Scotland, UK, Oct. 18, 2010 (RISI) -In Part II of the "Is paper-free really green" series of articles, Mandy Haggith, author and freelance environmental writer, asks why electronic is automatically seen as much more environmentally friendly than paper. Part I of the series can be readhere
Why does ‘e' seem green?
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Taking us on an eye-opening journey through the four worlds that describe the life cycle of paper, Torraspapel, at www.thepapereffect.com, unveils how paper contributes to the sustainability of our planet.Read more