Spotlight on Sustainability and Recyclability: Alfred Ritter Uses Koehler’s Flexible Packaging Paper for its ‘Mini Mix’ Pouches – Packaging Gateway
Alfred Ritter GmbH & Co KG aims to create packaging solutions from renewable raw materials that are in harmony with both humans and nature and are recyclable. With a view to achieving this goal, the company, employing almost 1,700 staff and boasting a brand awareness of 99% in Germany, actively monitors changes in consumer behaviour, changes which have grown exponentially in recent months.
How to reverse Punjab’s agriculture
The people of Punjab need to be complimented for winning a clear majority to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the recent Assembly elections. Prime Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann has a golden opportunity to get Punjab back on track of achieving higher sustainable growth, lower corruption and liberation from the drug mafia. Only then can Punjab regain its happiness and prosperity. Mann has pledged to root out corruption in government offices, but so far has not announced a plan for agriculture, a leading industry, initiating Punjab’s Green Revolution. But the state was late. We try to reveal the main problems in Punjab agriculture, the factors that brought it to its current state and what potential solutions could be to ensure sustainable prosperity. The biggest problem facing Punjab agriculture is the rapidly depleting and deteriorating quality of groundwater resources.
European Union Nations Unanimously Agree to Ban Single-Use Plastics By 2021
The European Union (EU) is playing no games with its waste. All 28 countries within the union agreed Wednesday to phase out single-use items like plastic straws and cutlery, as well as polystyrene drink and food containers, by 2021.
University of Washington earns high marks in international sustainability rating
The University of Washington has been recognized as one of the most sustainable higher education institutions in North America, according to the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System.
First EU attempt of a legal definition of “circular economy” – Lexology
One of the characteristics of environmental law is the use of indeterminate legal concepts and definitions that try to attain the most exact……
QC to ban single-use plastics in 2020
MANILA, Philippines — Starting next year, Quezon City will ban single-use utensils, whether made of plastic or paper, as well as plastic bags—a momentous step for the biggest city in a country that accounts for an outsize share of plastic waste globally.