Tetra Pak Europe’ sustainability director Erik Lindroth tells Inside Packaging about the company’s new plant-based carton packaging and where the responsibility lies in the drive towards a circular economy.
Estonia is a small country with big ambitions when it comes to fostering innovative companies. Verdict Magazine deputy editor Rob Scammell visited the Baltic nation to find out why the conditions are right for startups to flourish.
Dynamics are shifting in the coal energy sector. From declining jobs under the Trump administration to investments in clean coal technologies, MINE rounds up everything you need to know about coal in 2020.
French regulator ANSM recently tightened rules on the sale of pain relief drugs such as ibuprofen and aspirin, moving them behind the counter. Pharma Technology Focus explores whether these common medications are more dangerous than we think.
The coronavirus has caused a host of staffing issues, while accelerating the adoption of emerging technologies. Verdict Magazine looks at some of the working robots that are helping to pick up the slack, from Ocado’s grocery robots to US ‘robocops’.
What was once a space underutilised by hotel operators and their guests, fitness facilities are now a vital amenity for the majority of travellers. The New Hotelier checks out innovations in hotel fitness systems.
Virtual cruises: how cruise operators are navigating the pandemic
The coronavirus has left cruise liners stranded at port, but operators are working hard to keep in touch with their customers. From virtual cruises to new booking policies, Future Cruise finds out how cruise operators are keeping their customer base engaged.
Rented future: the dangerous rise of life as a service
In March Verdict editor Lucy Ingham gave a talk at the Free Software Foundation’s LibrePlanet 2020 conference exploring the dangers of subscription services spreading into all areas of life. You can watch the video in the latest issue of Verdict Magazine.