Environmental Consequences of Our Reliance on the Printed Word

Hancox, Ralph
September 2002
Nieman Reports;Fall2002, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p53
Describes the devastation of natural resources and accumulation of waste due to the process of news printing. Assessment of the impact of the use of pulp and paper for Canadian production of newsprint; Information on technological developments which can decrease paper use in news printing; Obstacles to the widespread use of technological developments.


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