In part four of The Big Questions series, imagining the future of the food and beverage industry, we ask whether plastic packaging could ever disappear
As part of its net positive ambition to go Way Beyond Good, SIG has launched a new initiative to engage and give something back to local communities
With the world’s climate and natural resource crisis growing, all businesses must act now to make a more positive impact on our planet, says SIG’s CEO Rolf Stangl
Today is Earth Day. When this annual campaign began in 1970, biodiversity was already in decline. Now, nearly 50 years on, growing global demand is putting even more pressure on eco-systems.
The world is facing a crunch as growing demand increases pressure on depleting natural resources. We want to play our part in meeting this challenge through our ambition to go Way Beyond Good
When it comes to food and drinks, consumers want their products to be good – inside and out – making their packaging choices more important than ever
The potential of recycling goes far beyond consumer products with many new buildings now made almost entirely of repurposed packaging and materials
With plastic waste in our oceans reaching epic proportions, the search for more renewable straws has become a major concern for businesses and consumers around the world
Sustainability starts from the ground up, which is why SIG is proud to be part of the drive to create the world’s most sustainable buildings
Our unique flagship project, Cartons for Good, has made some great strides this year and is now close to kick-starting operations In our last Cartons for Good update in April, we looked at how this flagship project of our WAY...