I've published The ULS (Use Less Stuff) Report since 1994. It's been a leading voice in the effort to reduce waste and conserve resources. Its primary mission is to promote the value of source reduction, the most powerful and efficient way to reduce material and energy waste. Information is also disseminated on my ULS Twitter and Facebook feeds, and by radio and TV appearances and interviews.
I write for a host of magazines that are important to the sustainable packaging community. These include Packaging World, Packaging Digest, Plastics Today, Packaging Strategies, Brand Packaging, Live Science, and Environmental Leader. I also produce seminars and webinars for these publications as well as for associations like the Foodservice Packaging Institute and the Plastics Industry Association.
I reach over 250,000 LinkedIn packaging professionals who are involved in sustainable packaging, waste reduction, conservation, the Circular Economy, and Sustainable Materials Management. I can personally contact over 1000 sustainable packaging decision-makers at the Director level or above at Fortune 500 companies.
I've been writing about sustainability and packaging issues for over 25 years. I publish a newsletter, blog, magazine articles, and communicate with a large, global social media audience. My readers are packaging thought leaders, business executives, policy makers, non-profit executives, and activists. They are extremely interested in information that can help them make sound sustainable packaging decisions, and look to me for critical thinking, honesty, transparency, and insight.