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Dec 20, 2012

Tropical Pulp Still a Long Way From Fiction in German Children's Books

A WWF-Germany survey of children's books found about 30 per cent of books contained significant amounts of mixed tropical hardwood fibres characteristic of natural forest destruction.

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Dec 11, 2012

Mondi Syktyvkar Awarded EU Ecolabel for All Uncoated Fine Papers Produced at the Mill

Mondi Syktyvkar in Komi, Russia was recently awarded the EU Ecolabel for all papers produced at the mill. The EU Ecolabel is a certificate issued by the European Union, which verifies the environmental profile of a product or service.

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July 13th, 2012

China engineers digital vs. print showdown

If China succeeds in achieving one of its goals in the current five-year plan, 80% of its more than 1.3 billion residents will read books or periodicals by 2015.

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June 10, 2012

10 Questions About Toshiba's No-Print Day

In a stunning display of greenwashing and ignorance, a U.S. branch of Toshiba has proclaimed October 23 National No-Print Day.

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Feb 2, 2012

In 2011, Ilim Group Produced Nearly 1.5 mln Tons of P&P Products in Siberia

Over the 12 months of 2011, OJSC Ilim Group’s mills in Siberia (the Bratsk and Ust-Ilimsk mills) manufactured 1,490,000 tons of pulp and paper products. This is 1.5% above the 2010 performance.

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January 20th, 2012

Read your newspaper then use it to drive to work

Sony recently showed off a new bio-cell battery that breaks down paper in order to create power. This novel use of paper has the potential to change how we power devices in the future.

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Jan 18, 2012

Research Shows Americans Still Prefer Print and Paper Communications

If you prefer to read from paper instead of an electronic screen, you're not alone. According to a recent survey commissioned by Two Sides, the fast-growing non-profit organization created to promote the responsible production, use and sustainability of print and paper, 70 percent of Americans, including 69 percent of 18- to 24-year-olds, say they prefer to read print and paper communications compared to reading off a screen.

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February 2, 2011

WWF launch new tool for paper purchases

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January 31st, 2011

Asia Pulp and Paper: why activists are wrong over destructive logging allegations

The paper giant has been accused by Greenpeace of destructive logging and green-washing. But campaigners are mistaken, says APP boss Aida Greenbury - the company is supporting REDD projects and putting sustainability at the centre of operations

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18 January 2011

Two Sides reports anti-Greenwash success

18 January 2011, London, UK – Two Sides has achieved measurable success from its national campaign to educate major UK corporate companies such as Banks & Building Societies, Utilities and Telecoms about using misleading or factually incorrect environmental claims in their marketing message to promote lower cost electronic billing and services.


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by Dr. Radut