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Paper and Productive Learning: The ...
Explore this year's Paper and Productive Learning: The Fourth Annual Back-to-School Report to discover the many ways paper remains essential in today’s technology-fueled culture. Explore this year's Paper and Productive Learning: The Fourth Annual Back-to-School Report to discover the many ways paper remains essential in today’s technology-fueled culture. Explore this year's Paper and Productive Learning: The Fourth Annual Back-to-School Report to discover the many ways paper remains essential in today’s technology-fueled culture. Explore this year's Paper and Productive Learning: The Fourth Annual Back-to-School Report to discover the many ways paper remains essential in today’s technology-fueled culture.
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Paper: The Original “Circular Economy”
Posted on December 3, 2018

Our friends at Two Sides, a non-profit dedicated to promoting paper’s sustainability and debunking the myth that digital is greener, recently posted a thought-provoking piece about the “circular economy,” driven by recycling and reuse of raw materials, in contrast with the “linear economies” that continue to persist in many sectors. Our friends at Two Sides, a non-profit dedicated to promoting paper’s sustainability and debunking the myth that digital is greener, recently posted a thought-provoking piece about the “circular economy,” driven by recycling and reuse of raw materials, in contrast with the “linear economies” that continue to persist in many sectors. Our friends at Two Sides, a non-profit dedicated to promoting paper’s sustainability and debunking the myth that digital is greener, recently posted a thought-provoking piece about the “circular economy,” driven by recycling and reuse of raw materials, in contrast with the “linear ... Our friends at Two Sides, a non-profit dedicated to promoting paper’s sustainability and debunking the myth that digital is greener, recently posted a thought-provoking piece about the “circular economy,” driven by recycling and reuse of raw materials, in contrast with the “linear economies” that continue to persist in many sectors.
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