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Publishers and readers are both working towards sustainability

Australian publishers were early adopters of sustainable practices

Recycling of newspapers in Australia is world class

We remain firm in our commitment to maintaining Australia’s world-class newspaper recycling rate

How a newspaper is made

The story of your news, from plantation to printing

The circular economy represents massive opportunities for news media

NewsMediaWorks responds to the NSW EPA’s discussion paper on the circular economy, Too Good To Waste.

Recycling is part of the story of Australian newspapers

Recycling newspapers and magazines saves energy and reduces greenhouse gases.

18pc growth in alternative uses for recycled newsprint

Australia’s recovery rate for newspapers remains close to the world’s best at more than 75 per cent, while the recovered product has experienced growth of...

Review a threat to effective recycling

A government review of Australia’s recycling legislation risks burdening the publisher’s self-regulatory model with onerous red tape. TONY WILKINS, argues the case against intervention.

NewsMediaWorks welcomes new executive director, environment

NewsMediaWorks CEO Peter Miller today announced the appointment of Dr Tony Wilkins to the position of executive director, environment, responsible for representing and advising the news...

News’ environmental initiative celebrates 10th birthday

News Corp Australia’s environmental sustainability initiative, 1 Degree, has marked 10 years of progress and change in print distribution. 1 Degree calls for employees, business...

VIDEO: A win for the environment

“We wanted to draw attention to the substantial achievements gained over the years and remind consumers of the crucial part they play in the successful...

‘Be part of the chain’ campaign

Australia’s leading news media and magazine publishers united to celebrate and promote the environmental sustainability of print media.

Global: Daily Mail mulls bid for Yahoo!

The owner of London’s Daily Mail has confirmed that it’s considering a bid for Yahoo! to expand its footprint in America, where its mix of...