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The Power of Outdoor Play

Marco, Polo. Remember when this was a real, live game? Remember the excitement (and the splashing) when you got close to catching someone? And those long nights when the fireflies were the only lights as you played “Ghost in the Graveyard?” Those were real games, played in real life, without electronics.

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Corporate Sustainability: Supply Chains

As information becomes increasingly accessible, society is more in tune with our impact on the planet. In just the past 20 years, we’ve seen an increased awareness of climate issues worldwide. And in the corporate sphere, this is perhaps more apparent than anywhere else.

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Major Sustainability Events

Sixteen-year-old climate activist and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Greta Thunberg is bringing much-needed attention to the threat of global climate change. And not a second too soon. There are real and imminent dangers to our planet that we must address now, and Greta’s commitment to confronting world leaders and asking us all to educate ourselves is a huge wake-up call.

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What Is One Dream, One Tree?

At Double A Paper, we have a dream to plant over 500,000 trees by February 2020. 

Our One Dream, One Tree initiative is a simple but powerful way to add more life-giving oxygen to the planet in a sustainable way, and supports the farmers that bring Double A Paper to life. With your help, we can reach this goal.

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Mark Your Calendars for These Sustainability Dates

Most resolutions start with the beginning of a new year. When it comes to sustainability, however, you don’t have to wait until January to begin making changes to your lifestyle. Starting in November 2019, there are some key dates to watch out for, which will help to promote a more eco-conscious society and help put you on a path to a more sustainable lifestyle. Let’s take a look at these sustainability events you can’t afford to miss.

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The Plastic Epidemic

We’ve reached a dangerous turning point on this planet. Microplastics are literally raining from the sky, according to a recent report published in the journal Nature Geoscience. This is no longer a problem, it’s an epidemic.

Microscopic pieces of plastic have seeped into our waterways, oceans, food, drinking water, and now, the air we breathe. Each piece of plastic that ends up in a landfill or water source slowly breaks down, shedding tiny pieces of plastic into our ecosystems. Plastic is harming the natural world. Plants and animals are already experiencing the negative effects of our disposable lifestyle. Now is the time to create change.

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