WWF introduces a new green file format

February 9, 2011 § Leave a comment

So much paper is wasted every single day, we hardly even notice. Documents are printed out unnecessarily: reports, recipes, delivery menus, bills, the gazillion flyers that we get along with our bills. Et cetera.

That’s a lot of paper. That’s a lot of trees. And that’s some rapidly dwindling forest space.

A few months ago, the World Wildlife Fund introduced a new file format as part of their “Think Before You Print” campaign. The file format is called WWF, and it’s a file format that can’t be printed out. That’s all it does. It’s so simple, it’s genius.

Encourage awareness about using paper sparingly. Send your documents as a WWF file.

Save as WWF, Save a Tree.

Read more about this new file format and how you can help spread the word on the WWF website.

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