The answer is YES - at least in the case of Klimatorium. Firstly, brochures and catalogs are produced so that the user can choose either the paper version or the electronic version.

And then the print editions are produced successively - small editions and never more than is really needed. And most importantly, local companies are used - short transport distances - and with clear goals for the operation to be as close to a circular production as possible.

Climatorium's graphic designers are from Harboøre - the company Complot Medie - the printing house is Strandbygaard and the paper is from Skjern Papirfabrik - the latter two both from Skjern.

"There is a growing market and demand for climate-friendly printed matter". Said by Claus Scotwin from Strandbygaard Grafisk. The company works on the basis of the EU's environmental management scheme, which means that it is continuously working to reduce the direct environmental impacts in the form of energy and resource consumption, waste production and emissions - which are greenhouse gases, air pollution and wastewater.

The paper for Climatorium's brochures and catalogs is 100% cut from the rest of the production at Skjern Papirfabrik. The factory is Denmark's only paper producer, and it is characterized as one of the world's most sustainable paper mills.