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Why Paper Recycling is So Important Part Five

April 08, 2011


    A particularly devastating example of this is the coral reefs – the largest organic structures on the planets and the only ones that can be seen from space. These are so large that they provide a home for millions of variations of marine life and without them those creatures would not be able to survive. Because global warming is heating up the sea however this is making it more acidic and that is killing off the coral reefs. While paper recycling won’t turn back the clock on this process – won’t ‘bring back’ the coral reefs that have already suffered, it will however slow the process down significantly and it will save future ones from dying out.
    So by paper recycling you save trees, but by saving trees you save the environment and millions of species of animals. This makes it certainly worthwhile and definitely something you should look into.

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