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The steely logic behind tree hugging

An oft-repeated Trumpism that, until two weeks ago, was one of a litter of reasons why the toupéed former reality star should not become the 45th US President was his widely reported theory that climate change is a hoax perpetuated by the Chinese.

Are bioplastics the complete green package, after all?

Bioplastics have come a long way since they were first marketed more than quarter of a century ago. What once began as a niche product with a very limited scope of application has burgeoned into a range of materials with properties that can be utilised by a variety of markets.

Sun Chemical to launch regulatory compliant pad printing ink

Sun Chemical is set to launch its latest environmentally friendly ink for pad printing.

BrunelPrint claims carbon neutral first

Bristol-based BrunelPrint has claimed to have become the first printer in the country to offer carbon neutral printing for no extra cost to all customers on all jobs.

Star product: Denmaur Independent Papers Revive

Revive is a recycled paper range available from Denmaur Independent Papers in nine options, four finishes and a grammage range from 54-350gsm.

Weighing up your options in the great green paper debate

Twenty years ago forests around the world were in crisis: more than 200 million hectares were lost between 1980 and 1995 in developing countries alone. In response to this alarming trend, the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) – a global alliance of governments, NGOs and paper and timber industry representatives – was created in 1993.

FSC-certified products to be used at Olympics and Paralympics

Millions of Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified products will be used at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Fuji platemaking facility goes wind-powered

Fujifilm has bolstered its eco credentials by making one of its production facilities 100% wind-powered.

Two Sides reports improvements but incorrect public print perceptions remain

A survey by paper and print advocacy group Two Sides has found that in the past five years, consumers are responding more positively to print, but misconceptions remain over sustainability.

Education boosts perception of print

The paper industry is out to bust a myth: that it is imperilling the environment by destroying forests in order to boost profits.

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