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Two Sides is an initiative by companies from the Graphic Communication Value Chain including forestry, pulp, paper, inks and chemicals, pre press, press, finishing, publishing and printing. Membership spans Europe, the United States and Australia. Our common goal is to promote the responsible production and use of print and paper, and dispel common environmental misconceptions by providing users with verifiable information on why print and paper is an attractive, practical and sustainable communications medium.

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335 Leading Corporations Remove Misleading ‘Go Green’ Claims

Release date: 13.11.2018 | images: 1

At the annual meeting of Two Sides’ Country Managers in London on 5th November 2018, representatives from Europe, North America, South America, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand determined to continue efforts to stop organisations making misleading, anti-print and paper messages in their customer communications.

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Smurfit Kappa joins Two Sides sustainability group

Release date: 02.08.2018 | images: 1

Two Sides, a global organisation that promotes the attractiveness and sustainability of paper, welcomes Smurfit Kappa, one of the world’s leading packaging companies, as a new member.

With increasing consumer concern and media scrutiny on packaging and, in particular, single-use plastics, the world is looking for more sustainable solutions.

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Turning a new Page: Two Sides publishes unique new micro-magazine for the print industry

Release date: 15.06.2018 | images: 2

Two Sides announces the publication of The Page – a short format magazine packed with exclusive content for the print and paper industry

Created by Two Sides, in partnership with Duplo International and Antalis, The Page, with its easy-to-digest 16-page format, will complement the UK’s established print industry news publications. Full of facts, information, research and innovation from the world of print and paper, the new magazine will be published three times a year with an initial circulation of 8,000 copies.