The Green Impact of 19 Billion Catalogs.

Via Kate Bartolotta
on Apr 21, 2012
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 19 Billion…that’s not a typo.

Do you really need another J. Crew catalog that will sit in your bathroom for a month collecting dust?

Consider taking a minute to get on the national Do Not Mail list and cutting down on your paper waste this Earth Day.

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About Kate Bartolotta

Kate Bartolotta is a wellness cheerleader, yogini storyteller, and self-care maven. She also writes for Huffington Post, Yoga International, Mantra Yoga+ Health, a beauty full mind, The Good Men Project, The Green Divas, The Body Project, Project Eve, Thought Catalog and Soulseeds. Kate's books are now available on and Barnes & She is passionate about helping people fall in love with their lives. You can connect with Kate on Facebook and Instagram.


8 Responses to “The Green Impact of 19 Billion Catalogs.”

  1. […] “There are no passengers on Spaceship Earth. We are all crew.” […]

  2. Always a good reminder! And I'd add the phone books especially now since there are several different companies distributing free phone books to street address regardless of whether you want them or not!

  3. Griffin says:

    Thanks for sharing the 'Do Not Mail List' link. I've been meaning to do that.

  4. It's amazing what a huge difference it makes in the amount of junk mail you get.

  5. Definitely…and I don't think I've used a phone book in years.

  6. Jill Barth says:

    I posted this to the elephant green Facebook page and @mindfulgreen on Twitter.
    Thanks for sharing!
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