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In the latest edition of the Sustainability Perspective series, a part of Packaging Europe's Sustainable Packaging Summit, Erik Lindroth, Tetra Pak's sustainability director, shares his perspectives of a wider look on packaging sustainability, and the positive impacts the company can make throughout the entire life cycle. 
In the context of the ongoing debate about plastics packaging and sustainability, Elisabeth Skoda discusses recycling and recyclate goals and challenges, bioplastics, consumer behaviour and much more with Dr. Isabell Schmidt, the managing director at IK,  the German plastic packaging industry association.
Accompanying our Sustainability Awards 2020 and the Sustainable Packaging Summit, Packaging Europe is speaking to thought leaders from across the packaging value chain to share their insights on major sustainability topics. Amcor's sustainability director Gerald Rebitzer explains why he expects the climate crisis to move the sustainability focus from "good or bad" packaging materials to creating efficient, functional packaging. 
What are the potential benefits of digital watermarking for recycling and beyond? On the occasion of the launch of  the HolyGrail 2.0 project, Elisabeth Skoda speak to Michelle Gibbons, Director General at AIM, and to Gareth Callan, Sustainability Packaging Manager at PepsiCo and member of the HolyGrail leadership team to find out more. Sponsored by: Smurfit Kappa No.1 company in Europe producing corrugated packaging, container board and ‘bag in box'
Packaging is one of the key areas brand owners have been working on to increase their sustainability performance. Elisabeth Skoda catches up with Archana Jagannathan, senior director for sustainable packaging at PepsiCo, and explores how a collaborative approach helps the company to develop sustainable packaging solutions, from reusable to recyclable and compostable.
As COVID-19 is changing the way all of us live our lives, Elisabeth Skoda talks to James Harmer, planning & innovation strategy leader at Cambridge Design Partnership about changing perceptions of consumer packaged goods, and the effects of the virus on consumer behaviour and packaging innovation.
Libby Munford speaks with Robert Garbett, founder and chief executive of The Drone Major Group, an independent drone advisory service, about the future of the drone industry and how packaging providers can work in tandem and take part in emerging developments.
As COVID-19 further channels consumer behaviour into online shopping, Libby Munford chats to leading expert, Brent Lindberg, founder of Fuseneo, to catch his curiosity on innovative packaging design for leading brands and Amazon in the e-commerce market.
Sail away in this episode with Emily Penn, co-founder and mission director of eXXpedition, the all-female sailing voyage and scientific research mission investigating the causes of and solutions to ocean plastic pollution.
PUMA is ready to roar

PUMA is ready to roar

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NVC's Michael Nieuwesteeg speaks to Tim Sykes ahead of the launch of the PUMA manifesto, introducing a toolkit that aims to eliminate packaging as a sustainability issue.
Should we continue to use polybags in the fashion industry in light of sustainable alternatives?Ashley Holding, innovation manager at Fashion for Good and Adam Gendell, associate director of GreenBlue’s flagship project, the Sustainable Packaging Coalition, discuss findings from their joint whitepaper.
Tim Sykes caught up with David Katz, founder and CEO of Plastic Bank, and Philippe Blanke, head of innovation and sustainability, Henkel Beauty Care, to learn how they plan to stop ocean plastic by monetizing waste while improving lives.
Joe Franses of Coca-Cola European Partners chats to Tim Sykes about the different approaches the iconic brand is taking to eliminate packaging waste and reduce environmental footprints
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