-based snacks to the world it wanted the unveiling to be not only healthy for the consumer, but healthy for the planet.

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