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Good piece by ’s . Research from the University of Southern California shows communication is too complex for the general public. To affect change, we need clear, simple, and consistent messaging.

Is linking environmental and peace a stretch? Not according to Michael Mapes in his blog ahead of .

A staggering 1/3 of food produced for human consumption goes to waste each year. Our newest white paper; Protect, Promote, and Preserve, explores the role canning plays in the fight against .

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In his blog Rob Huffman argues that decisions about packaging materials have to be about more than just costs on an income statement.

Making metal cans for food goes beyond volume, shape, and size. Jenny Wassenaar and Helene Germon will share what’s required at the Food Contact Asia conference starting today.

has far-reaching consequences. Peace is one of them. The Live Event on September 21 by will be worth tuning into to hear different perspectives and fresh ideas. Sign up for free here:

Are the tough and honest conversations about the recyclability of packaging starting? Good piece by and focusing on the complexity of and packaging. , let’s keep talking to drive faster action.

There is a big difference between what is technically possible and what happens in reality when it comes to environmental . We all want to do the right thing, but misinformation doesn’t make it easy. Good piece by

When over 80% of your CO2 footprint is derived from raw materials, procurement can play a critical part in creating a sustainable supply chain. More from our Christian Girardon in .

This UK focused infographic from reflects the global recycling rate view. Metal is one of the most recycled materials. When combined with the fact that it is infinitely recyclable, you are talking about true .

Good report, and . Hopefully it will broaden the discussion about and make people take a second (and critical) look at the circular impact of the materials we choose.

We’ve said it before: is complex. and provide a good case for the industry to communicate its own story.

“The signs are all around us. The earth is changing, so our packaging world is changing too.” Food for thought in this podcast featuring our own Jenny Wassenaar.

Good point. is a problem. Roughly 1/3 of food produced for human consumption gets lost or wasted. provides the strongest barrier between the outside world and the product and can reduce total waste by extending the shelf life of foods.

Good to see how the health & beauty industry's shaping consumers’ behaviors by including metal as a packaging option. says “when used thoughtfully, aluminum can help accelerate our path to a more sustainable future.”

“Brands that are eco-friendly and sustainable are winning in the marketplace,” says our CEO Michael Mapes in our first report.

Our CEO, Michael Mapes, will discuss land resources during Climate Action Live on June 21. Look for diverse climate insights from a distinguished and global group of participants.

“Processed” is a bad word when it comes to food, but should it be? “Processed” can mean a lot of different things and “Processing can also help to preserve food and make it more accessible.” Good food for thought (pun intended) from

Just a thought, getting the message across that is important, but maybe we should also spend time explaining that many other materials don’t. doesn’t mean the object is truly part of a .