Advantages of Plants

Advantages of Plants

March 8, 2013

Plants have existed long before human beings and have been part of our existence for as long as we have been walking the earth. The following infographic illustrates the advantages of plants and also it shows that how these plants improve air quality as well as how they are good for health. Source

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The Life Of A Paper Grocery Coupon

February 25, 2013

The production of paper grocery coupons destroys 13.62 million trees each year. That breaks down to 1.135 million trees each month – roughly the number of trees it takes to fill New York City’s Central Park twice over. A full breakdown of the lifecycle of a paper grocery coupon is available on this infographic Source

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An E-filing Environment – Did You Know?

December 28, 2012

E-filing tax returns has been increasing steadily in the last eight years, which is good news for our trees. Learn how e-filing helps our environment. Source

A leafy infographic for Earth Day

A leafy infographic for Earth Day

November 23, 2012

The folks at Emma created this green infographic to showcase the value a single tree can provide to Earth’s inhabitants. Even if you didn’t participate in Earth Day this year at least you can have a new respect for that tree that dumps those countless bags of leaves on your yard each fall. Source

Tree Bombing: An Ingenius and Elegant Solution

Tree Bombing: An Ingenius and Elegant Solution

November 12, 2012

Tree bombing, which is also known as aerial forestation, has been around for years while not that many people know of it. This infographic explains tree bombing and points out all of the useful benefits tree bombing brings. Reducing CO2 and producing oxygen makes tree bombing a useful and practical tool. Source

A Closer Look at the Christmas Tree Industry

A Closer Look at the Christmas Tree Industry

October 24, 2012

Christmas time is a time to be with family, friends, and celebrate peace and love. Christmas time also comes with presents stuffed under Christmas trees and those plush green pines are big business. This infographic looks at the Christmas tree industry and all of the statistics that define it.

Where The Trees Are

Where The Trees Are

September 3, 2012

Trees are one of Earth’s largest banks for storing the carbon that gets emitted by natural processes and human activities. Forests cover about 30 percent of the planet’s surface, and as much as 45 percent of the carbon stored on land is tied up in forests. But did global forests hold more or less carbon […]

What is the Asian Longhorned Beetle?

What is the Asian Longhorned Beetle?

August 25, 2012

The Asian longhorned beetle (Anoplophora glabripennis) poses a serious threat to hardwood trees and wood products. The beetle kills trees in America by digging into the trunks and branches and has no natural predators. If the beetle becomes established nationwide, through the use of wood pallets shipping to and from China, it could cause more […]

The Impact of Online Classes

The Impact of Online Classes

June 7, 2012

Most of the world’s paper supply, about 71 percent, is not made from timber harvested at tree farms but from forest-harvested timber, from regions with ecologically valuable, biologically diverse habitat. Source