Print Advocacy

There is a great deal of conflicting information about which products or processes are “best” for the environment, and it’s important to separate fact from fiction. At Midland Paper, we offer top quality products created through environmentally sound practices. Paper is one of just a few completely renewable products on the planet. Simply put, the paper industry plants far more trees than it harvests, and it is important that consumers recognize the steps our industry is taking to guarantee the future health of our forests.

But there’s more to being a good corporate citizen than just planting trees. If you’re curious as to how paper actually benefits the environment in ways you may not expect, check out some of the information below supplied by our partners:

June 2018 Issue of Paper + Packaging Board Newsletter

Paper and Print in a digital world

Direct mail in a digital age

Why you should care about paper surface and aesthetics

2018 Paper and Packaging – How Life Unfolds® Campaign Attitude and Usage Research

Paper & Packaging – How Life Unfolds® 2018 Campaign Impact Report

Five Ways to Get the Best Ideas Out of Your Next Brainstorming Session

Paper and Prouctive learning – The Third Annual Back-to-School Report

Print and Paper in a Digital World – An international survey of consumer preferences, attitudes and trust

Why Are Leading Companies Removing “Go Green – Go Paperless” Claims

Why do So Many People Love Print on Paper?  Because it’s great for Learning and retention … without health issues!

Why Do So Many People Love Print on Paper?  Because it’s enjoyable, relaxing … and practical!

Why Do So Many People Love print on Paper?  Because it’s safe, secure, sustainable … and trusted!

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Two Sides North America Newsletter – January 2018

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