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HOW WE CAN SAVE THEM?

How to Save Trees ?

FOLLOWING WAYS TO SAVE TREES
We can save trees by
* Plant as much trees as possible.
* Do not cut trees until there is an extreme need.
* Prefer paperless communication instead of using paper. Make use of Internet and mobile phones to promote paperless communication.
* Minimize the use of paper towel. In place of paper towel, one can use cloth towel or hankie reducing the consumption of products made from trees (e.g. paper)
* Providing alternate fuel to rural poor for cooking (e.g.bio gas) so as to reduce cutting of trees for fuel wood
* Creating awareness among people about importance of trees and need for their conservation
* Making tours eco friendly
* Avoiding indiscriminate disposal of plastic products (especially thin plastic pick up bags)
* Online examination system should be preferred instead of taking exams on paper.
* Behind every paper bag, there are destroyed trees. Don’t use paperbacks. Reuse plastic bags, or get recycled carry totes for grocery shopping and put lunch sandwiches into reusable containers.

SOME FACTS:
* Paper can be made from a variety of other materials like cotton, hemp, grass and even elephant dung but unfortunately in most parts of the world it is made by sacrificing the trees only.
* Paper products are the largest ingredients at a waste disposal sites.
* Pulp and paper production industry is the third largest producer of air and water pollutants, waste products and the gases responsible for climatic changes (green house gases).
* Pulp and paper production is the largest industrial consumer of energy, water and forest resources.
* Huge water consumption involved in paper making process can lead to reduced water levels, required for fish and other aquatic flora and fauna along with alterations in the water temperature.
* Air discharges of the pulp industry include certain hormone disrupting and carcinogenic chemicals like the polyclinic aromatic hydrocarbons.
* About one fifth of the contents of household dustbins consist of paper and card, of which half is newspapers and magazines.
* Industrial nations with 25 per cent of the world’s population consume 90 per cent of the world’s writing and printing papers.

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