The University of Washington’s Mailing Services operation has received a sizable sustainability grant to upgrade its three-year-old bicycle delivery program with new electric-assist bikes, cargo boxes, trailers and riding gear.
In recent years, there has been an explosion of data breaches in the financial, business and health.
The University of Washington is a very green school. Recognized as a national leader for its deep commitment to sustainability, UW supports numerous sustainability initiatives. Among them is the Campus Sustainability Fund (CSF), which finances student-led projects that lessen the university’s environmental impact. Recently, UW’s Mailing Services operation, part of Creative Communications, was the recipient […]
Each year since 1960, the third week in October has been proclaimed National Forest Products Week in…
Two Sides has released the results of an international survey that provides unique insight into how print and paper are viewed, preferred and trusted by consumers around the globe. The results indicate a strong preference for print when it comes to recreational reading e.g. books, magazines, news, etc. 72% of global respondents prefer printed books, compared to only 9% preferring ebooks.
Messiah College's College Press and Postal Services operation has put an emphasis on sustainability. Its PrintReleaf program allows organizations to certifiably reduce their environmental impact by automatically planting trees to offset their paper consumption.
We've all heard this argument: Since paper is made from wood fiber, then using paper must be bad for trees. Research, however, shows otherwise. Using wood-based products like office paper actually helps keep American forests healthy.
The North American pulp and paper industry has made great progress in reducing energy use and…