By: Suzanna Baum
Added: Aug 9, 2012
Hello again! It’s time for another interview with one of our amazing members. Every month I pick an organization to feature so that our network can get a more intricate feel for each other's work. Up this month: Jim Ford, Director at Climate for Ideas, and one of the founders of the Environmental Paper Network.
By: Neva Murtha, Canopy
Added: Jul 31, 2012
A new Green Printer Leadership List from independent not-for-profit organization Canopy offers you the opportunity to benefit from market and customer recognition of your sustainability efforts focused specifically on the papers you’re using. North American printers should complete the survey today.
By: WWF International
Added: Jul 26, 2012
The “sustainability roadmap” issued recently by controversial Indonesia deforester Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) dramatically backtracks on a series of promises it has made – and broken - previously, an analysis by the Riau NGO coalition Eyes on the Forest has found.
By: Allison Stewart, Green America
Added: Jul 24, 2012
New white paper from Green America's Better Paper Project shows why using recycled paper is the best choice for the environment, climate, and people.
By: Matt Prindiville, Product Policy Institute
Added: Jul 19, 2012
Our friends at As You Sow, a national non-profit organization which “promotes environmental and social corporate responsibility through shareholder advocacy, coalition building, and innovative legal strategies,” just released a new report on extended producer responsibility (EPR) for packaging. “Unfinished Business: The Case for Extended Producer Responsibility for Post-Consumer Packaging” reveals that the value of packaging materials that Americans throw in the trash totals around $11 billion dollars each year.
By: Joshua Martin, EPN Director
Added: Jul 18, 2012
The latest episode of The Story of Stuff Project is called, The Story of Change: Why Citizens (Not Shoppers) Hold the Key to a Better World. It's exactly the visionary perspective and coordinated strategy in the work done by member organizations of the Environmental Paper Network.
By: Suzanna Baum
Added: Jul 5, 2012
Hello again! It’s time for another interview with one of our amazing members. Every month I pick an organization to feature so that our network can get a more intricate feel for each other’s work. This month I conversed with Neva Murtha, Second Harvest, Printer and Magazine Campaigner for Canopy.
By: Sophie Glass, Green America
Added: Jun 22, 2012
What a month. When Toshiba launched their No Print Day campaign, they didn’t expect the extent of resistance that flared up. As a result, Toshiba pulled the plug on No Print Day and now that the dust is beginning to settle, we can step back and look beyond the tweets and posts in order to find common ground.