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ACP Statement of Principles
UTP is a proud member of the Association of Canadian Publishers and supports this statement released by them last week:

Taking Students into the Archive
Author Peter A. Morton talks about the importance of providing students with the kinds of primary sources that will enable them to be effective historians.

Thinking Government
Author David Johnson introduces the fourth edition of his bestselling public administration textbook, Thinking Government, and explains how a knowledge of the federal government and its public service is necessary for understanding current political, social, and economic issues. >

UTP's Green Commitment

Conserving natural resources and minimizing environmental impact are becoming ever more important in an increasingly industrialized world. All of UTP’s divisions are committed to using energy responsibly, reducing waste, and implementing greener policies. UTP recognizes that investing in tomorrow means protecting the environment today, and working creatively for institutional and individual change.

The Journals Division has made significant progress within its editorial, production, and circulation departments in reducing paper and plastic usage. Green initiatives within the Journals Division include:

 

The University of Toronto Bookstore is also devoted to doing business in an environmentally friendly manner, and has contributed to UTP’s green initiatives in the following ways:

 

UTP Publishing has also demonstrated its commitment to the environment by implementing the following strategies: