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HBP to be Forest-Friendly, Greenpeace reports

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
Posted by: Melissa
February 25, 2005, 01:10 PM

Greenpeace is reporting that they recently asked Bloomsbury, UK publisher of the Harry Potter books, to print HBP on 100 percent "ancient forest friendly paper", which includes recyled fibre, with any non-recyled content coming from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) pulp. Greenpeace writes that "Bloomsbury's publicity manager stated in an email to Greenpeace that 'Bloomsbury, at the beginning of this month, ordered exclusively Forest Stewardship Council accredited paper for the printing" of HBP."

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