Where The Leaves Fall Issue #6
The themes for this issue are vulnerable, accessible, and sustainable, alongside a series of dialogues.
Where the Leaves Fall is a magazine that explores humankind’s push-pull relationship with the natural world. Printing is traditionally one of the most wasteful industries, and we’ve taken great care to make sure that Where the Leaves Fall is printed in the most sustainable way possible. The size and page count of the magazine are designed to maximise the use of the paper sheets the magazine is produced from. The magazine is printed in the UK by Seacourt, which uses 100% renewable energy and creates zero waste to landfill. Its waterless printing technology has saved millions of litres of water and reduced volatile organic compounds by 98%. A wormery happily munches through staff food waste, while paper waste and print plates are recycled. In 2017, the European Commission awarded the company an EMAS.