In our always-on digital age, it takes effort to be mindful. Using paper makes it easier to focus on the moment. Here are five paper activities that can help you be more mindful.
How do you prefer to receive important documents? A new campaign from Two Sides North America is fighting for consumers’ right to choose between digital and paper communications. Learn more.
The Security and Exchange Commission’s Rule 30e-3 would limit investor access to paper financial statements. Domtar is joining a legal challenge of the ruling. Learn more about Rule 30e-3 and its potential impact on investors.
New research shows that students and parents overwhelmingly prefer paper to technology when it comes to education. Find out why paper remains essential for productive learning in the latest Paper and Packaging Board Back-to-School Report.
Can paper be recycled indefinitely? Does paper recycling eliminate the need for virgin fiber? Is all recycled fiber the same? Domtar, MIT and the American Forest & Paper Association are answering these questions.
More companies are pushing paperless communications options, claiming that going paper-free is more sustainable. But such claims are often inaccurate and misleading, and, in fact, consumers tend to prefer paper over digital options.
With the new year comes new appointment books, paper planners and calendars. But in this digital age, these items haven’t gone the way of the dinosaur. They’ve not only survived; they‘ve thrived, and here’s why.
If you want to manage your finances better in the new year, start with paper statements, receipts and a simple notebook. Studies show you’ll spend less and save more with a paper-based system.