Print and paper products are a highly sustainable choice for communications, marketing, knowledge sharing, information security, and product and transport and safety. Even so, there are misconceptions that print, paper and paper-based packaging are wasteful, detrimental to the environment and responsible for deforestation. There is also misunderstanding that digital communication is more environmentally friendly than paper.
To address these misconceptions and to better inform and educate consumers, businesses and the public at large, Two Sides has published a series of fact sheets to address a wide array of environmental and social issues. These comprehensive fact sheets cite verifiable and trusted third-party sources on common areas of misunderstanding, ranging from the real environmental impact of electronic communication to the inherent sustainability of print on paper, from the important role that print and paper play in literacy and learning to the environmental attributes that make paper bags a natural choice.
Members of Two Sides can customize the fact sheets with their own company logos, creating a powerful addition to their own sustainability materials. For information on co-branding the fact sheets, please contact us at [email protected].
Click below to read and download the fact sheets.