Making a case for carbon offsetting

Morris, Scott
September 2006
Printing World;Sep2006, Vol. 305 Issue 12, p38
Trade Publication
The article investigates on the effects of carbon offsetting on the pollution problems in the print industry in Great Britain. The author highlights the bad reputation of the print industry as a whole when it came to the environment as well as their efforts to reduce its ecological impact. Carbon offset projects reduce or prevent carbon dioxide emissions.


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