Eco-Libris: The Numbers are Going Up β€” 30 Million Trees are Cut Down Annually for Books Sold in the US

This post was originally published on Saturday, September 6, 2008. Until lately we were quoting the figure of 20 million trees as the common estimate for the number of trees cut down annually for the production of books sold in the U.S. alone. Not any more. And unfortunately, the update is not positive. We’re updating […]

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