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This World Environment Day, with the theme of Land Restoration, Desertification & Drought Resilience, Zeus Packaging joins the global call to action. We recognize that while we can’t rewind the clock on past environmental damage, we have the power to shape a more sustainable future through responsible practices.

As the saying goes, “We are the generation that can make peace with land.” Zeus Packaging wholeheartedly embraces this sentiment. Our commitment to environmental responsibility aligns perfectly with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 9, 12, and 13, which focus on industry, innovation, and infrastructure (SDG 9), responsible consumption and production (SDG 12), and climate action (SDG 13). These goals serve as a roadmap for our efforts to minimize our environmental footprint and contribute positively to land restoration.

Inspiring Initiatives Around the World

The theme of World Environment Day resonates deeply with us. We’re inspired by projects like Sri Lanka’s mangrove restoration initiative, which highlights the importance of nurturing ecosystems for long-term success.

Similarly, Africa’s Great Green Wall exemplifies the power of large-scale collaboration in restoring degraded land. You can find more inspiring stories on the official World Environment Day website here.

Aligning with the EU Deforestation Regulation

Zeus Packaging welcomes the new EU Deforestation Regulation (EUDR), which places greater responsibility on businesses to ensure our products are not contributing to deforestation. We believe this regulation is a crucial step towards protecting our precious forests.

A Vision for the Future

“At Zeus Packaging,” says our CEO, Keith Ockenden, “we are committed to continuous improvement in all aspects of our sustainability journey. We’re actively exploring ways to reduce our environmental impact, from sourcing materials responsibly to minimizing waste throughout our operations. By embracing innovation and collaboration, we believe Zeus Packaging can play a meaningful role in land restoration and a healthier planet for generations to come.”

Together, we can make a difference. Let’s celebrate World Environment Day by taking a stand for a future where land is valued, restored, and protected.