The second edition of the Master Eco Packaging Design – Systemic Innovation Design of the Polytechnic of Turin, promoted by PACKAGING ETHICAL CHARTER FOUNDATION, entered the heart of the creative / practical design activities, in collaboration with companies.
On June 6 in Milan, on the occasion of Milan Design Week, the Packaging Ethical Charter Foundation organized the workshop “The Good Packaging: Ethical Implications and Systemic Approach in Packaging Design”, led by prof. Erik Ciravegna, Ph and editor of the “Stories of Ethics” column for the Foundation website.
The second edition of the Advanced Training Course in Packaging Management is announced in 2022 thanks to the renewed agreement between the Ethical Packaging Charter Foundation and the Management Department of La Sapienza University of Rome.
PACKAGING: TRAVELLING AMONG VALUES AND PROJECTS
Images and Artefacts Interact with the Ethical Packaging Charter
There can be no ecological transition without a circular economy. And the possibilities of avoiding a climate catastrophe, by honoring the 2050 commitments made at the UN summit in Paris in 2015, are linked to the relaunch of the circular economy on which 39% of CO2 cuts depend.
The pandemic pushes us to reflect in a new way: how would a world without packaging have been possible, in full epidemiological emergency?
The Italian company was awarded, for the second consecutive year, the first position in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index.
Design for Responsible Innovation is a transversal field of study and application.
This is what emerged at the third annual conference of the Italian platform for the circular economy.