November 2020 edition of FSC® Forest Matters
Dare we mention the dreaded C word? Even though I don’t feel quite ready for this, the November 2020 edition of FSC® Forest Matters is aimed towards the festive period.
The first article contains information about the additional waste we produce during this time.
Did you know that the amount of waste produced increases by 30%?
Statistics show that 72% of people would still like to receive a physical Christmas Card. Despite the wonderful world of digital cards being available to us.
The FSC® ensures that your Christmas cards this year come from forests that are managed with consideration for people, wildlife, and the environment
You can also read the full article.
The second article is again aimed at responsibly sourced Christmas Trees.
For Christmas 2020 Forestry England will be selling around 1,600 homegrown, Norway Spruce trees labelled as FSC® certified. They will be selling the trees from approximately 8 sites in England.
You find further information about this in their full article.
In addition to this, you can also read the full newsletter in your browser.
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