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This is a topic that we discuss regularly in my school. 

Of course many people think it's wrong, as do I, considering it's breaking the natural balance of gases and such in our atmosphere, but others think of it in a "what can we gain" approach. 

What's your thoughts?

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Idk, I love paper because what else am I gonna draw on? I just hate when it goes to waste because thousands of trees are killed to make paper.

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"TeamCullen" wrote:

Idk, I love paper because what else am I gonna draw on? I just hate when it goes to waste because thousands of trees are killed to make paper.


Yeah, since so many people chuck it away so soon, or don't recycle. Dx

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I believe there can be some sort of balance between ''gaining'' benefits out of forests without completely deforesting those lands. If I would to ask an elderly how nature was handled on the past at his/her time, I'd expect an answer like,'' we took as much as we gave to the land'' something of the sorts anyways. 

You can't choose what stays and what fades away.


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