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The Green Guide

National Geographic has launched a new magazine called The Green Guide and before you start wondering if a new magazine isn't just a waste of paper consider their production methods. The magazine will use paper that has been recycled or that comes from forest stewardship certified forests and it will also be available digitally.

Folio says that the National Geographic Green Guide will carry information that will help consumers make more informed decisions about products and ways of living in support of the going green movement.

Posted: 2/29/08