As a signatory member of the United Nations Global Compact, Lactips joins the world’s largest voluntary corporate citizenship and sustainability initiative, which was established in 2000 and now has over 14,000 participants and stakeholders from more than 161 countries.
Why Lactips is involved in ?
This approach reflects the vision developed since the Lactips’ inception and reinforces the idea that responsible operation of the economy is part of the DNA of Lactips, which strives to develop new ecological packaging solutions and to support the transformation of industries with manufacturing processes adapted to their production lines.
Marie-Hélène Gramatikoff, CEO and co-founder of Lactips said : “This supports our vision, built around a vision of an economy that is more respectful of the environment and human health. Our goal is to develop the planet’s greenest plastic. More than ever, our industries need new solutions to reduce the environmental impact of plastics. Since our company’s inception, we believe that operating responsibly is part of our identity. We want to go further, demonstrating that our disruptive material can be part of the solution, acting responsibly, with our people, and with a sustainable product portfolio management.”
What is the UN Global Compact ?
The United Nations Global Compact is leading global-local impact initiatives to embed SDG-aligned practices deep into business operations and across the value chain to accelerate progress and impact for the 2030 Agenda.
Available to participating companies of the UN Global Compact, Global Impact Initiatives are run in close collaboration with Global Compact Local Networks and are designed with a view to generating behavior change across a large number of companies at the local level – achieving maximum impact and scale.
Learn more about the UN Global Compact