Posts Tagged: green publishing

A theory of publishing: epilogue — book publishing and natural capital

In my previous post (‘A theory of book publishing, Act V: publishing as a capitalist pursuit‘) I analysed book publishing in relation to five types of capital requirement: financial capital technological capital human capital social capital cultural capital Here I

A theory of publishing: epilogue — book publishing and natural capital

In my previous post (‘A theory of book publishing, Act V: publishing as a capitalist pursuit‘) I analysed book publishing in relation to five types of capital requirement: financial capital technological capital human capital social capital cultural capital Here I

What does a publisher do? Impact on the environment

What does a publisher do? is a series of posts designed to answer that question, interpreted not in the sense of “What functions does a publisher seek to fulfil?” but rather “What operations does a publisher (well, this publisher at

What does a publisher do? Impact on the environment

What does a publisher do? is a series of posts designed to answer that question, interpreted not in the sense of “What functions does a publisher seek to fulfil?” but rather “What operations does a publisher (well, this publisher at

Paper trails: from trees to trash – the true cost of paper

Paper trails: from trees to trash – the true cost of paper by Mandy Haggith was published by Random House in 2008. I have only recently discovered the book, in its ePub edition. The sub-title makes clear what the book is

Paper trails: from trees to trash – the true cost of paper

Paper trails: from trees to trash – the true cost of paper by Mandy Haggith was published by Random House in 2008. I have only recently discovered the book, in its ePub edition. The sub-title makes clear what the book is

Green business books

Over the last year or so I have been reading (or, in one case, listening) my way though a cluster of books on green business. They include titles such as Green to Gold, Smart Green, and The Sustainable MBA. Books on

Green business books

Over the last year or so I have been reading (or, in one case, listening) my way though a cluster of books on green business. They include titles such as Green to Gold, Smart Green, and The Sustainable MBA. Books on

Green publishing revisited: Rethinking paper & ink

From Ooligan Press in Portland, USA, comes Rethinking Paper & Ink: The Sustainable Publishing Revolution, by Jessicah Carver & Natalie Guidry. The Authors’ Note explains that the book evolved from a booklet, also published by Ooligan (1999), written by Melissa

Green publishing revisited: Rethinking paper & ink

From Ooligan Press in Portland, USA, comes Rethinking Paper & Ink: The Sustainable Publishing Revolution, by Jessicah Carver & Natalie Guidry. The Authors’ Note explains that the book evolved from a booklet, also published by Ooligan (1999), written by Melissa

Green publishing?

By ‘green publishing’ I refer to the issue of the environmental impacts of publishing, rather than the publishing of books about the environmental. On the former there has over the last decade been a growing debate – some of it

Green publishing?

By ‘green publishing’ I refer to the issue of the environmental impacts of publishing, rather than the publishing of books about the environmental. On the former there has over the last decade been a growing debate – some of it