Reported by the Center for Information Technology, November 25:
"Since the start of the semester on August 27th, Oberlin College has printed 745,885 pages. That's 5.58 trees consumed, 2,022.1 kg of CO2 produced, and 127,319 equivalent bulb hours used."
Presumably, that's just the printing done at public printers, and doesn't take into account the reams of paper used in offices.
Yikes. It's especially worrisome when we see large number of printouts left behind on the printer. They couldn't have been that important, eh?