Change the Pallet has been touting the environmental and safety benefits of lightweight, recyclable cardboard shipping pallets for three years, and we're very pleased to say the issue has been getting some recent attention in the press!
Change the Pallet was honored to be featured in an article published by The George Washington University Sustainability Collaborative - a collection of institutes and centers, faculty and students, and dozens of local and national community partners working to find innovative solutions to pressing challenges of our times.
Change is hard. Really hard. When your goal is to modernize a national product transportation system that includes deeply entrenched business interests and operational systems in retail, grocery, the military industrial complex, trucking – and a national wood pallet lobby intent on protecting its $10 billion annual bounty – the phrase "change is hard" takes on different meaning.
Change the Pallet is honored to be a guest author for ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability. Before we get into why this is so significant, a little background: ICLEI is a membership association of local governments worldwide that are committed to climate, sustainability, and energy actions. Their work is extremely important in connecting leaders to share solutions and accelerate game-changing sustainability and carbon-reduction programs. When ICLEI talks, local governments listen.