- Save enough energy to power the average American home for six months.
- Save 7,000 gallons of water.
- Save 3.3 cubic yards of landfill space.
- Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by one metric ton of carbon equivalent (MTCE).
But not using the paper to begin with would do so much more.”
As you’ll see by reading his article, Go Paperless for Earth Day! @TeachPaperless has started a Google Doc asking for teachers to pledge to go paperless on Earth Day, i.e., not to use paper or accept work from students on paper that day. I think it’s a great idea, and a perfect way to celebrate Earth Day. I’m signature #44. How about you? I say we start a campaign starting with our own departments, our own schools!