Today, the European Commission launches an alliance of key industry stakeholders covering the full plastics value chain as part of its persisting efforts to reduce plastics littering, increase the share of recycled plastics and stimulate market innovation.
Katowice (Poland), 11 December 2018 – European Aluminium’s new report called “Vision 2050” confirms the strong growing European and worldwide demand of aluminium in key markets such as automotive, packaging and building. While the document is set to be released soon, it outlines the substantial reduction of direct and indirect CO2 emissions through innovation, regulatory predictability and increasing recycling rates.
The fourth edition of The Economist’s Sustainability Summit will marshal the evidence to measure past progress, and assess where and how policymakers, financial institutions and business leaders should act. Where are we on the sustainability front compared with where we need to be? In what areas are efforts still falling short? Has the world already passed the point of no return in terms of climate change? And to what extent should efforts be directed at adaptation rather than mitigation?
The European Commission has awarded Europe’s most promising digital innovations emerging from EU funded research and innovation projects. Gr3n (pronounced ‘green’) from Switzerland won the 2018 Innovation Radar Prize for for their breakthrough technology for ‘upcycling’ PET / polyester. The awards ceremony took place at the European Commission’s ICT 2018 in Vienna, Austria on 6 December. Five other EU-funded innovators also secured prizes at the awards ceremony.
This EAS Masterclass is for marketing professionals or those new to this area with a hands-on, day-to-day responsibility for developing labels that need to comply with the relevant legislation. It will cover a wide range of essential topics, including nutritional labelling schemes, country of origin requirements and the application of the EU’s nutritional tolerance guidance.The workshop will be interactive, featuring examples and case studies that bring the labelling landscape to life. With a maximum of 10 participants, the session will deliver in-depth knowledge and high-level insights guaranteed to be of great value to all delegates.