Two years ago nine of the top ten American publishers of children’s books — including Disney — used paper from endangered rainforests in their books.
Most of the publishers have now committed to only using sustainable paper and Disney too has just announced it will stop buying paper linked to rainforest destruction. Robin Averbeck, a forest campaigner for the Rainforest Action Network, helped Disney to develop its new paper policy.
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