On December 19th , 2009, after going through complicated and tortuous negotiations, the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference achieved significant results and issued the “Copenhagen Agreement”, firmly upholding the establishment of the “United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change” and its “Kyoto Protocol”. The basic framework and a series of principles further clarified the obligations and actions of developed and developing countries based on the principle of “common but differentiated responsibilities”, respectively, and expressed the international community’s long-term goals, funds and measures to address climate change. , technology and operational transparency.
- China’s emphasis on energy conservation and emission reduction.
- Take the step of energy saving and environmental protection from the packaging design.
- Packaging and printing equipment, materials, printing and packaging manufacturers attach importance to energy saving and emission reduction.
- The opinions and suggestions of packaging and printing professionals on how to develop the packaging and printing industry in the low-carbon era
(Please see the “Low carbon action – Chapter No.1, N.2, No.3, No.4.1, No.4.2, No.4.3 and No.4.4 for the details)
The EU’s 2010 climate policy hearing has ended, although whether to impose carbon tariffs still needs to wait for the EU’s clear position, but the first low-carbon economy focus after the Copenhagen Climate Conference has touched our printing and packaging industry. From a long-term perspective, new things such as carbon tariffs and carbon labels remind the printing and packaging industry once again that it must pay attention to and implement the strategy of sustainable development.