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