This is no joke. The University of Wisconsin at Green Bay (fitting) goes green by changing their default font from Arial to Century Gothic on its email system. By making this minor switch the university will save potentially $10K per gallon (30%) in the cost of printer ink when students print emails on campus. The school’s director of computing says the decision is part of the school's five-year plan to go green.

Give Century Gothic a try in your office or home and be eco-friendly while saving money today!

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  1. This is fantastic! I'm putting this on facebook!

  2. They could try one of the "ecofonts" that are available and move to 25% less toner usage for printing text. Ecofonts actually have small holes in them, so less toner is used to print a character.

    They could/should also look at the default resolution and greyscale that they are printing in.

  3. This is the top story on Yahoo today!