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The Hidden Life of Paper and Its Impact on the Environment

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The irony of the New York Times reporting on how much damage overconsumption of paper does to the planet seems not completely lost in The Hidden Life of Paper and Its Impact on the Environment. It is, however, somewhat amusing that they're reporting on Time Magazine's responses. (Though, if being obsessed with Time was good enough for Allen Ginsberg...) There is some good news about companies going over to recycled pulp and identifying the really vile offenders. For example: "Time Inc.’s study found that greenhouse emissions from one of its paper mills accounted for 61 percent of the emissions from Time magazine and 77 percent of In Style’s emissions." Ouch! [GT]

The Hidden Life of Paper and Its Impact on the Environment

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November 5, 2006 in Renewables | Permalink

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