Planting paper as a control measure can seem paradoxical It may not seem like it, but global warming is obviously one of the major challenges facing children in the 21st century. Of course, it is essential that we prioritise education and choices for these children to feel good about themselves and live well as adults.
Nevertheless, it is perfectly compatible, by raising awareness of the environment and the value of resources, keeping the course towards a preserved planet. It is through small everyday gestures, through a constellation of proactive actions that we can all, at our own level, contribute to protecting our environment and fighting against global warming. The use of seeded paper, which is at the same time recycled paper, is a good example of the contributions we can make on a daily basis towards the goal of sustainable development, which is to build a better future for our planet.
Why using planting paper is one of the best ways to fight climate change
- Our planting paper is made from waste paper that we recycle ourselves in the most environmentally responsible way possible. For example, we use locally recovered waste paper as raw material, we do not use chemical bleaching or de-inking, and we reuse the water in the work tank where we make our seeded paper as much as possible.
- It is a paper containing organic and farmer's seed (reproducible) that is suitable for pollination, fertilizing the soil, or that we can consume directly. Thus, you will find in our mixtures melliferous field flowers, edible flowers and aromatic plants.
- If, for our occasions, our celebrations, for all the instances where we know that the paper we use is destined to be thrown away, we could choose recycled paper or seeded paper, it will be a great way to reduce paper waste while actively sending out beautiful messages for the planet. So for your business cards, gift tags, brochures, announcements, calendars, even your love notes... think about it!
How can the use of seeded paper contribute to the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals?
Prevention of deforestation Deforestation: According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, more than ten million hectares of land are lost every year to deforestation. One of the uses of these cut trees is the manufacture of paper that will be sold, of course, into stationery, cardboard, brochures, greeting cards, and other single-use items. But imagine if we didn't have to cut down trees to make paper, if we could limit this impact through our daily choices? Choosing which paper to plant is not an ordinary decision, but a decision for a greener future for us and our children.
It contributes to the harmonisation of the environment Planting paper contains seeds of wild flowers. It can be planted and will give beautiful flowers that will enrich biodiversity and attract all those other pollinators that also have their essential part in the preservation of a healthy and balanced environment. A rich biodiversity, even in our cities, contributes to the quality and purity of the air we breathe, while allowing spaces to be cooled during hot periods and restoring the water cycle.
The use of plastic will be significantly reduced Plastic Ocean International estimates that more than 10 million tonnes of plastic are dumped into the ocean each year. The consequences of this are the marine animals that pay the highest price with an estimated death toll of one million animals. By using recycled paper whenever we could use plastic or paper made from virgin pulp, we reduce the chances of it ending up in our oceans, our cities and our forests.
By ensuring that what we throw away is already biodegradable, we break this "waste production chain" by restoring a cycle to the objects we use.
By ensuring that it can be sown, we go even further and allow the banal gesture of throwing away, which harms our environment, to be replaced by the eco-responsible gesture of sowing, which contributes to its preservation.
Herb seeds Paper for planting is also a paper that you can plant at home, on your balconies, window boxes or windows, to grow some of the food you eat regularly. And that means less transport, packaging and carbon emissions for food that you will have the pleasure of seeing grow at home!
Recycling waste is one of the keys to combating climate change. It is a duty to the world and to the next generation.
The choice to use and promote, moreover, planting paper is one of the most beautiful ways not only to avoid a negative impact, but beyond that, to reverse the movement and make the act of throwing away a way to contribute to the development of biodiversity and the preservation of the environment.