Last Monday I wrote about how I had launched a small revolution, in the form of less paper in the EESC’s management board meetings. One week on, encouragingly, the revolution has quietly grown, as the photograph shows, with a few more colleagues bringing along their PCs and hence avoiding the previous usual piles of paper. This is excellent news. If the top management can do it, all parts of the house should be able to do it. That is good news for the environment and also good news for us: less ink and paper used, less waste paper to be recycled and also, incidentally, the advantage of electronically accessible archiving of all meeting documents.