Forestry

Britannica calls it quits, trees everywhere rejoice

In 1768, the first Encyclopedia Britannica was printed in Scotland. Now, 244 years later they are calling it quits. The last 32-volume set of encyclopedias was printed in 2010 and are usually printed every two years. But, the 2010 edition will be Britannica's last. The company plans to refocus its attention to digital encyclopedias and educational tools. 

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