Yes, there are a few significant magazines out there that print on recycled paper. Inc. magazine has over .5 million subscribers and prints on 100% recycled paper. Nick Magazine and Everyday with Rachel Ray have also made big commitments to using recycled paper – Nick prints on 100% recycled paper, 80% being post-consumer, and Everday with Rachel Ray prints on 85% recycled paper. Big fashion magazines like Elle and Marie Claire have each come out with a ‘green’ issue, but it only came out once out of their 12 yearly publications and was composed of a mere 10% post-consumer paper. Most other magazines have failed to make the commitment whatsoever.
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