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“National Geographic’s recycled paper use is a tipping point for recycled paper in the magazine industry,” Green America Better Paper Project Director Frank Locantore said. "If National Geographic magazine, with over four million print copies each month, can take this important step to use recycled paper, all magazines can follow their example.”
Like the list of other magazines that have been using recycled paper, National Geographic continues the environmental publishing momentum by incorporating recycled fiber content into their magazine pages.
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