Score One for the Trees: San Francisco Passes Junk Mail Resolution
It's always exciting when a long process begins to bear fruit. From first addressing the issue in 1997, since 2000 New Dream has been one of the louder voices advocating for junk mail reform. San Francisco's recent resolution calling upon California to create a Do Not Mail Registry is a great moment for the anti-junk mail movement. From the press release:
It may be just a start, but it's a movement in the right direction, one that might save some of the more than 100 million trees wasted on junk mail every year.
hat tip: The Paper Planet.