Submitted: The Two Sides Team April 16, 2015
Download and share new myth-busting infographic about Paper and Sustainable Forestry.
Chicago, April 16, 2015 –Two Sides North America announces the release of an engaging infographic that presents key facts about the relationship between Paper and Sustainable Forestry, and encourages people to share it in celebration of Earth Day (April 22, 2015).
The wise use of the world’s forests is critical to our survival and a healthy environment. Forests are vital in maintaining life as we know it, as they:
We are often led to believe that using paper is bad for the environment and that forest practices always lead to eroded lands and fewer trees—not so in North America! As the Two Sides infographic illustrates:
Over the last 20 years the forest industry worldwide has developed a number of respected certification programs that ensure the paper you use has come from a sustainable forest source. These include the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®); the Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI®) program; the American Tree Farm System® (ATFS) and systems endorsed by the international Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC). When you buy paper and other forest products look for one of the symbols shown on the infographic and you will know you are supporting responsible forest management practices. By demanding sustainably produced forest products we create incentive to properly manage forests and preserve forested lands for future generations.
About Two Sides
Two Sides is an independent, non-profit organization created to promote the responsible production, use and sustainability of print and paper. Two Sides is active globally in North America, Europe, Australia, South Africa, Brazil and Colombia. Our members span the entire print and paper value chain, including forestry, pulp, paper, inks and chemicals, pre-press, press, finishing, publishing, printing, envelopes and postal operators. For more information about Two Sides North America, please contact us at 1-855-896-7433 or email@example.com. Visit the Two Sides website at www.twosidesna.org and follow Two Sides on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
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