Thanks to renewable raw material, a low carbon footprint and efficient recycling options, print media remains one of the most sustainable choices for mass communication. Paper also represents durable and emotional value for many people.
A Words Matter literacy workshop was held at Jämsä College at the end of May. Participants studied how the meaning of a message changes depending on who sends and who receives it. After completing the workshop, the students also received information
UPM Plywood and UPM Timber in Finland are the first businesses to have reached the tight recycling target set by the Zero Solid Waste project. The company aims to send zero waste to landfill operations globally by 2030.
Biofore Tea House delighted visitors during the Design Shanghai event in the spring. The peaceful and harmonious space blended ancient Chinese tea traditions with modern design, showcasing the most imaginative uses of UPM’s design materials.
Renovation of one summer cottage in the archipelago had two major objectives; the new interior surfaces needed to blend seamlessly into the old, and the interior had to fit in with the gorgeous view beyond the large windows.