By the book: how publishers can lead by eco-example

By the book: how publishers can lead by eco-example

As the severity of the climate emergency becomes clear, the book industry is beginning to reckon with both the books it publishes and how it publishes them. We invited Albert De Petrillo (ADP), publishing director at BBC Books and Witness Books (Penguin Random House), and Muna Reyal (MR), head of editorial at Chelsea Green Publishing, to discuss the challenges, opportunities, innovations and best practices in the field. 

Have books on the climate crisis hit the mainstream? 
ADP: It’s been building over the past few years. I probably started seeing it most clearly on the BBC side of my job...

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