For years, well-intentioned e-mail users have asked one another to “consider the environment before printing” presuming that electronic communication is better for the environment than paper-based communication. However, as more information becomes available about the environmental footprint of data centers, computers and other personal devices, we’re seeing that no form of communication is without environmental impact.
Read the rest of this counter-intuitive article about the way we communicate here: LetterEmail
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