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Renewable future

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Stora Enso's new podcast looks at the opportunities we can create from renewable materials. Global megatrends are driving consumer and customer demand, and our future. How do renewable materials fit in this changing world? With a panel of expert guests we invite you into a lively conversation on a series of subjects close to our heart. How can we approach packaging in a sustainable way, as the consumer craving for food on-the-go rises? What are the implications? As people continue to move into the cities, how can we help meet the world's demand for sustainable housing? What biomaterials come from a tree, and what can you do with them? Can you really make clothes from a tree? Stora Enso's host Colm O'Callaghan meets and discusses these and other interesting topics with a variety of guests.

Latest Episodes

The changing landscape of business and human rights

Business and human rights - a combination that has not always had a very positive cling to it. But the landscape is changing rapidly, with CEO's taking a stand for respecting human rights and encouraging their colleagues to do the same. At the same time, stakeholders such as investors are requiring evidence of the work done. But human rights work takes time and the indicators can be challenging to quantify. How can companies and stakeholders have a meaningful and long-term dialogue on these topics? Guesting the pod are Kitrhona Cerri, Director, Social Impact, WBCSD, Elena Espinoza, Manager, Social Issues, PRI, and Ylva Stiller, Director, Human Rights, Stora Enso.

15 MINJAN 14
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The changing landscape of business and human rights

How are digital solutions making the construction industry more sustainable?

11% of the world’s energy-related CO2 emissions come from construction, an industry also struggling with material efficiency. Digitalisation and other technological innovations, along with wooden building materials, could help transform the industry into a circular and sustainable one. Guesting the pod are Ursula Hartenberger, Global Head of Sustainability, RICS, Ken Dooley, Technology Director, Granlund, and Matthew Linegar, Director R&D and Product Management, Building Solutions, Stora Enso.

19 MIN2019 SEP 24
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How are digital solutions making the construction industry more sustainable?

The future of biodiversity in Nordic forests

Biodiversity loss at global level is considered potentially catastrophic. What does biodiversity mean and why is it important? How serious a problem is biodiversity loss and what is being done in the forest sector? Listen to our latest podcast and learn about some of the actions being taken in the Nordic forests. Guesting the pod are Joakim Hjältén, professor in Animal Ecology at Swedish University in Agricultural Sciences and Robert Berg, Sustainability manager in Stora Enso Wood Supply Sweden

15 MIN2019 AUG 19
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The future of biodiversity in Nordic forests

How do consumers perceive environmentally friendly packaging?

We are increasingly thinking about the environmental impact of products before we decide to buy them. But how do we perceive packaging? Turns out that what we as consumers think are environmentally friendly packages and what the experts think are not necessarily the same thing. A recent study carried out by Stora Enso aimed to find out how consumers perceive liquid packaging and to understand what they perceive to be environmentally friendly or not. We discuss the results with Marcus Dehlin, Business Development Director, Stora Enso, and Katja Ollila, Brand Director, Stora Enso.

14 MIN2019 APR 25
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How do consumers perceive environmentally friendly packaging?

Do disposable goods have a future?

What is the future for single-use disposable items in a society striving to reduce plastic usage and excess waste? In the latest episode of our podcast Renewable future, we take a look at three items in particular; the disposable bag, cup and straw. We examine the pros and cons of each and look at what kind of future they have. Experts on the program include Maija Bigestans, brand strategist at the Stockholm brand agency BVD, and Hanna Ljungkvist Nordin, Senior Project Manager with Waste at the Swedish Environmental Research Institute.

16 MIN2019 FEB 4
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Do disposable goods have a future?

The growing demand for wooden constructions

Construction in wood has started to take off, particularly in the multi-storey building segment. While the possibilities to construct large buildings in wood have been around for some time, the industry hasn’t been asking for it. But today, investors and developers are showing interest in wood. What’s happened?

14 MIN2018 NOV 27
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The growing demand for wooden constructions

How to consume in an environmentally-friendly way

Consumers want to make the right environmental choices when they go shopping but how exactly do you go about it. What tips can we all bear in mind the next time we need to make a purchase and how should we be thinking about the packages our purchases arrive in? Guests on this episode: Åsa Stenmarck, Manager of the waste group, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute Tiina Pursula, Director of Sustainability, Consumer Board division, Stora Enso

15 MIN2018 SEP 6
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How to consume in an environmentally-friendly way

Interview with Anna Cummins

Anna Cummins, co-founder of the 5 Gyres institute, has devoted her life to fight the plastics that are contaminating our waters. Did you know that today there are 5.25 trillion pieces of plastics on the surface of the oceans? Water bottles, plastic bags and other waste that end up in the water fragmentize and are subsequently eaten by fish – and then go further up the food value chain. Anna tells about the plastic pollution we see in all our oceans and what can be done about it. Guest on this episode: Anna Cummins, co-founder and Global Strategy Director of 5 Gyres institute.

16 MIN2018 AUG 13
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Interview with Anna Cummins

The role of paper in a digital age

No one has ever seen the paperless office. While the world embraces digital technology, there is still a good future for paper. In fact, paper and digital often coexist, complementing each other. For instance, printed advertising drives e-commerce, direct mail is found to be a way to cut through the digital noise and studies show it’s easier to take in information read from paper than a screen. For news, paper is declining but for other sectors it’s actually doing quite well. In Asia, print is even a growing market. Guests on the episode: Martyn Eustace, Director of the organisation Two Sides Liisa Nyyssönen, SVP Communications, Stora Enso Paper division

14 MIN2018 JUN 27
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The role of paper in a digital age

Food waste, food loss and the role of packaging

2 billion people in the world are obese. 800 million people go to bed hungry. 30% of all food produced is lost or wasted before being consumed. And, the population is growing. Something needs to be done. What can companies do and what is the role of packaging in making sure that food safely reaches the consumer and stays fresh as long as possible? Guests on this episode: to Helén Williams, lecturer in environment and energy systems at Karlstad University, Sweden and Alexi Ernstoff, Project Manager for the programme ‘FReSH’ – Food Reform for Sustainability and Health, run jointly by World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and the EAT foundation.

14 MIN2018 JUN 20
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Food waste, food loss and the role of packaging

Latest Episodes

The changing landscape of business and human rights

Business and human rights - a combination that has not always had a very positive cling to it. But the landscape is changing rapidly, with CEO's taking a stand for respecting human rights and encouraging their colleagues to do the same. At the same time, stakeholders such as investors are requiring evidence of the work done. But human rights work takes time and the indicators can be challenging to quantify. How can companies and stakeholders have a meaningful and long-term dialogue on these topics? Guesting the pod are Kitrhona Cerri, Director, Social Impact, WBCSD, Elena Espinoza, Manager, Social Issues, PRI, and Ylva Stiller, Director, Human Rights, Stora Enso.

15 MINJAN 14
Comments
The changing landscape of business and human rights

How are digital solutions making the construction industry more sustainable?

11% of the world’s energy-related CO2 emissions come from construction, an industry also struggling with material efficiency. Digitalisation and other technological innovations, along with wooden building materials, could help transform the industry into a circular and sustainable one. Guesting the pod are Ursula Hartenberger, Global Head of Sustainability, RICS, Ken Dooley, Technology Director, Granlund, and Matthew Linegar, Director R&D and Product Management, Building Solutions, Stora Enso.

19 MIN2019 SEP 24
Comments
How are digital solutions making the construction industry more sustainable?

The future of biodiversity in Nordic forests

Biodiversity loss at global level is considered potentially catastrophic. What does biodiversity mean and why is it important? How serious a problem is biodiversity loss and what is being done in the forest sector? Listen to our latest podcast and learn about some of the actions being taken in the Nordic forests. Guesting the pod are Joakim Hjältén, professor in Animal Ecology at Swedish University in Agricultural Sciences and Robert Berg, Sustainability manager in Stora Enso Wood Supply Sweden

15 MIN2019 AUG 19
Comments
The future of biodiversity in Nordic forests

How do consumers perceive environmentally friendly packaging?

We are increasingly thinking about the environmental impact of products before we decide to buy them. But how do we perceive packaging? Turns out that what we as consumers think are environmentally friendly packages and what the experts think are not necessarily the same thing. A recent study carried out by Stora Enso aimed to find out how consumers perceive liquid packaging and to understand what they perceive to be environmentally friendly or not. We discuss the results with Marcus Dehlin, Business Development Director, Stora Enso, and Katja Ollila, Brand Director, Stora Enso.

14 MIN2019 APR 25
Comments
How do consumers perceive environmentally friendly packaging?

Do disposable goods have a future?

What is the future for single-use disposable items in a society striving to reduce plastic usage and excess waste? In the latest episode of our podcast Renewable future, we take a look at three items in particular; the disposable bag, cup and straw. We examine the pros and cons of each and look at what kind of future they have. Experts on the program include Maija Bigestans, brand strategist at the Stockholm brand agency BVD, and Hanna Ljungkvist Nordin, Senior Project Manager with Waste at the Swedish Environmental Research Institute.

16 MIN2019 FEB 4
Comments
Do disposable goods have a future?

The growing demand for wooden constructions

Construction in wood has started to take off, particularly in the multi-storey building segment. While the possibilities to construct large buildings in wood have been around for some time, the industry hasn’t been asking for it. But today, investors and developers are showing interest in wood. What’s happened?

14 MIN2018 NOV 27
Comments
The growing demand for wooden constructions

How to consume in an environmentally-friendly way

Consumers want to make the right environmental choices when they go shopping but how exactly do you go about it. What tips can we all bear in mind the next time we need to make a purchase and how should we be thinking about the packages our purchases arrive in? Guests on this episode: Åsa Stenmarck, Manager of the waste group, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute Tiina Pursula, Director of Sustainability, Consumer Board division, Stora Enso

15 MIN2018 SEP 6
Comments
How to consume in an environmentally-friendly way

Interview with Anna Cummins

Anna Cummins, co-founder of the 5 Gyres institute, has devoted her life to fight the plastics that are contaminating our waters. Did you know that today there are 5.25 trillion pieces of plastics on the surface of the oceans? Water bottles, plastic bags and other waste that end up in the water fragmentize and are subsequently eaten by fish – and then go further up the food value chain. Anna tells about the plastic pollution we see in all our oceans and what can be done about it. Guest on this episode: Anna Cummins, co-founder and Global Strategy Director of 5 Gyres institute.

16 MIN2018 AUG 13
Comments
Interview with Anna Cummins

The role of paper in a digital age

No one has ever seen the paperless office. While the world embraces digital technology, there is still a good future for paper. In fact, paper and digital often coexist, complementing each other. For instance, printed advertising drives e-commerce, direct mail is found to be a way to cut through the digital noise and studies show it’s easier to take in information read from paper than a screen. For news, paper is declining but for other sectors it’s actually doing quite well. In Asia, print is even a growing market. Guests on the episode: Martyn Eustace, Director of the organisation Two Sides Liisa Nyyssönen, SVP Communications, Stora Enso Paper division

14 MIN2018 JUN 27
Comments
The role of paper in a digital age

Food waste, food loss and the role of packaging

2 billion people in the world are obese. 800 million people go to bed hungry. 30% of all food produced is lost or wasted before being consumed. And, the population is growing. Something needs to be done. What can companies do and what is the role of packaging in making sure that food safely reaches the consumer and stays fresh as long as possible? Guests on this episode: to Helén Williams, lecturer in environment and energy systems at Karlstad University, Sweden and Alexi Ernstoff, Project Manager for the programme ‘FReSH’ – Food Reform for Sustainability and Health, run jointly by World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and the EAT foundation.

14 MIN2018 JUN 20
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Food waste, food loss and the role of packaging
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