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Packaging For Tomorrow

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The global market for sustainable packaging is forecast to reach $142.42 billion by the year 2015, according to a new report by GIA.

Creative and innovative packaging solutions are an integral part of positioning a sustainable brand and Australian companies are embracing the opportunities that this presents.

The recently introduced Australian Packaging Covenant (APC) mobilizes and cements our collective commitment to welcome innovation in design and move into an exciting new future.

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  1. 1. Interactive sessions to drive real outcomes for delegates PACkAGING for tomorrow A one-day independent forum for businesses seeking innovation and brand optimisation through sustainable packaging 7 December 2010 melbourne Extract value from the Australian Packaging Covenant  Translate concepts of innovation in sustainable packaging  Employ sustainable packaging tools and systems for your  business PLUS Exclusive Update on the International Sustainable  Packaging Guidelines New Research and Case Studies: “Lessons learned” from  the Sustainable Packaging Guidelines Pilot Program Separately bookable INTERNATIoNAL GUEST SPEAkERS WorkShop  Alston, CEo, McDonough Braungart Design ken Details inside… Chemistry (MBDC), USA Anders Lindes, Chairman of ISo TC122/SC4 responsible  for developing the International Sustainable Packaging Standard, Sweden Event Partners www.3pillarsnetwork.com.au
  2. 2. 08:30am Helen Lewis, Principal, Helen Lewis Research & Consultant to the National Packaging Covenant on the FRAMEWORKS, TOOLS AND EMERGING GLOBAL STANDARDS Registration Opens Sustainable Packaging Guidelines pilot program Olivia Tyler, Global Manager Environment, 3:15pm 08:50am Foster’s Group Limited Followed by an interactive group Coffee Break Opening Remarks from the Chair exercise to give participants an MARRYING DESIGN WITH opportunity to harness knowledge and 3:45pm SUSTAINABLE PACKAGING start thinking about practical ways of Sustainable Packaging tools and systems applying the Sustainable Packaging for your business 09:00am Guidelines to their own brand. Leanne Fitzpatrick, Executive Director, INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE 12:15pm Sustainable Packaging Alliance (SPA) Cradle to Cradle® Design as a Positive Lunch Sustainability Agenda for Products and 4:15pm Packaging SUSTAINABLE PACKAGING: Sustainable Packaging Standards on AN INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE a Global Scale ■ Eco-effectiveness versus eco-efficiency The afternoon sessions are designed to ■ The Cradle to Cradle framework The global sustainable packaging market stimulate discussion about some key is projected to double to US$170 billion ■ Integration into the design of products issues around sustainable packaging. by 2014. Hear about the initiatives of the and packaging We pose two hypothetical questions International Standards Organisation to our panelists, inviting the audience Ken Alston, CEO, McDonough Braungart Design (ISO) to develop global sustainable to contribute their viewpoints: Chemistry (MBDC), USA packaging guidelines and standard. 1:15pm Anders Linde, Chairman, ISO TC122/SC4 and 09:45am Executive Director, AliaXion AB FISHBOWL DISCUSSION 1: Australian Packaging Designers thinking 5:00pm outside the Box Does green packaging do more harm than good? Close of Conference and ■ How do we go beyond compliance to networking drinks drive innovation for the industry? Our panelists will discuss whether attempts to reduce packagin actually ■ How can we translate concepts of innovation in packaging for the local create more waste, consume more energy and miss the biggest issue – WHAT IS A context? Scott Kilmartin, Founder, Haul climate change FISH BOWL Paul Charlwood, Founder and CEO, Charlwood Facilitator Andrew Sweatman, Associate Director, Net Balance DISCUSSIOn? Final Speaker, (tbc) Panelists Kelly O’Shanassy, CEO, Environment Leave your Victoria preconceptions 10:30am Christopher Zinn, Director, Campaigns at the door, this Coffee Break and Communications, Choice is no ordinary Magazine conference. PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF John Newton, Group Manager, We’ll be placing our speakers THE AUSTRALIAN PACKAGING Sustainability & Environment, AMCOR and experts at the heart of COVENANT (APC) Janet Leslie, Manager, Quality, Safety the audience, encouraging all Introduction to the new Australian & Environment, CANON Australia attendees to engage and actively Packaging Covenant by newly participate in the conversation. appointed CEO of the NPCIA 2:15pm This style of facilitation will: FISHBOWL DISCUSSION 2: • encourage lively, intense and 11:00am focused discussion Green Packaging is all very good but Practical Application of the Australian • keep the exchange fast paced does it help us to sell our products? Packaging Covenant (APC) and highly relevant Facilitator Ross Wyatt, Associate Director, • tease out fresh perspectives ■ How can your brand extract value from Net Balance the APC? • challenge the traditional Panelists Michael Tempany, speaker/audience dynamic ■ New Research: Lessons learned so far Managing Director, NECO from companies seeking innovation Room layout: Mark Lincoln, Managing Director, and compliance Lush Australia & New Zealand ■ Case Study: Carlton & United Olivia Tyler, Global Manager Breweries/Treasury Wine Estates Environment, Fosters Group Ltd (tbc) – a participant in the Sustainable Packaging Guidelines Pilot Program
  3. 3. Separately booKable DESIGNING FOR SUSTAINABILITy: WorKShop A masterclass in creating a robust APC Action Plan Wednesday December 8, 2010 • 09:00am – 12:00pm • Net Balance • Level 4/460 Bourke St, Melbourne, VIC, 3000 Following the Packaging for Tomorrow Forum, Net Balance will convene a comprehensive masterclass on Australian Packaging Covenant Action Plans. Action plans have a deadline of December 31, 2010 so this masterclass is ideally placed to help ensure your action plans meet the APC requirements and the Sustainable Packaging Guidelines. About the convenors: Andrew Sweatman, Associate Director, Net Balance The facilitator of the workshop is Andrew Sweatman who has 20 years’ experience in the Design for Sustainability field. Andrew will be joined by a team of packaging experts including Helen Lewis who assisted in developing the Design for Sustainability Guidelines and has recently developed a series of SPG case studies for the Australian Packaging Covenant. InternatIonal Keynote SpeaKerS Ken Alston, CEO, McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry (MBDC), USA Ken Alston is CEO of MBDC (McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry) – a product and process design firm dedicated to trans- forming the design of products, processes, and services worldwide. The firm was founded in 1995 by William McDonough and Michael Braungart to promote and power “the Next Industrial Revolution” through intelligent design. MBDC employs Cradle to Cradle(SM) Design using strategies they call “eco-effective” (rather than the widely promoted “eco-efficiency”) to create products and systems that contribute to economic, social, and environmental prosperity. Prior to joining MBDC, Ken directed the worldwide sustainability program at SC Johnson. He has also worked with many small, medium and large multi-national corporations intro- ducing sustainability, Cradle to Cradle design principles and practice to the organisations. Anders Linde, Chairman, ISO TC122/SC4 and Executive Director, AliaXion AB Anders Linde is Executive Director of AliaXion AB, an international management consultant company and Managing Director of BCME, Beverage Can Makers Europe. He is also chairman of ISO TC122/SC4 responsible for developing the International Sustainable Packaging Standards and Guidelines. His past experience is with Rexam Plc as Director External Environmental Affairs. Anders has a wide experience of environmental related issues related to packaging and packaging recovery and was responsible in Rexam for the environmental policy making and implementing of the sustainability concept within the Group. Before joining Rexam, Anders worked within marketing and product innovation at Nestlé and Åkerlund & Rausing, the founding company of Tetra Pak. SpeaKerS Paul Charlwood Helen Lewis Olivia Tyler Kelly O’Shannassy Christopher Zinn Leanne Founder & CEO, Consultant to Global Manager, CEO, Environment Director, Fitzpatrick Charlwood the National Environment, Victoria Campaigns and Sustainable Packaging Foster’s Group Communications Packaging Covenant Limited Choice Magazine Alliance (SPA) Mark Lincoln Michael Tempany Scott Kilmartin Ross Wyatt Andrew Sweatman John Newton Managing Director, Managing Director, Founder, Associate Director, Associate Director, Group Manager, Lush NECO Haul Net Balance Net Balance Sustainability & Environment AMCOR
  4. 4. enqUiRies R egistration Form anne Cameron Phone 02 9810 2164 yes, please RegisteR me Email anne@3pillarsnetwork.com.au group discounts are available for 3 or more attendees. Contact Anne on 02 9810 2164 for this special rate. to RegisteR Online www.3pillarsnetwork.com.au 3 pillaRs netwoRk membeR Rates Fax 02 9810 6746 eaRly biRd – book & Pay by friday 29 october 2010 Email registrations@3pillarsnetwork. Conference Conference + workshop workshop only com.au Mail 212A Darling Street Single registration $495 $695 $295 Balmain NSW 2041 2 people from same organisation $895 $1290 3 people from same organisation $1285 $1885 dates and VenUes packaging for tomorrow standaRd Rate – book & Pay after 29 october 2010 Date Tuesday, 7 December 2010 Single registration $595 $795 $395 Time 8:30am – 5:00pm 2 people from same organisation $1090 $1490 Followed by networking drinks 3 people from same organisation $1585 $2185 Venue Cliftons 440 Collins Street non-membeR Rates Melbourne VIC 3000 eaRly biRd – book & Pay by friday 29 october 2010 Phone 03 9993 9999 Conference Conference + workshop workshop only Website www.cliftons.com/Melbourne W’Shop Designing for Sustainability: Single registration $595 $795 $395 A masterclass in creating 2 people from same organisation $1090 $1490 a robust APC Action Plan 3 people from same organisation $1585 $2185 Date Wednesday, 8 December 2010 Time 9:00am – 12:00pm standaRd Rate – book & Pay after 29 october 2010 Followed by a light lunch Single registration $695 $895 $495 Venue Net Balance Offices 2 people from same organisation $1290 $1590 Level 4, 460 Bourke Street 3 people from same organisation $1885 $2485 Melbourne VIC 3000 25% disCoUnt applies FoR not-FoR-pRoFits, small Companies and stUdents. Phone 03 8641 6400 please complete Mr/Ms/Miss Given Names Presented by Surname Company/Organisation Position Address City Postcode the 3 pillars network is the leading Phone Fax knowledge network for sustainable business in australia. membership is Email free for any individual who has attended a 3 pillars event. method of payment For more information visit Cheque – please make cheque payable to Dealers’ Group Pty Ltd www.3pillarsnetwork.com.au Book and pay securely online by credit card using PayPal at 3pillarsnetwork.com.au 3 Pillars Network reserves the right to change the programme without notice. Visa MasterCard AMEX (3% surcharge applies) Cancellation Policy Should you be Name of cardholder unable to attend, a substitute delegate Card Number is always welcome at no extra cost. Alternatively, a full refund, minus Expiry date Signature 50% (incl GST) service charge will be / made for cancellations received in Total $ writing up to two weeks prior to the event. Regrettably, no refund will be Delegates will receive an email confirmation letter and tax receipt once registered. given for cancellations received later I am interested in future 3 Pillars Network events than two weeks prior to the event. I do NOT wish to have my details made available to other organisations Privacy Policy The above information Cancellation policy Should you be unable to attend a substitute delegate is always welcome at no extra cost. will be recorded in our delegate Alternatively a full refund, minus 50% (incl. GST) service charge will be made for cancellations received in writing up database. 3 Pillars Network may to one month prior to the event. Regrettably, no refund will be given for cancellations received later than one month also share this information with prior to the event. our event sponsors. Please tick the privacy The information you have given will be recorded in our delegate database unless requested otherwise. appropriate box if you do not wish to 3 Pillars Network may also share this information with our event sponsors. Please tick the appropriate box if you DO receive further correspondence. NOT wish to receive further correspondence. 3 Pillars Network reserves the right to change the programme without notice.

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