Creating a sustainable future for printRegister here
Corporations all over the world are taking measures to reduce their carbon footprint. Media companies are no exception. Funke Medien has been on the path to carbon neutrality for a few years now. Dr. Klemens Berktold from Funke Mediengruppe and Thomas Staebler from ClimatePartner will tell us the story of how their journey has developed.
Three scientists talk about how best to measure carbon footprint both for print and digital. There are several parameters one needs to consider when measuring carbon footprints.
Today’s environmental crises are deeply interlinked and directly affect our health and welfare. This presentation is highlighting these linkages and offering solutions any business can engage in. Ecolabels are guiding tools for safeguarding responsible actions. As always in acting responsibly, one solution rarely fits all and solutions need to adapt to changing conditions. In this presentation, Stefanie Eichiner will offer ways for making informed responsible choices and sharing these with your customers with confidence.
Many companies in newspaper production see their sustainable future working in cooperation with other companies that have similar functions or are compatible. We will hear from three trade journalists that represent three different parts of the world.
The OPHAL group made a powerful presentation in last year’s World Printers Summit about the handling of paper. This year, they are back with a presentation about how best to store paper in a warehouse in a safe and secure manner.
In the past two years, the value chain for newspaper production has been eroded by the pandemic and other factors that have worsened the flow of goods between countries. Andreas Schaffner from Tamedia has extensive knowledge of this market and has studied the trends extensively. He will present his vision for the future of these matters.
How does the paper industry see the new world of newspaper production after COVID? What are the main challenges? Ruud van den Berg is the Senior Vice President Global Sales at UPM Communication Papers.
Will the newspaper industry experience a shortage of qualified print professionals in the coming years? Do we as an industry offer lucrative opportunities for young professionals? How can we retain and reeducate our staff to keep them up to date?
New environmental standards require inks that are used in printing to be mineral oil free. How are ink manufacturers and printers qualified to tackle this challenge? Is there a difference in de-inking for newspaper or packaging?