Thursday, August 13, 2009

John Sanderson on the idea of carbon neutral paper and other green paper issues

Can a sheet of paper be carbon neutral? what does it actually mean? and what is more eco-friendly - internet publishing or printed paper?

John Sanderson,
former environmental activist and now UPM's (one of the world's leading forest industry groups) global head of environmental market support is answering these interesting questions and others in an interview with Mark Rushton, Editor, Pulp & Paper International Magazine.

I like Sanderson's approach especially when it comes to defining the relationship between online publishing and paper printing and I believe the way he describes them
as complimentary to each other will become more and more common in the near future.

You can read the full interview HERE.

Raz @ Eco-Libris

Eco-Libris: promoting green printing!

1 comment:

bindarri said...

Bindarri have released a report claiming Australia's first carbon neutral paper ENVI is a deceitful greenwash.

ENVI paper includes pulp from Australia's native forests. These forests include the worlds most carbon dense forests, biologically significant forests, and water catchments.

Mre inf: ENVI Paper