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Laurel Brunner discusses the benefits of conducting a sustainability audit for businesses and how this can affect their environmental strategy
FESPA’s Head of Technical Support, Graeme Richardson-Locke shares his experience of FESPA UK Association’s Textile Printing Now.
Laurel Bruner discusses how prizes such as Kodak’s Sonora Plate Green Leaf award is a fantastic way to raise awareness for sustainability.
Laurel Brunner discusses one of the most important labelling schemes in the graphics industry, the Greenguard certification programme and how it is designed for healthy indoor environments.
FESPA's new Technical Support Manager, Graeme Richardson-Locke shares his views on FESPA and the industry.
Laurel Brunner discusses the necessity to ban plastic in order to save and preserve the environment and the measures countries are taking to do so.
Laurel Brunner discusses the argument between plastic versus paper packaging and their effect on our environment. Can a new alternative be the answer?
ISO 20690 helps determine the energy usage for digital presses and simplifies the process of comparing the operating costs including their carbon footprint.
Sustainability consultant Laurel Brunner says that publishers have the power to determine how green the printing industry can be.
It's hard enough getting to grips with carbon footprinting, but that is only a small part of the environmental impact calculation.
Organisations should take steps to improve employee mental wellbeing, but what can each and every employee do?
Laurel Brunner considers the implications in making an environmental impact declaration for print and calls for a new standard that measures the materials used in all aspects of the printing process.
What should the graphics industry expect for 2018? This is easy to answer: more of the same.
In a digital world where so many of our interactions are virtual, we’re increasingly craving richer experiences in our everyday actions.
The outspoken people in your meetings are producing great ideas. But what about the ones taking more of a back seat?
In this week's Verdigris blog Laurel Brunner reflects on how the growing number of digital printing technologies calls for a new approach to recyclability.
Printing was never the industry that the tech conglomerate, the Draugiem Group, ever worked in.
The Dalai Lama once said, “When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new."
Did you know over 1200 global print service providers participated in our last Print Census, having their say on the future direction of the industry?
Not a week goes by that we don’t hear of another digital printer manufacturer making the switch to LED curing technology for ultra-violet (UV) inks.
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