BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health journal moves to carbon neutral wrapping

Posted 8 October 2020

Date: 08 Oct 2020

Type: FSRH News and Information

The change takes place from the next issue

You might not notice any difference when you receive your next issue of BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health, but we are pleased to announce that the journal has now switched to carbon neutral wrapping for print issues. Bio-based and made from sugar cane waste, "Polyair" is the only 100% recyclable, carbon neutral material currently available (PAS2050 carbon neutral certified).

It may look just like regular polythene, but the sugar cane actively captures CO2 from the atmosphere, while at the same time releasing oxygen – making this material not just green, but proactively green. It can be recycled in the same way as regular polythene. Find out more about Polyair