Our Indusry's 'Green' Leaders
If you haven't explored your options for improving your environmental impact since the '90s, or never, you will likely be pleasantly surprised at what you find. But if you don't, you should also realize that it can't hurt to ask for it.
3 Simple Steps to Becoming More Eco-Friendly
Publishers who have taken steps to improve their ecological footprint agree on the key steps to creating real change:
1. Develop a formal, written policy or statement, guided by the Green Press Initiative's recommended standards.
2. Get an internal commitment to the new paper goals.
3. Communicate your intentions to suppliers so they have time to respond with new papers and better pricing.
- Avalon Publishing
- Bethany Press Intl.
- Chronicle Books
- Cornell University Press
- Domtar Paper
- Evangelical Christian Publishers Association
- Forest Stewardship Council
- Green Press Initiative
- Malloy Inc.
- New Leaf Paper
- Publishers Weekly
- Square One Publishers
- The Book Industry Study Group
- Transcontinental Inc.
- University of California San Diego