We are told to ‘save the planet and go digital’ or save the environment by opting for e-billing. You may even have ‘please consider the environment…’ on your emails. Let us stop buying into claims by service providers that going paperless saves trees and combats climate change.
A study that purportedly shows tablet users’ “preference for digital magazines over print magazines” actually suggests that people really don’t like tablet magazines. “23% of tablet users prefer digital magazines on tablets over print,” says a blog post from Mequoda about its new study “How American Adults Consume Magazines on Tablets.” The blog post and trade-media […]
The Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa (PAMSA) is calling on businesses to change their attitude to paper during Green Office Week (22-26 April) by shredding the misconceptions they have about paper. Day in, day out, we are faced with messages about the harm that paper does to our environment. More often than not, these […]
Press release from Two Sides 7th March 2013, London, UK – A resolution placed before the US Senate seeks to reverse recent federal initiatives to eliminate paper-based information ‘Consumers for Paper Options’, a US group set up to challenge the drive towards a digital only society, applauds the resolution Originally reported by Industry Intelligence, 5th […]
It is time for the South Africans to take stand against the myths and misinformation, and broaden our knowledge of the truth and scientifically proven facts. While we cannot dispute the convenience and immediacy of having annual reports on our company websites and our latest bank statement emailed to us, we have to ensure that […]
By Ken Norris, Contributing Editor, Pulp & Paper International NEW YORK, Aug. 6, 2012 (RISI) A recent marketing campaign by Toshiba was the cause this time. The company, a global manufacturer of consumer and commercial printers, among many other products, sought to establish a “No Print Day” and hoped to show the environmental benefits of […]