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How to Save Trees by Using less paper

1.Cut down on buying magazines. Instead, share magazine and return unwanted catalogs to the sender. 2.Don’t make exceptions at restaurants. If a waiter/waitress brings you napkins, just say no nicely. Ask for a cloth napkin instead. 3.Try to use non “glossy” newspapers. The gloss one can be harder to recycle due to their topped coat of clay, although printing techniques have changed in recent years, so ask the publisher to confirm that the newspaper breaks down with ease.

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How to Save Trees by Saving office and study paper

1.Before printing a picture or document, ask yourself, “Do I really need to print this out?” If you’re writing a paper for school, most teachers will accept neat handwritten work. 2.Try to use both sides of your papers. Use a printer that prints on both sides automatically e.g. HP Officejet Pro 8500 A909g Series or a similar printer of other make. Make a draft box(if you are in your office). Put in this box all the papers that have been printed on one side and use them as draft papers. 3.Ask your boss to buy recycled paper for your workplace.

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How to Save Trees by Lobbying

1.Write letters to government officials, trying to persuade them to go as paperless as they can. 2.Tell others about the need to add more trees to the world.

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Go Green in Office

We are living a life of consumerism. We spent most of our time in our office to buy thing that we don’t need but we want. And changing that philosophy of living is next to impossible. What we can do is reduce the side effects of our life style on earth so that we have a place to live tomorrow. Being a Green Citizen is something that is in our hand. We can do it at home and we can even do it in our office. Employer and employee both have to go hand in hand to implement these methods and process that will be able to help earth breath a better air. Here are some ideas on how to go about it. 1.Sta...

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Go Green Furniture

Some of us love our furniture and for some it’s merely something that is there due to necessity. If me make the right choices in the furniture and make it as environment friendly as possible, we will be doing our home planet a huge favour. The new age designers inspired by modern sustainability movement are coming up with some beautiful eco friendly furniture. Here we will give out some ways with which you can make the right choice about the furniture you buy. Eco friendly furniture is innovative and cost effective at the same time and can light up your home. So here are some tips on how u can...

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How to Save Trees

We all have seen many write-ups on why we should save trees, very few on how. As we know with the amount of deforestation in the current era, if we don’t replace the tress and stop deforestation there will be a time, when we won’t have oxygen emitting trees, in other words “End of world”. So let’s talk little about how to save tree. We already know the basic things like planting more trees and recycling. Planting more trees is the best way, but it takes more way too many years for the sapling to be a fully grown oxygen emitting tree. So we can’t depend on just planting trees, again that doesn’...

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Every single tree counts a green world – together let’s make it happen!

Did you know that all around the world, 3 to 6 billion trees are cut down each and every year. This has to do with the demand for goods that are produced from trees. Writing paper and household tissues are an illustration of this, as well as the timber used to construct homes. And unfortunately, we need the things that the trees produce but we can do something about the depletion of our forests. Trees are celebrated on Arbor Day and the idea is that we should plant trees at that time but this is not really tackling the issue. This is because virtually all individuals aren’t going out and plant...

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Home alone is not always fun

In the crowded world we all yearn for solitude and in few years our wish might come true. With the current rate of deforestation and usage of natural resources which are non renewable, its matter of years when we lose hold on the natural order of this. Chaos theory looks exciting but not everyone sees the other side of it. The major catastrophic events that brought chaos on earth is said to be the ice age and asteroid in Jurassic era, which wiped out millions of species from the face of the earth. The world forest has reduced to merely 20% of what it used to be there few years ago. And the ma...

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Plant More Trees To Save The Earth

Did you know that all around the world, 3 to 6 billion trees are cut down each and every year. This has to do with the demand for goods that are produced from trees. Writing paper and household tissues are an illustration of this, as well as the timber used to construct homes. And unfortunately, we need the things that the trees produce but we can do something about the depletion of our forests. Trees are celebrated on Arbor Day and the idea is that we should plant trees at that time but this is not really tackling the issue. This is because virtually all individuals aren’t going out and plant...

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Grow And Save Trees

Trees protect the environment against soil erosion, siltation and flooding. Soil erosion causes us to lose valuable agricultural soil to our dams and the sea. Siltation is when soil ends up in our Rivers and dams. This has an impact on flow rate of the river making it more easy to flood as well as reduce the capacity of the dams. As water moves quicker over terrain devoid of vegetation rivers tend to flood easier and more severely. So planting trees reduces the flow and therefore the thread of flooding. Score of animals live in trees and the habitat that they provide. A single tree is good, cl...

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How To Save Trees ?

In this world we live in, trees are constantly neglected as forests are cut down to build buildings, and other things we need. Here is how to help conserve the planet’s beloved trees. 1.Recycle in a smart way: Cut down on and share magazines, return unwanted catalogs to the sender. Look for tips on recycling so you know that your efforts will be rewarded with recycled material. Throw paper and cardboard in a bag separately from cans, glass and plastics 2.Try to use both sides of your papers. Use a printer that prints on both sides automatically e.g. HP Officejet Pro 8500 A909g Series or a sim...

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More Trees, More Oxygen, Long Life..

Do you know how much green surface area is required to provide for your daily oxygen intake that you breathe from air? Each one of us requires 625 square feet surface area of greenery to produce our daily oxygen needs, isn’t that good enough reason to save trees.treee Here are some of the reasons why one should save trees: Trees clean the air: Trees help cleanse the air by intercepting airborne particles, reducing heat, and absorbing pollutants such as carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide, and nitrogen dioxide. Trees are Effective Sound Barriers: Trees are as effective as stone walls in stopping s...

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Ten Tips to Save Paper

Here are some handy ideas to reduce your impact on the environment and save paper. Print duplex or two to a page- Print on both sides of the page or print two pages to a single side (also called N-Up printing). Combine both of these to print four pages on only one piece of paper! Not only save paper but also take longer to reach your print quota! Use PDF and go digital- Send business documents by e-mail in PDF format rather than printing and then faxing/mailing them. You no longer need to print, sign and send. Use an electronic signature and email documents that require a signature. While you’...

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Save Paper Save Tree

Why you should save paper? When we save paper, we reduce the need to cut down trees. Paper accounts for more than half of all municipal solid waste. Anything we can do to save paper will help reduce the amount of trash going into landfills, and it will also reduce energy use and pollution associated with manufacturing, transporting, and recycling new paper products. Whether you have a home office or work in an office with others, you can save paper by implementing some minor changes in your work habits. Tips to Save Paper: Make every effort for the “Paperless Office“: Computers seem to have a...

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Go Green at Work

If you’re already taking environmentally friendly steps at home, it’s a natural extension to take similar measures at work, both to save energy and to create a healthier workspace environment. Making the environment more pleasant for yourself, more energy efficient, and more eco-friendly will increase your enjoyment of the workplace and lessen its impact on the environment as a whole. Being energy and resource efficient and conscious of improving the health and well-being of the work environment will also reduce the costs of running a business. It’s time to “go green” at work, and here is how...

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RELATION OF PAPER AND TREE…SAVE TREE AND LIVE AN AWESOME LIFE….

Many people have heard the statistic that “a ton of recycled paper saves 17 trees.” The “17 trees” number was popularized by Conservatree when it was a paper distributor, based on a report to Congress in the 1970s. It was calculated for newsprint, which is made in a totally different papermaking process from office and printing papers. But it was the best number anyone had, so it became the number everyone used to calculate number of trees saved by recycled paper, or number of trees cut to make virgin paper, no matter what type of paper they were talking about. Paper is made from a mix of typ...

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CONSIDERATIONS IN CALCULATING TREES TO PAPER

What kind of paper are you talking about? Paper made in a “mechanical” or “groundwood” process (e.g. newsprint, telephone directories, base sheet for low-cost coated magazine and catalog papers) uses trees about twice as efficiently as paper made in the “kraft” or “freesheet” process (e.g. office and printing papers, letterhead, business cards, copy paper, base sheet for higher-quality coated magazine and catalog papers, advertising papers, offset papers). Is the paper “coated” or “uncoated”? The fiber in a coated paper (most often used for magazines and catalogs, with a clay coating that may...

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