Environmental Labels

Experiment on implementation of environmental labels cost of 300 thousand euros and was 50% funded by ademe and local authorities. Fans of Harry Potter's owls are plaguing British Workers bird sanctuaries in Britain are raising the alarm: the massive 'Madness' in the Harry Potter books growing number of abandoned owls. Center to rescue pets in Holivell, Wales, said that only in it now are 36 owls, abandoned people and unfit to life in the wild. According to experts, at least half of these birds were purchased for children who have read the book about a little wizard Harry or seen films based on these tales. Owl – a beautiful bird, but it must be able to handle. Children do not yet have such skills, they forget to do even basic things: for example, defrost food at night to feed the birds the next day. Take care of the paper, gentlemen! More than 50 public environmental organizations in Europe have launched a joint project of the excessive consumption of paper. Over the past half-century in the world four times increased consumption of paper products, although it would seem, is now in the era of computers, modern technology offers great opportunities for savings.

Created within the project site explains how to save paper. The site can give a solemn promise to abide by some rules save paper – do not take flyers on the street, print only if without it really impossible to do, choose two-sided printing, etc. In this case, the site will tell you how many trees, liters water, a kilogram of coal and money you can save this obligation. For the production of paper products the forest industry uses more than forty percent of the harvested timber. A large part of it produced by felling trees impressive age and forests of great conservation value. In addition, in paper production are significant emissions of greenhouse gases in excess of three times emissions across the world of aviation. Since 1960 consumption of paper in the world increased by 4 times, while consumption of printing paper – 6 times. Particularly strong paper consumption has grown into the computer era, despite the fact that new technologies seem would offer opportunities to save paper.

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