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In the world, 42% of all trees are cut down by the paper making industry. The number of trees needed to produce the amount of paper consumed in a 24-hour period is close to a staggering 12 million. On average, the amount of carbon dioxide emitted from the amount of paper consumed by a single person over a year is equivalent to the amount of carbon dioxide emitted for a round-trip flight over the Atlantic Ocean. Accordingly, the "green bookmark" is suggested, which is a practice for reducing our use of paper that can be taken up in our daily life.
Busan, South Korea
Koo Ja Rim