Monday, June 11, 2007

posted by Sarah Krasley @ 12:22 AM

warner.jpgWEA, the U.S. sales and distribution company of Warner Music Group, says (via Ecorazzi) that starting at the end of March, it will use ecologically-enhanced paper packaging for its standard CD and DVD products in the U.S.

WMG has also developed a new company-wide program to reduce or offset greenhouse gas emissions associated with global climate change, beginning with a “carbon-neutral” Grammy party.

“Environmentally responsible behavior is good for corporate America: it’s smart ecology and smart economics,” said John Esposito, President and CEO of WEA. “It lowers the costs of paper procurement and ...

Article taken from Environmental Leader -

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