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The Green Guide

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Green Guide was a bi-monthly publication produced by the National Geographic Society as an information resource on eco-conscious and healthy living. Founded in 1994, it ceased publication in 2008,[1] and now exists as a website only.

The magazine launched website in 2002.[1] The guide first was cut down with its March 4, 2008 issue to a quarterly publication. It was printed sustainably on Verso Paper with FSC Mixed Source Label, meaning the wood comes from Forest Stewardship Council-certified, well-managed forests, sources controlled in accordance with FSC standards, and/or recycled material. In addition to the traditional printed publication, The National Geographic Green Guide was available as a digital subscription using Texterity’s Web publishing format. The quarterly National Geographic Green Guide magazine was an evolution of the pre-existing Green Guide Web site and newsletter, founded in 1994 by former Natural Resources Defense Council staff scientist Wendy Gordon. National Geographic acquired the original Green Guide in March 2007.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c Nat Ives (15 December 2009). "The Last Page". AdAge. Retrieved 1 January 2016.

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