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Your October & November Printweek has landed. Coming out on the eve of COP26, along with our usual news round up, dominated by M&A, the 'Sustainability Issue' has a definite green hue including a paper wrapping special report...

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  • Friday, October 22, 2021
The issue's cover feature looks at how print can grow back greener by supporting buyers' eco agenda as mega brands and their consumers demand planet-friendly print as a matter of course. The environment also dominates our news briefing section, where print bosses reveal sustainability is no longer a nice-to-have – it’s essential, and we also preview the Power of Print virtual conference.

EU initiative cannot become 'gold plating' by regulators

It has long been recognised that trees are an environmental 'good'. They act as a carbon capture and storage system and the expansion of forestry in Europe has led to many more trees being planted than harvested. By signing up to one of two chains of custody certification systems, the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) or the Programme for Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC), the paper industry has up to now been able to demonstrate its commitment to using wood from sustainable sources to make pulp. The UK paper industry sources most of its pulp from Europe.

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