Join us to learn how companies are measuring, assessing and reducing their carbon footprint and lowering costs across their packaging portfolio with informed data-driven decision making.
Eco-systems are collapsing… driving everybody to take action to reverse the impact of climate change and develop more sustainable ways of living:
• for families
• for businesses
• and for communities
We are all seeking knowledge to help us make the right decisions and to help create a more sustainable world.
In response to public outcry, sustainability regulation is increasing for packaging and is becoming more ambitious. Navigating this complexity and managing the accelerating consumer demand for more sustainable products is making it harder for companies to plan reliably.
Packaging is recognised as a significant contributor to global carbon emissions. Both industry and consumers are demanding quicker and more impactful solutions to how we package goods. Organisations are investing ever-increasing sums of money in R&D and packaging-piloting in an effort to reduce the carbon footprint across their supply chain.
“There has been a staggering 71% rise in online searches for sustainable goods globally over the past five years. In one survey, 66% of all respondents, and 75% of millennial respondents, said that they consider sustainability when making a purchase.” (World Economic Forum, 2021)
With regulators, investors and consumers increasingly demanding a higher level of compliance in sustainable and environmental management, now, more than ever, organisations need to ensure that they are making the right decisions and invest in projects that can produce measurable results in the shortest possible time.
So, where can they access the data needed to make those decisions…?
The second and third paragraphs should be a description of the webinar presentation and how the audience may learn skills to deal with key issues faced in their company.
In this webinar we will:
1. Explain how gaining a full understanding of your packaging portfolio’s carbon footprint can help you drive initiatives that will make a major contribution to your organisation’s ability to reach its carbon footprint reduction targets.
Globally, countries and, by association, organisations need to be committed and morally responsible if we are to achieve net-zero by 2050. However, achieving this requires a deep understanding of your organisation’s carbon emissions profile under:
• Scope 1: Direct emissions
• Scope 2: Indirect emissions
• Scope 3: All indirect emissions (not included in Scope 2)
To understand how to measure your packaging carbon footprint, you need to have the right tools in place to enable you to undertake a full life-cycle assessment of your packaging – you need a digital packaging carbon measurement solution.
2. Cover what to look for when choosing the right technology and review what aspects of your packaging portfolio can be measured to achieve meaningful reductions in your emissions.
3. Discuss how sustainable packaging modelling can facilitate data-driven decision making to help drive your packaging design process and guide your design teams through the 9 steps of understanding when they start any new packaging redesign project.
4. Explore how sustainability is impacting customers’ buying decisions.
The last paragraph is a closing statement and should have a ‘call to action’ to register for the presentation.
Sign up today and join industry leaders and peers as we explore how data-driven decision making and sustainable design processes can reduce your packaging portfolio’s carbon footprint, lower costs and increase customer engagement.