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Job title:
Connecting people with nature
Company/organization name:
National Audubon Society
Company/organization's primary business:
Company/organization website:
Publication frequency:
Publication circulation:
by membership
What percentage of your paper is recycled fiber?
>80% recycled content
What paper do you use? (manufacturer name, sheet name and mill location)
What is the basis weight of your text paper?
What is the trim size of your publication?
8.25" x 10.8125"
Coated or uncoated paper?
coated text, coated cover
Volume (by weight) of paper purchased per year:
1,613,784 lbs
What is your publication's bipad number?

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King of the Mill: an Audubon Infographic

It's all the rage for magazines to splash green advice across their glossy pages, but most don't even print on recycled paper. Compared to paper produced from virgin sources, the recycled variety uses less water and energy, emits fewer greenhouse gases, and preserves carbon-dioxide-absorbing trees. Yet, shockingly, less than one percent of the approximately 17,000 magazines published in the United States contain any recycled paper, according to the Better Paper Project, a nonprofit… Continue

Posted on October 7, 2009 at 2:00pm — 2 Comments


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