Thursday, July 28, 2011

Go green with your newspaper

Read online media
Many publications have online versions that include much or all of the content found in print, as well as extra online features, so tree-saving advocates don't have to miss out on their news. A University of California, Berkeley, study found that reading a newspaper on a personal digital assistant as compared to a print version resulted in less release of CO2. Do you really need a printed copy? Try reading it at a Starbucks, public library or share a subscription with your neighbor.
Because online versions of print newspapers and other publications are often free, making the switch can mean subscription price savings.

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