In order to lower carbon emissions, the 2005 Transportation bill provides a $1 per gallon subsidy to companies that reduce their use of fossil fuels.
Articles by Frank Locantore
In my blog on Better Ingredients, an associate questioned my bias and support for Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification. I, as we all,
Is the paper the message? Most know the Marshall McLuhan axiom—“the medium is the message”—stressing that the vehicle used to deliver the message,
"An environmentalist, a paper mill rep, and a magazine publisher walk into a bar," the joke goes. "The environmentalist says to the other two …
There was no reason to expect that Condé Nast would actually display some sort of responsible environmental citizenship in the production of its third annual "green"
The Green Predictions for 2008 can be summed up thusly: growing momentum. We’ll see that the increased attention towards the environment over the past year will continue and gain build in 2008.
Paper price increases are painful. What do they mean for environmental publishing considerations? The good news is that being fiscally conservative with paper expenses can also be environmentally responsible with thoughtful planning.
I don’t believe in "carbon neutrality." It is not a helpful concept-some would argue it is deceptive-and there is no clear or agreed upon definition.
Are you a magazine publisher that uses environmentally and socially-responsible paper, or you would like to learn how? Here’s why you should read this blog: There are opportunities for magazines to gain rewards and recognition for their environmental publishing practices through awards like the Aveda Environmental Awards (deadline Nov 30,