A lot of people have argued that paper soon will become obsolete, what with the world going digital and all. But looking at the current state of affairs, that argument seems far from plausible. From our writing table to notebooks, posters to cardboard boxes to magazines, paper has become an indispensable part of our everyday lives.
Paper is made from trees, and every single part of the tree is either chopped up to make products or burned to create energy. If we could just recycle one morning newspaper every day, we could save 41,000 trees from being cut down and greatly reduce our carbon footprint. Recycling old paper products uses 60% less energy than manufacturing it from new materials.
To address the issue of paper wastage, the teachers from Royal School conducted Recycling and Environmental Awareness workshop. The program was organized at our School last Friday. The program focused on recycling paper, plastic bottles, etc... and make something with it.
They made wonderful animals (which is the monthly topic)!! Congratulations!!