ALPSP Seminar: Going Green – practical guide to sustainable publishing, 4 November

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Don’t miss this key seminar – practical ways to be green and save your business money.

It’s in the news – China and the USA are now talking about addressing climate change – we all need to reduce our carbon emissions but what does this mean for publishing? Many of the initial steps in becoming greener are simply about being more efficient, using fewer resources and less energy and so reducing costs.


Wednesday 4 November, 2009

Royal College of Pathologists, 2 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AF

Chair: ASHLEY LODGE, Publisher, Pearson Education and Chair, Publishers’ Green Network


OLIVER CROUCH, Advisory Services Manager, The CarbonNeutral Company

GENNY EARLY, Head of Purchasing and Distribution, Oxford Journals

MARK GOUGH, Global Environmental Manager, Reed Elsevier

EDWARD MILFORD, Chairman, Earthscan

TOBY SAWDAY, Business Development & Sustainability, Alistair Sawday Publishing

A one day seminar with case studies and practical advice from experts on the different aspects of sustainable publishing – from how the office is run to printing and distribution of print and online content. Why do it and what’s involved, where to begin, is online better than print, how to get the whole company on board.

Who should attend: publishers, managers, editors, managing editors, production managers, society officers and anyone involved in publishing with a concern for the environment.


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