Is the world headed for life without paper?

Two millenia ago, the Egyptians used papyrus for documents that never generated a waste problem. But the rise of paper moved to litter streets, fields and landfill sites globally.

Now the technological revolution is seeing the use of paper declining globally, with bonuses ahead for the environment.

In the US and Western Europe, paper consumption has been declining since 2006.


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