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Domtar to Close Maine Mill
March 6, 2009

Montreal-based Domtar announced yesterday that it will be closing its Woodland pulp facility in Baileyville, Maine.

Gore Documentary Inspires Publisher to Produce First “Green” Bible: A Q&A with Thomas Nelson CEO Michael S. Hyatt
November 1, 2007

November 02, 2007--“An Inconvenient Truth,” the 2006 documentary that focused on climate change, won more than just two Academy Awards—as it turns out, it also won over Thomas Nelson’s Michael S. Hyatt. Hyatt, the president and CEO of the largest Christian book publisher in the world, took the inspiration he gained from viewing the film and carried the message back to work with him. Last month, Thomas Nelson published an industry first—a Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified “green” Bible, which contains paper made with 10-percent post-consumer recycled fiber. Some industry experts suggest that the publication of “The Charles F. Stanley Life Principles Daily Bible” signifies

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June 1, 2006

Cosmopolitan Offers Its Advertisers Integrated Options The Hearst Corporation’s Cosmopolitan announced it will partner with fashion Web site Glam.com to allow advertisers to run ads alongside contextually relevant editorial content on Glam’s network. “We are offering our advertisers one of today’s most powerful integrated print and online campaigns,” says Donna Kalajian Lagani, Cosmopolitan’s senior vice president/publishing director. “This program combines the enormous reach of Cosmopolitan with an unmatched online opportunity. Advertisers need this type of partnership to stay top of mind with a modern audience that uses different types of media to gather information about their brand choices.” “Glam.com’s innovative campaigns for

Rainforest Alliance to Honor Pictorial Offset at Upcoming Gala
February 1, 2006

Carlstadt, NJ -- February 7, 2006 -- Pictorial Offset Corporation, the largest privately-owned, single-facility commercial printer in the United States, will be recognized for its environmental stewardship policies and practices at the 16th Annual Rainforest Alliance Gala, May 17, 2006, at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. The Rainforest Alliance Gala celebrates sustainable forestry, agriculture and tourism and will present Pictorial ·Offset Corporation with its Award for Corporate Sustainable Standard-Setter. The mission of the Rainforest Alliance is to protect ecosystems, and the people and wildlife that depend on them by transforming land-use practices, business practices and consumer behavior.&031; Companies, cooperatives

New Trends Emerge as Publishers Aim to Curb Costs
September 1, 2005

The paper market may seem dull to a publishing-industry outsider, but its constant changes keep the publishing industry on its toes. Right now, in particular, there are some major trends going on in the book paper market, according to a number of experts. Usage patterns are changing, costs are fluctuating and paper itself is undergoing some significant transformations. Garry Zampini, vice president of sales and marketing for Cascades Fine Papers Group, summarizes the changes he sees in the marketplace: • A greater use of high-bright mechanical pulp grades; • A greater interest in recycled grades and products certified by the Forest

Domtar Unveils 'Green' Publication Paper Line
August 1, 2005

Domtar Inc. has launched plans for a new line of environmentally responsible paper for publishers seeking more options in 'green' publishing. The announcement was made during the 128th annual Paper Week. Domtar EarthChoice offers 13 uncoated and coated papers for book covers, magazines and annual reports. The Rainforest Alliance's SmartWood program certified each of the grades in the line, which contain some post-consumer recycled content, that comply with the environmental and social standards set by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). The pulp used to produce the line of environmentally friendly papers is extracted from FSC-certified forests in Ontario and the Adirondack region of New York

Domtar Unveils 'Green' Publication Paper Line
June 1, 2005

Domtar Inc. has launched plans for a new line of environmentally responsible paper for publishers seeking more options in 'green' publishing. The announcement was made during the 128th annual Paper Week. Domtar EarthChoice offers 13 uncoated and coated papers for book covers, magazines and annual reports. The Rainforest Alliance's SmartWood program certified each of the grades in the line, which contain some post-consumer recycled content, that comply with the environmental and social standards set by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). The pulp used to produce the line of environmentally friendly papers is extracted from FSC-certified forests in Ontario and the Adirondack region of New York