Sustainable Book Publishing: How to Print and Read Eco-Friendly

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We have become quite conscious about the impact of our daily activities on the ecosystem: we are trying to implement new ways to reduce our footprint, plastic usage, natural resource extraction, and so on. But what is the situation with sustainable book publishing? Are books and college textbooks sustainable at all? Or should we all switch to digital alternatives?

We will explore in more detail if it is possible to maintain an eco-friendly printing industry. The publishing industry is one of the significant consumers of paper. Therefore, the question about the sustainability of paper manufacturing comes to the foreground. But it’s not the only issue that eco-friendly publishers have to deal with. Can the whole process of book production be more eco-friendly? What are the major challenges, and how publishers react to them? Should we adopt more sustainable reading habits?

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Update on Sustainability in the World

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As you know, BooksRun is very concerned about what is happening with our planet. Every little thing which helps to protect the natural habitats of rare species of flora and fauna, reduce the carbon footprint or recycle materials back into a new product’s life cycle makes us happy and proud! Our sustainability beliefs are reflected in our daily work: we advocate for reusing textbooks in order to minimize the effect of deforestation and also we support OneTree Planted Charity to multiply the number of trees planted every day. Let’s go green together with BooksRun Loyalty Program! If you want to contribute to the mentioned below trends of adopting sustainable policies and lifestyles, you can check out these sustainable packaging solutions! They’re so easy to implement but incredibly helpful in the long run.

Below we summarized recent good news for all the sustainable enthusiasts out there. Continue reading “Update on Sustainability in the World”