An industrial SuperPower (of environmental destruction)

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Written by Allen Hershkowitz

Perhaps no industry has forced more species into extinction, destroyed more habitats, and polluted as many streams, rivers, and lakes.  It is a tragic irony of commerce that paper, perhaps the most ubiquitous and ephemeral of all consumer products, is manufactured by destroying timber forests, one of nature's most durable and biologically essential organisms.

Allen Hershkowitz, cited in Paper or Plastic, p.82 

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