Disney takes a page from The Lorax — announces a new paper policy

Disney, recognizing its heavy paper footprint as the world’s largest publisher of children’s books and magazines, has announced it will be changing its paper policies to try to stop the degradation of rainforests in Southeast Asia.

The change comes as a victory for indigenous Indonesians, rainforest wildlife and the atmosphere, which are all being harmed by the vociferous consumption of rainforests by logging in Indonesia.

Green Magic At Disney World

By Barbara Kessler ORLANDO — From the moment we clicked through the turnstiles at Walt Disney World, we morphed into rabid consumers, sopping up junk food like starving pirates and flitting from the rain forest to Neverland to the Haunted Mansion like Peter Pan...