Bioplastic: How green is bioplastic?


Packaging, coffee capsules and even records made from renewable raw materials: good ideas that need a second look.

Marc Winkelman

Michael Stipe wants to use less plastic. The former REM singer released a new maxi single at the beginning of the month, which was made not from vinyl, but from bioplastic. According to the musician, “Future If Future” is the first record to use alternative material; with the proceeds he supports the climate protection organization.

Only: Stipe’s actions will have little effect; only 500 copies of the plate were pressed. But she is joining the trend. More and more companies are advertising toys, jars, mobile phone cases, toothbrushes, coffee capsules and increasingly packaging that is said to be better for the environment and the climate because it contains bioplastics.

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