The 'Paper Please' campaign is asking that you try and print out e-mails, memos, and websites instead of reading them online. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Over the past 10 years the digital revolution has dramatically reduced the amount of paper that we use. Last week The Paper Association of North America announced it would be launching a new ad campaign called "Paper Please," which will encourage people to use more paper.
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