Welcome to the world of Dolce Publishing – a world made up of luxury lifestyle publications targeted to those who appreciate the good life. The philosophy behind Dolce’s publications is simple. With excellent writing and spectacular photography, each magazine showcases the best of Canadian and international luxury lifestyles – from the environment we enjoy to the homes we live in, and the quality of life we cherish – designed to help our readers experience the magnificence that is Canada.
Dolce’s magazines celebrate a zest for living, spark an exchange of ideas, and explore new experiences for the sophisticated reader who appreciates the finer things in life. Readers will learn about what’s hot and where to shop in town or abroad. With each new issue, readers will discover exciting new things to do, see and taste. Editorial features include exclusive destinations, top restaurant reviews, entertainment, the latest designer fashions, luxury cars, unique beauty products and other must-have items.
Dolce Vita Magazine and City Life Magazine are regarded as the authoritative leaders on how to spend time and money. Both publications are available in the Greater Toronto Area, York Region, the City of Vaughan, Woodbridge, Maple, Bolton, King City, Kleinburg, Concord, Aurora, Thornhill, and in the United States. Read our magazines and start living the good life!
Tree Canada Certifies Dolce Publishing Carbon Neutral
A First for the Canadian Publishing Industry
Ottawa, ON March 18, 2008 — Dolce Publishing Inc., publishers of lifestyles magazines such as Dolce, City Life and Vaughan Living, has agreed to become the first publishing company in Canada to offset its carbon emissions through the planting of trees.
“Recent talk of climate change has prompted us to embrace the social responsibility of protecting the environment from what harms it,” said Michelle Zerillo-Sosa, President of Dolce Publishing Inc.
“As a company, we are fully committed to reducing emissions, while covering stories that will educate our readers on the personal and global benefits of a greener lifestyle,” said Fernando Zerillo, Vice President of Dolce Publishing Inc.
According to Tree Canada, Dolce Publishing is responsible for the production of 101.61 tonnes of carbon dioxide during 2007-2008 as a result of its operations. To offset these emissions, the company will sponsor the planting of 831 trees, which will absorb this CO2from the air over a period of 20 years. This is in addition to measures the company has taken to implement recycling facilities while using 30% FSC paper from well-managed forests, controlled sources and recycled wood or fiber to print their magazines
“Companies like Dolce Publishing are to be commended for taking on an increasing role in helping the environment,” said Michael Rosen, President of Tree Canada. “We are pleased that Dolce Publishing has joined our growing list of carbon neutral companies,” he said.
The trees will be planted in the Sudbury region in spring 2009, under the afforestation guidelines outlined in the Kyoto Protocol and in collaboration with the City of Sudbury.
With over 11 years of experience in the publishing world, Dolce Publishing successfully continues to meet the needs of its discerning clientele living in Ontario and the United States.
Tree Canada, a not-for-profit charitable organization, is a leader in promoting the value of urban forests and encouraging individuals, communities and businesses to care for trees to reduce the harmful effects of carbon dioxide emissions. Tree Canada has planted 75 million trees, greened over 300 school yards and helped over 450 communities in their urban forest projects.
For more information please contact:
Melissa Nisbett, Communications Officer, Tree Canada
(613) 567-5545 ext 224