Big Idea

Faper

Faper

Arden Academy

Biodiversity

"The issue we have decided to tackle, is the problem of deforestation and more specifically the problem of making paper out of wood from trees. It takes 12 trees to make one ton of 100 percent of non-recycled newsprint. Every person in the United States uses 749 pounds per year, think about how many people there are in the world (7.7 billion) then times that by 749 and you get 5767.3  pounds of newsprint a year per person. This means dozens of trees are being cut down for our needs. If we continue this trend, we are eventually going to result in a rapid decrease in oxygen in 4000 years with no plants."

"Our idea is to develop a renewable source of paper, made out of fallen leaves. This is a product, service and campaign as we would supply sufficient sources of further developed paper into schools, working environments and stores globally. Our vision is to make a renewable source of paper, without having to harm the environment, land, soil or its inhabitants. Our idea and ambition is to be able to produce a sustainable source, out of fallen leaves." 

"We want to be able to make Faper a product that people can find anywhere in order to reduce the number of trees cut down each year so deforestation would be harder to achieve. By doing this, we hope to contribute to the progression of stopping climate change. The oxygen that will be produced by the trees will eventually overpower the greenhouse gasses that pollute our ozone layer in our atmosphere.  Faper - from tree to you!"

 

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