Printing Businesses Must Work Together

According to Laurel Brunner, writing for the Verdigris Project, Covid-19 is not the first virus to bring devastation to communities and it will not be the last. Now more than ever printing businesses must work together towards a common goal: survival. Sadly we are seeing terrible effects of the Corornavirus crisis on the graphics industry, […]

2020-07-27T08:08:18+02:00Jul 22nd, 2020|

Calculating Print’s Carbon Footprint Is Increasing

Laurel Brunner from The Verdigris Project says we have ISO 16759 (Quantification and communication for calculating the carbon footprint of print media products), published in 2013 and reviewed in 2018. ISO 16759 specifies how to work out the carbon footprint of print, from books to labels, from transactional documents to packaging and everything in between. The […]

2020-04-14T09:29:24+02:00Apr 1st, 2020|

Graphics Professionals Need To Be Aware Of Their Environmental Footprint

According to Laurel Brunner from the Verdigris Project, there is no room to hide behind the idea that climate change is not as bad as it seems, that there is no space to hide because the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) does not allow it, or at least there is no evidence […]

2019-12-02T09:21:14+02:00Nov 28th, 2019|

Maintaining Sustainability In The Graphics Sector

Laurel Brunner from the Verdigris Project has emphasised that – as far as the graphics industry is concerned – not much progress has been made concerning green business practices. These days interest in sustainability and reducing environmental impact appears to be high. At least it is amongst consumers and governments, but although lots of people […]

2019-11-04T08:27:56+02:00Oct 31st, 2019|