Our planet loses
15 billion trees a year
93% of paper is made from trees.
Paper is made by processing the wood and its fiber. It all starts by cutting down trees.
Adverse effects of deforestation has affected the population of bees who have been shown to be valuable pollinators of crops such as macadamias and mangos.
The main cause of this devastating loss of species is human activity, which accounts for the destruction of approximately 35.8 million acres of forestland every year.