In the crowded book-awards space, Exact Editions recommends its environment-friendly digital ‘collections’ for prize-program jurors.
France’s Publishers Report Their Paper Is 98-Percent Recycled or Certified
In 2021, France’s publishers consumed 216,362 tons of paper, according to the publishers of the Syndicat national de l’édition.
Taylor & Francis Calls for Environmental Sciences Papers
Established in the 1990s, Taylor & Francis’ environmental sciences portfolio is seeking new submissions, especially from early career researchers.
France’s Hachette Livre: A 30-Percent Carbon Reduction by 2030
Intending to use 100-percent renewable energy by 2026, Hachette Livre turns to reducing overproduction, freight, and more.
Chris Miller’s ‘Chip War’ Wins the 2022 FT Business Book of the Year Award
A timely selection, Chris Williams’ ‘Chip War’ from Simon & Schuster wins the £30,000 FT Book of the Year Award in London.
England: ‘A (Very) Short History’ Wins the £25,000 Royal Society Science Book Prize
The paleontologist and evolutionary biologist Henry Gee wins the 2022 Royal Society Science Book Prize sponsored by Insight Investment.
At Frankfurt: IPA Stages Its Second ‘Sustainability Summit’
The Publishers Association’s Dan Conway called sustainability ‘the issue we will all be judged on in the future.”
Richard Charkin’s Frankfurt, Day Three: ‘Climate Action’
The IPA ‘Sustainability Summit’ becomes a strong draw, this year pulling a full house to its session at the Congress Center.
Richard Charkin: A Climate-Crisis Response Checklist for Publishers
Having signed the new ‘Publishing 2030 Accelerator’ for climate action, Richard Charkin offers ‘a checklist, incomplete, possibly incoherent.’
IPA, FEP: A Climate-Crisis ‘Publishing 2030 Accelerator’
‘The time to talk is over,’ says a new international ‘Publishing 2030 Accelerator’ manifesto on the industry’s sustainability response.