Feb 24, 2012

My topic for my research paper is on recycling. I think the most important thing people should understand about recycling is that it truly does make a difference. A difference that is bigger than most people usually think. While looking through waste management's "think green" website I learned that last year through waste management there was enough paper recycled to save 41 million trees. Now I understand how some people can fail to believe that recycling really makes a difference because they don't exactly see too much change or difference that recycling makes. But what I listed above is a fact, there is the proof that recycling really does make a difference. If you go onto that website you can learn about many other ways recycling is making a huge impact today.



If recycling has made an

Submitted by ninaallen on Fri, 2012-02-24 14:09.

If recycling has made an impact on the planet, why are we still in such a crisis mode about global warming? Does this mean everyone must recycle to make a difference? Or can just a small group help?


Submitted by nicoleburnett on Tue, 2012-03-06 17:36.

Those are very good questions Nina I'll look into it, thanks for the help.

What could be done to inspire

Submitted by MarieDeininger on Fri, 2012-02-24 14:10.

What could be done to inspire people to recycle?