We at pack it eco are delighted to announce that we have partnered with solutions provider in corporate climate protection, ClimatePartner to calculate and offset our company’s emissions.
A recently published short communication in the high impact journal Science of the Total Environment led to controversy amongst Ecologists worldwide, and in particular in South America.
Products made of biopolymers are globally increasing in popularity. In addition, this trend can be observed in the increasing availability and variance of bioplastic items. And variance is the operative point in this case.
In order for us here at packiteco to understand the specific needs of our potential customers, we asked a variety of different businesses to spend a few moments completing a survey for us.
A team from the Stockholm Resilience Center (1) recently explored the issue of marine plastic pollution under consideration of a holistic global view, including all affected earth systems.