Wendy Jedlička
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— Psychology of Sustainability
— Teaching Sustainability
— Ethics, Decision-Making, and Sustainability

— Working with the New FTC Green Guides

— Design For Recovery, Please!
— Disruptive is Good
— No Remorse
— Get “Glocal”
— Paperless Posters

— Hiring Eco-Pros
— Define the Solution (and the Problem Takes Care of Itself)
— Checklist for Change
— Sustainable Power: Knowledge
— Certifiable: Up-close and personal
— Certifiable: The Big Picture

Package Design Magazine: Sustainability Update
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Dec 2011 / Sustainable Packaging Issue
This issue of Package Design Magazine caps the themes for the year.
— Eco education: The gift that keeps on giving

Nov 2011
Oct 2011
Sep 2011

Jul/Aug 2011
Jun 2011
May 2011
Apr 2011
Mar 2011
Jan/
Feb 2011

— Questioning Supply Chains
— Wine Packaging Comes Full Circle
— Why Bother
— Design for Recovery
— Retail Ready Sustainability
— Defining Sustainability: EPA and FTC
— Disruptive is Good
— Give 'em What They Need
— Predicting Trends

Dec 2010 / Sustainable Packaging Issue and Webinar
This issue of Package Design Magazine caps the themes for the year.
— Clearing-up Transparency
— Hiring Eco-Pros
— The Living Principles

Nov 2010
Sep 2010
Jul/Aug 2010
Jun 2010
May 2010
Apr 2010
Mar 2010
Feb 2010

— Bushels of Good News
— Rethinking Water
— Perceptions, Realities, and Materials Choices
— Head-slappers
— Lessons of the Garlic Press
— Food Miles
— It’s Not Just Nice to Share
— The Public Greening of Private Labels

Dec 2009 / Sustainable Packaging Issue and Webinar
This issue of Package Design Magazine caps the themes for the year and takes a close look at the state of packaging and business in a struggling economy, and finds avenues of opportunity for those willing to make a change.

— It’s All About Energy
— By the Numbers: o2’s 5Rs
— Hit the Ground Running

Nov 2009
Sep 2009
Aug 2009
Jul 2009
Jun 2009
May 2009

Apr 2009
Mar 2009

— Brands and Loyalty
— Bottling Goodness
— Stamping Out Sustainability
— What's Your Pet Peeve?
— Telling a Luxury Story Requires Transparent Truth
— CASE STUDY: TV Stand,
— Tom Ballhatchet & W. Jedlicka
— Damned if You Do, Damned if You Don't — I Choose to Do
— Handy Tools for Paradigm Shifting

Dec 2008 / Sustainable Packaging Issue and Webinar
This issue of Package Design Magazine takes a close look at the state of packaging and business in both a changing market and economy — and explores how designers, vendors, and clients can not only endure in a down economy, but take advantage of new opportunities to best position themselves for the long-haul.

— The Perennial Question: 'Where Do I Start?'
— The Designers Accord: 100,000 Strong for Sustainability
— Parting the Fog of Sustainability Claims, Icons, and Symbols
— Finding Great Printers: No Longer Easier Said Than Done
— Supply Chains,Wal-Mart, and the New World Order

Nov 2008
Sep 2008

Jul/Aug 2008
Mar 2008

— No Remorse and No Apologies
— CASE STUDY: TOSCA, Reusable Containers,
— Tom Sandberg & W. Jedlicka
— Delving Deeper
— Marketing Guidelines? What Guidelines?

Dec 2007 / Sustainable Packaging Issue and Webinar
This issue of Package Design Magazine takes a close look at what "sustainable packaging" means to designers, printers, manufacturers, and consumers. The entire issue, explores how designers can use it to their benefit, and highlight innovative case studies, forward-thinking designers, and real world examples of companies taking a leading role.

— "One Small Step..."
— So, Then, Really... What IS Sustainability?

Sep 2007

Jul/Aug 2007
Apr 2007
Mar 2007

— "Getting It" Right,
— Philip White & W. Jedlicka
— Paper or Plastic? NEITHER!
— One Path to Creating Sustainable Markets
— Biodegradability: Packaging That 'Goes Away'?!
— Eric Brody & W. Jedlicka

Nov/Dec 2006 / Sustainability by Design
This supplement to Package Design Magazine takes a close look at what "sustainable packaging" means to designers, printers, manufacturers, and consumers. The 17+ pages of editorial cover the importance of this movement, explore how designers can use it to their benefit, and highlight innovative case studies, forward-thinking designers, and real world examples of companies taking a leading role.

— Green is Dead: A Designer's Perspective
— (first appeared in indes.net e-publishing. May 2005)
— Design:Green—Green Means GO! Jacquelyn Ottman & W. Jedlicka
— The Sustainability Business Case
— Powerful Ideas from the JPP Corporation,
Tim Cattrysse & W. Jedlicka
— Sustainable Packaging Coalition Studies
— Sustainable Resource Guide,
Compiled by Dan Imhoff & W. Jedlicka

Jul/Aug 2006
Jun 2006
May 2006

Apr 2006

— Sustainable Power Now Comes from Knowledge
— The Times They Are a-Changin'
— Sustainable Packaging Learns a Great Deal From Child's Play,
— Fran Kurk & W. Jedlicka
— Define the Solution...and the Problem Takes Care of Itself


Guest Feature and indes.net Articles...

Consumers - The best force for change.
First appeared in the Twin Cities Green Guide, 2000

Eco-packaging for Fun and Profit
Positive Consumer Perception - Leveraging Green Opportunities for renewable, non-wood packaging as part of a sustainable consumer market.

Greenwashing: A Dirty Job
Brandchannel.com, February 4, 2008

It ain't easy bein' green
Sustainable design and market greening - empowering the designer as agent for positive change.

Starting a Packaging Project - Tips for Non-Packaging Designers

Sustainable Packaging and Design - Designasours seek the "Happy List"
First appeared December 2006 on o2.org newsgroup.
Second appearance WorldChanging.org
http://www.worldchanging.com/archives//005634.html






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