Disney fans, breathe easy; you can now buy a copy of "The Jungle Book" and know that the rainforest is safe.
Entertainment giant Disney has adopted a new paper policy after consulting with the environmental group Rainforest Action Network.
Under the new policy, announced by Disney on Thursday, it will no longer use paper "connected to the destruction of endangered forests and animals." That includes not using paper from controversial companies such as Asia Pulp and Paper and Asia Pacific Resources International Holdings.
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