Ecological Impact of Paper Production: A Case for the Abolition of Print Media

Ray A. Udeajah, Nche George Christian


This paper focuses on the ecological impacts of paper production. This formed the premises on which the researchers made a case for a global policy-driven abolition of print media- newspapers and magazines. A critical phenomenological approach was employed in this research and it was recommended that the phenomenal online media should urgently be a suitable substitute for the print media on the basis of the former’s eco-friendly nature.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2013.v2n13p139

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