Appeal launched to turn Christmas cards into trees From This Is Wiltshire As Twelfth Night approaches, the Woodland Trust and M are encouraging Swindon residents to recycle their Christmas cards in a bid to see more trees planted in the UK.
M has pledged to plant one tree for every 1,000 cards recycled in stores and has set an ambitious target to collect and recycle more than six million cards across the UK, which would mean more than 6,000 new trees in the ground. James coach outlet stores colorado Shorney, Store Manager at M Swindon, said: "As we reach Twelfth Night, thoughts coach outlet locations 9 news turn to 'un decking' the halls and taking down the tree. We're urging Swindon residents to use our Christmas coach pocketbooks card recycling boxes in order to ensure that we can meet our ambitious target and plant 6,000 new trees in the coach outlet atlanta knights UK." The Woodland Trust's Joanne Mathieson said: "The benefits of tree cover have never been clearer.
Our forests, woods and trees play a vital role in reducing the impact of climate change and protecting our important ecosystems. Placing a card in your usual green wheelie bin is fantastic and allows us to get the maximum benefit from every piece of paper, but M Christmas card collection boxes go even better than this: they also directly allow us to plant more woodland and grow new homes for hundreds of species, from dormice to woodpeckers, beetles to butterflies.".
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