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[BKARTS] Don Carli on "The Carbon Footprint of Print & Digital Media", 12/9/08

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Don Carli, "The Carbon Footprint of Print and Digital Media: Why you should care and what you can do about it"

Co-sponsored by the Rare Book & Manuscript Library of Columbia University and the American Printing History Association (APHA)-New York Chapter.

Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2008, 6-7:30 p.m.
Butler Library, Room 523
Columbia University
Broadway & Amsterdam Ave. at 114th Street
New York, N.Y.
(closest subway is the 116th St. stop on the 1 Line)

Attendees that do not have a Columbia affiliation will need to tell the guard on the security desk that they are attending the lecture.

Don Carli is the President of Nima Hunter, a consultancy providing strategic planning, marketing research, and technology assessment. An expert in printing technologies, he is the technology editor of Print on Demand magazine, consulting editor to Digital Imaging and Aktuel Grafisk Information magazines, and has written for Graphic Communications World, PrintMedia, Printing Impressions, Booktech, and Ethical Corporation. Carli is research director of The Greening of Print, a research project investigating environmentally preferable procurement and production of printing and packaging in North America. Carli has given lectures on sustainability, corporate social responsibility, environmentally preferable procurement, recycling, responsible enterprise printing, and stakeholder relationship management, and he has been a speaker at several conferences in the United States as well as in Brazil, Sweden, and Italy. Carli is also Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Sustainable Communication (ISC).

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