The challenges related to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for packaging have become crucial in a context of increasing environmental awareness.
Addressing these challenges is essential for the sustainable management of packaging, enabling the reconciliation of economic efficiency, environmental protection, and social responsibility.
Waste Reduction: The major challenge is to design eco-friendly packaging to minimize their impact on the environment and promote recycling, reusability, or composting.
Eco-design: It involves rethinking the design of packaging by using recycled, bio-sourced, or lighter materials to reduce resource consumption and CO2 emissions throughout their lifecycle.
Circular Economy: Promoting a model where packaging is designed to be reused, recycled, or repurposed, rather than being treated as waste to be disposed of.
Climate Impact: Reduce the carbon footprint of packaging by favoring more sustainable production methods and minimizing greenhouse gas emissions.
Responsible Consumption: Raise awareness among consumers about the importance of choosing products with environmentally friendly packaging and favoring more sustainable packaging solutions.
Elimination of Single-Use Plastics: Promote the adoption of alternative packaging to single-use plastics to reduce plastic pollution in oceans and ecosystems.
Technological Innovation: Invest in research and development of new technologies to create more durable, biodegradable, and compostable packaging.