Using environmentally friendly papers, inks and packaging solutions to leave the planet in a better condition than how we found it. Committing to a circular economy approach to design via the 'make, use, remake, reuse and recycle' method. Supporting environmental initiatives.

Paper, by its very nature, is one of the world’s most sustainable and renewable materials. Continually recycled and natural, it can repeatedly be brought back to life and repurposed.

GF Smith

We, at Fedrigoni, live and breathe sustainability with the ‘Making Progress’ approach, a process of ongoing transformation and improvement that involves the whole ecosystem, i.e. brands, printers, converters, graphic designers and suppliers, favouring the creation of a responsible and sustainable supply chain.


Foilco were the very first foil company to set up a foil recovery scheme and to be certified as ZeroFoil2Landfill compliant. A scheme backed by the British Printing Industry Federation (BPIF).


Our commitment to becoming carbon-neutral by 2030 drives everything we do. Every Apple product will be made with clean energy, and even more recycled and renewable materials. Because the earth won’t wait, and neither will we.


By continuing to partner with organizations who are focused on preserving our planet and are committed to being catalysts for positive change, such as The Ocean Agency, Charity Water, Lacoste, and Lavazza, Pantone shows its dedication to being ecological and socially responsible.


When enough people come together, then change will come and we can achieve almost anything. So instead of looking for hope — start creating it.

Greta Thunberg