Welcome to our third Sustainability Newsletter.
There are many global initiatives, not least the UN 17 Sustainable Development Goals, aiming to combat climate change and enable a more sustainable future. These initiatives are being backed up by already-in-force and forthcoming legislative changes.
This newsletter brings together some key sustainability-related legislative topics which are affecting, and in the case of the electrical and electronics (E&E) industry will transform, many European business practices.
Follow the links below to find out more.
The sustainability revolution through sustainable business practices
Circularity | A paradigm shift in sustainable practices
Transitioning from a linear to a circular model in business requires a rethink of traditional models and processes. Find out what circularity is about, its benefits, and where to start.
Navigating the European Green Deal
The European Green Deal and circularity are closely linked through the goal of achieving a sustainable, resource-efficient, and competitive economy.
The Green Deal is a far-reaching European initiative under which hang some key sustainability Directives and Regulations.
European Digital Product Passport | Redefining sustainability in business
The European Digital Product Passport (DPP), part of the Green Deal scheme, aims to provide consumers with access to information about the environmental and social impact of products related to their entire life cycle. The legislation will redefine business practices.
Electrical & Electronics (E&E) industry game-changer | The EU Digital Product Passport
As part of the EU’s Circular Economy Action Plan, the DPP is poised to catalyse substantial changes in the electrical and electronics industry, fostering sustainability and transparency.
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