Every second a tree is cut down for the US magazine industry. One ton of magazine paper made from virgin fiber requires fifteen trees (Conservatree). When the pulp for paper comes from recovered waste paper (rather than trees), we can save our native and endangered forests. Learn more about recycling and forests


The process of paper production, consumption, and disposal leaves behind a trail of greenhouse gas emissions that escalate global climate change. Recycled paper uses less energy throughout its life-cycle. Learn more about recycling and the climate


In some cases, paper and pulp companies violate the land rights of indigenous peoples and rural communities. Manufacturing paper also pollutes local water sources and the air we breathe. Recycled paper protects land and is less polluting than virgin paper. Learn more about recycling and communities