Trees provide oxygen – without trees, we cannot breathe.
This is why forests are often called the ‘lungs of the planet’. Forests are home to hundreds of thousands of different plants and animals. They are wonderful places to visit and you can do lots of things such as building dens, exploring and cycling. That’s why at Eco Kids Planet, we are passionate about ensuring that we only use paper that is sustainable and responsible. All of our magazines, letters and envelope use FSC certified paper. We believe this is the right thing to do because:
What does FSC mean to Eco Kids Planet Magazine?
Our magazine is only printed on material that is a mixture of FSC certified forests, recycled material or other controlled sources.
Here is what one of our readers, Lyra, thinks about us using FSC paper.
"I am very grateful for Eco Kids magazine but I, Lyra Matilda, have realised that they
FSC means Forest Stewardship Council.
FSC says cut trees! Plant trees! Look after animals and humans they say!
Lyra says to look for the FSC label!"
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