Ancient forests can't be xeroxed!

Multimedia | 10 March, 2005

Until Greenpeace's cyberactivist community got them to change their policy, Xerox was buying paper from Finland's national logging company, which was clearcutting one of Europes last remaining ancient forests to make paper. A forest habitat that took millions of years to evolve, and which cannot simply be replanted, was being used to make a product that can come from recycled waste.

Ancient forest threatened by industrial logging to make cheap copy paper and magazines.