It's not easy being green

<p>Danuta Kean</p><p>It would be hard to take against attempts to ensure books are made without damaging the world's precious ancient forests. Publishers, with their liberal sympathies on environmental issues, are likely to be ready supporters of such a cause. So it comes as a surprise to find the book trade on the receiving end of a high-profile campaign by Greenpeace that accuses them of lax environmental standards.</p><p>The vocal green group has launched The Paper Trail, aimed at embarrassing UK publishers into paper procurement policies that would pressurise suppliers into using only a...

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