Friday, September 07, 2007

Jessica at Bookslut posted this link yesterday, and I just had to share.

According to the site: "About 20 million trees are being cut down EVERY YEAR to produce the books sold in the U.S. alone."

Their solution? Pay them to plant a tree for every book you read. It's kind of like buying carbon offsets when you travel, but for books. It's a grand idea.

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