Heinzel Group is a member of EPIS (European Pulp Industry Sector) and therefore supports the #GreenSource initiative to promote the role of forest-fibre industries in the effort to achieve the EU’s climate neutrality target by 2050. The forest-fibre industry wishes to play a central role in offering solutions that respond to the needs of the European citizens and contribute to a sustainable lifestyle while making sure that forests keep growing, absorbing CO2 and protecting biodiversity.
How can brands protect forests? Join us at Sustainable Brands in London as PEFC International CEO Ben Gunneberg discusses this very question at the PEFC Activation Hub on 17 November.
You will find us at our Activation Hub throughout the three day event, which takes place at the Beaumont Estate, Windsor, from the 16-18 November, as we highlight how PEFC certification can provide brand owners with the responsible sourcing assurances they require.
“Consumers are increasingly demanding that the products they buy come from sustainable sources,” said Mr. Gunneberg. “By choosing PEFC-certified materials, brand owners can use the globally recognized PEFC logo, satisfying consumers’ expectations for responsibly produced products.”
Sustainable Brands London will bring together almost 500 thought leaders, brand innovators, designers and global business leaders to explore various topics and issues relating to sustainability. Through a combination of plenary sessions, workshops, the Activation Hub and networking events, the conference is designed to benefit everyone from NGOs and small business owners, to CEOs and global brand leaders.
Following Sustainable Brands, PEFC will be heading to the edie Sustainability Leaders Forum on Thursday 19 November at London’s Russel Square hotel.
The annual Sustainability Leaders Forum, now in its 9th year, brings together ambitious international business professionals looking to move beyond environmental objectives; deliver transformational change in society and create more value within their organisation.