The case for paper

Bold, Ben
April 2008
Printing World;Apr2008 Environment Report, p29
Trade Publication
The article discusses the growing concern on environmental issues among paper and printing companies in Europe. It mentions the rising cost of raw materials and the introduction of a CO2 carbon emission trading scheme, a mechanism designed to decrease greenhouse gases by setting a price to carbon emissions, which could destroy off profits in the future of the printing industry. It also discusses the opposition of the Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI) on the scheme.


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