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Hachette Updates Environmental Progress

Posted at 8:09AM Thursday 13 Dec 2012

In its annual report on the progress it has made in hitting various environmental goals, Hachette Book Group said today that it is ahead of pace in two key areas but behind in a third. HBG has already surpassed its target for reducing total greenhouse gas emissions as well as for the use of Forest Stewardship Council paper, but is behind its goal in increasing the use of recycled paper.

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