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  • 1. Nigel Bagley Peter Alvarez The Global Packaging Project: A Global Language for Packaging and Sustainability 2010 Conference Malaysia A framework and a measurement system for our industry
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  • 3. Over-Packaging or Good Packaging?
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  • 5. Project Sponsors Paul Polman CEO, Unilever Sir Terry Leahy CEO, Tesco
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  • 7. Deliverables
  • 8. Framework: The Holistic View The Role of Packaging
    • Protect
    • Promote
    • Inform
    • Convenient
    • Unitisation
    • Handling
  • 9. Framework: The Holistic View The Principles of Sustainability The Role of Packaging
    • Environmental
    • Economic
    • Social
    • Life Cycle Approach
  • 10. Framework: The Holistic View How Packaging Can Contribute to Improving Sustainability The Principles of Sustainability The Role of Packaging
  • 11. Optimum Packaging The Innventia AB model
  • 12. Deliverables
  • 13.  
  • 14. Example: For each indicator… Life Cycle Green House Gas Emissions Core (supporting and correlating indicators linked) The mass of GHGs released to the atmosphere during the sourcing or raw, recycled and reused materials and the production, filling, transport and/or disposal of packaging materials, packaging components or units of packaging. Mass released per functional unit of final packaging material, packaging components, packaging or time (expressed in CO2 equivalency).
    • Kilograms / kilograms of final packaging material
    • Kilograms / 1000 units of packaging
    • Metric tons / year (based on production rate)
    Measure all direct and indirect GHG emissions released during the growth, harvest or extraction and processing of raw materials, collection and processing of recycled or reused materials, production of final packaging materials, conversion of final packaging materials into packaging components, assembly of packaging components into units of packaging, filling of packaging units, transport of raw, recycled and/or reused materials, final packaging materials, packaging components and/or units of packaging and the end-of-life processing of packaging. Include direct and indirect GHG emissions from energy sources used to heat, cool and illuminate any facility space in which any of the operations specified above are performed. For additional guidance, refer to ISO standards 14040 and 14044, the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories and PAS 2050. Do not include direct or indirect GHG emissions released during the transport of packaging that contains product. Do not include GHG emissions released as a result of heating, cooling and illuminating facility space that is not used for packaging-related functions or activities, e.g., administrative offices, unless the facility is used exclusively to produce final packaging materials, packaging components or units of packaging. Definition Metrics Examples What to Measure What not to measure Indicator Type
  • 15. Published June 2010
  • 16. Consumer Goods Forum Strategic Pillars Emerging Trends 2020 Future Value Chain Sustaina-bility Global Packaging
    • Climate Change Work:
    • Carbon
    • Measure-ment
    • Defore
    • station
    • Refrige-
    • ration
    • Consumer Engage-
    • ment
    GSCP Safety & Health H&W Principles Commit- ments Information & Education Ageing Population Operational Excellence New Ways of Working Together Share our Supply Chain Prepare our People Connect Business Infor- mation Focus on Con- sumer Knowledge Sharing & People Development Global Summit Future Leaders GFSI
  • 17. The CGF/GPP and GS1
    • Retailers and manufacturers want to leverage GS1 standards to support the Sustainability initiative.
    • We need to work together to ensure the standards properly support the Global Packaging Project (GPP) business requirements.
  • 18. How do we move from pilots to practice?
  • 19. The Framework is in Place
  • 20. The Framework is in Place So, what else is needed
  • 21. Business requirements
    • The Consumer Goods Forum Global Packaging Project will identify the business requirements and direction.
    • GS1 will use the requirements to ensure the standards meet the user business requirements.
    • The GS1 Global Standards Management Process (GSMP) provides a mechanism to ensure GS1 standards properly reflect the ongoing needs of the community.
  • 22. GS1 Progress to date
    • Completed scorecard analysis, GS1 Canada and US
    • GS1 Briefing Paper for Member Organizations
    • GDSN initial assessment of capabilities
    • Change Request entered into the GSMP (CR 10-169)
  • 23. Conclusions
    • GPP is a building block for the wider Sustainability Work in the Consumer Goods Forum
    • It’s success depends entirely on the willingness of our industry to work together and use the framework and measurement system as the basis for dialogue
  • 24. Nigel Bagley Peter Alvarez The Global Packaging Project: A Global Language for Packaging and Sustainability