We are proud to present to you a song we wrote about FSC paper. It's called MSEL Paper, named after our group. It's a parody of the Dunder Mifflin song from The Office. The beginning includes our personal reflections about skills we gained during this project. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnpuROHW9kw
Here at Tree Lovers, we believe that any small act of leadership/sustainability will have a huge positive impact on the community. If everyone took small steps towards become more eco-friendly, then the world would be in an upscale movement to preserve our Earth.
Take this video for example. It's about how the wolves changed the rivers. Click on it and check it out. We hope you get as inspired as we did after watching it.
Let this video prove a point. If we all pitch in, we can make a change. Start by doing something small like switching to sustainable FSC paper, and you'll be amazed by the positive effects.
Thank you to Rasmus Fog for crafting this poem about trees for us. We love hearing from other concerned environmentalists. Please feel free to contact us. We can answer any questions you have. And now, please enjoy this poem:
What a calamity that people can chop down trees
Without sleeping without trees
Will we ever wake up to a world? - To world without trees
Tis ‘outrageous that people
Ripped the trees that give us...
Economical is the way
Else, will we fall into a consummation?
Lose the heirs, which would have ruled this world
Other will see the dread,
Vain is the act, awry is our ego
Even though we devoutly grab our slings
Respect have a bourn, th’ fortune have too
Sicklied is our empire, absent trees...
Crack my world with a Bodkin
Oppose my call, for a penny
Maybe, perchance... We die among trees
Tree Lovers is happy to announce that the Dixie School District in San Rafael, California has adopted an Environmentally Preferable Purchasing Policy to commit to Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified paper! This policy will go into effect in August of 2016. Just by switching to FSC paper, the Dixie School District will save a total of 366 trees per year!