In October 2021, the U.K. government published its “Build Back Greener” strategy with the goal of tackling climate change by decarbonizing all sectors of the economy and meeting its net zero target by 2050.
When it comes to packaging, raw material generally represents the largest cost component, especially in an inflationary commodity environment. Raw material also represents the largest carbon footprint share of the packaging itself. With the climate in peril, sourcing sustainable materials is instrumental in creating an environmentally aware product. So, it’s all the more important to ensure you’re considering key elements when determining the sustainability performance of the packaging solution.
With greater attention on sustainability and the direct need to meet climate goals, purchasers are looking for ways to change. One place to start is with the 170 million notebook computers produced and sold around the world every year. Rethinking an organization’s purchase and use of IT products like those notebooks can dramatically cut an organization’s carbon footprint – and save money - without affecting performance.