Two Sides countered an opinion piece debating the sustainability of plastic versus paper packaging. Here is what the evidence shows.
The Two Sides North America Anti-greenwashing Campaign has preserved more than $300 million in annual revenue for the printing sector.
Research suggests a switch to electronic learning materials from paper materials may be detrimental to students’ ability to learn.
A survey by Two Sides North America and research firm Toluna details the misconceptions U.S. consumers have regarding paper products.
A common solution to deforestation is to eliminate the use of wood fiber to manufacture paper products. This solution is impractical.
A new survey among 2,400 book readers of all ages found that people still prefer physical books for look, feel, and smell.
A circular economy is a challenge that requires investment and innovation, and the paper industry has been at the leading edge.
Though students have grown up in a digital world, more than 60% prefer printed texts to digital texts according to a new survey.
Thanks to a renewed effort, 14 companies have changed or removed misleading environmental claims related to print and paper in 2021.
The importance of print books became apparent in 2020. It resulted in the best year for U.S. print book sales since 2010.