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Throwise (throw-wisely) is a gamification of disposing waste to help elementary school students reduce waste.

16. May 2019 | via Core77.com | Read more

Throwise (throw-wisely) is a gamification of disposing waste to help elementary school students reduce waste.

16. May 2019 | via Core77.com | Read more
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Members of the Rotary Club of Windsor 1918 recycled plastic bags to make mats for the homeless.

14. May 2019 | via Windsorstar.com | Read more

Members of the Rotary Club of Windsor 1918 recycled plastic bags to make mats for the homeless.

14. May 2019 | via Windsorstar.com | Read more
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The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) will be launching its new Introduction to Sustainable Packaging Design half-day training course.

29. April 2019 | via Imfa.org | Read more

The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) will be launching its new Introduction to Sustainable Packaging Design half-day training course.

29. April 2019 | via Imfa.org | Read more
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The most prestigious Bioplastics Award will take place on May 15th. What is the best bioplastics material and application in 2019?

16. April 2019 | via Bioplasticsnews.com | Read more

The most prestigious Bioplastics Award will take place on May 15th. What is the best bioplastics material and application in 2019?

16. April 2019 | via Bioplasticsnews.com | Read more
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The purpose of packaging is to protect products, provide information and to help market and sell products. However, on occasion, brands and retailers can take the marketing and selling aspect of packaging too far.

13. April 2019 | via Packagingeurope.com | Read more

The purpose of packaging is to protect products, provide information and to help market and sell products. However, on occasion, brands and retailers can take the marketing and selling aspect of packaging too far.

13. April 2019 | via Packagingeurope.com | Read more
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Portuguese artist Bordalo II opens the doors to ‘Attero,’ a giant exhibition of animal assemblages built with trash.

11. April 2019 | via Thisiscolossal.com | Read more

Portuguese artist Bordalo II opens the doors to ‘Attero,’ a giant exhibition of animal assemblages built with trash.

11. April 2019 | via Thisiscolossal.com | Read more
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Green is the color of nature, the environment and sustainability, but ironically the pigments used to create the color are not all that healthy or environmentally friendly.

05. April 2019 | Read more

Green is the color of nature, the environment and sustainability, but ironically the pigments used to create the color are not all that healthy or environmentally friendly.

05. April 2019 | Read more
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By generating carbon-intensity data for each product, CoClear was able to identify industry trends, as well as track product performance improvements along value chains.

30. March 2019 | via Sustainablebrands.com | Read more

By generating carbon-intensity data for each product, CoClear was able to identify industry trends, as well as track product performance improvements along value chains.

30. March 2019 | via Sustainablebrands.com | Read more
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A zero-waste lifestyle shop called EcoSouk just opened in the Hamra neighborhood of Beirut, Lebanon.

25. March 2019 | via Weforum.org | Read more

A zero-waste lifestyle shop called EcoSouk just opened in the Hamra neighborhood of Beirut, Lebanon.

25. March 2019 | via Weforum.org | Read more
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The amount of paper and cardboard packaging now recycled in Europe has reached a record high, according to figures released by the European Union ahead of Global Recycling Day.

21. March 2019 | via Packagingeurope.com | Read more

The amount of paper and cardboard packaging now recycled in Europe has reached a record high, according to figures released by the European Union ahead of Global Recycling Day.

21. March 2019 | via Packagingeurope.com | Read more