Around the world, consumers are continuing to understand the importance of their everyday consumption. Individuals, organizations, and governments are all taking action to combat the climate crisis.
We know that clean energy is key to creating a livable planet, but the conversations about how to get there can be confusing. You may have heard the term “carbon footprint” but what is it exactly? A carbon footprint is the total amount of greenhouse gas emissions that an item or action produces. Drive to work? That’s part of your carbon footprint. Always forget your reusable bags and ask for plastic at the grocery store? Part of your carbon footprint.
Of course, paper products are part of our carbon footprints as well. Luckily, we can reduce our carbon footprint by using recycled fiber in our paper products rather than virgin materials.
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