The hottest bioplastics show how to reduce carbon

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Bioplastics appeared at the United Nations climate conference to show how to reduce carbon emissions

at the 16th conference of the parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on climate change held in Cancun, Mexico, in December, NatureWorks and the climate action cooperation organization jointly held a series of activities with the theme of "developing innovative and sustainable development products for daily needs", showing the public how to use bioplastics to reduce carbon footprint, Reduce carbon emissions

marc Verbruggen, President and CEO of NatureWorks, said: "Nature must lay the foundation. The common goal of eworks and the climate action organization is that as a testing instrument, its price can not only guide people to recognize innovative products with low climate impact, and make the right market choice. It is a great opportunity to show these daily life products on such an occasion. It can make more people realize that how consumers and enterprises should do the former to improve the earth's environment is a great opportunity Glass reinforced resins contribute. " Ingeo polymer material produced by NatureWorks is the leading material for the new generation of bio based fiber and plastic products. It comes from plant starch and can replace the traditional petroleum based plastic to make consumer goods. This is the second time that the company has organized such a demonstration at the conference of the parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on climate change

"our mission is to spread information and guide consumers to find solutions for carbon neutrality and sustainable development." David macconnell, CEO of climate action, said, "bioplastics, fibers and their products provide the market with tools to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, which we support."

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