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What would you do if you had 1 billion dollars? Your list will probably include a new house, trip around the world, starting your own business. What would you answer if we put a condition – the money should be spent on tackling a global problem. Which one will you address – climate change, poverty, inequity? The world has been facing a number of challenges long before the COVID-19 outbreak and the only way to solve them is the joint efforts of all parties involved...

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A Package with a story (www.dnevnik.bg)

Don’t judge by the package, people say. However, if we must put this saying in the context of the modern times, then do judge by the package. The manufacture of packaging affects the environment – a lot of valuable resources like water and energy are used and greenhouse emissions are generated. In addition, plastic packaging waste is one of the main reasons for the pollution in ocean. There are so many reasons to give up packaging, right? However, this is impossib...

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Nestlé announced today that its popular Smarties brand is now using recyclable paper packaging for its confectionery products worldwide. This represents a transition of 90% of the Smarties range, as 10% was previously already packed in recyclable paper packaging. Smarties is the first global confectionery brand to switch to recyclable paper packaging, removing approximately 250 million plastic packs sold globally every year. Nestl&eacut...

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As a company that was among the first to sign the UN Business Ambition for 1.5 ° C initiative, Nestlé has drawn up an early plan to combat climate change. Measures have been taken to halve emissions by 2030 and achieve zero net emissions by 2050, despite being in a period of business growth, the company said. It will focus on helping farmers and suppliers to develop regenerative agriculture, planting hundreds of millions of trees over the next ten years and movi...

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The leader in the bottled water market in Bulgaria Devin EAD is placing a special logo on the labels of its brands DEVIN Spring and DEVIN Mineral to remind consumers about the separate collection of packaging after consumption. DEVIN bottles are 100% recyclable and, unlike most food, beverage and cosmetics packaging, do not require pre-washing before being disposed of in a container for plastics. "Single-use plastic packaging has a lower carbon footprint than most alt...

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