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Harry Potter goes eco

HarrypotterUnless you're a muggle refusenik, statistics show you're going to buy the new Harry Potter book regardless of what I say. But there's now an added reason for finding out whether Harry and Hermione will get it on - the book will be one of the first big titles to be published on 30% Forest Stewardship Council-certified paper. That  means paper from a wood that's being responsibly-managed in a sustainable, green fashion. The move by the book's publisher, Bloomsbury, should put some pressure on other publishers to follow suit. Potter nuts can count down the days to The Half-Blood Prince here, read gossip here and visit JK Rowling's official site here. [found via Phatgnat]

May 25, 2005 in Arts & information, Recycling | Permalink

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