Chopsticks – Can We Reuse, Reduce, or Recycle?
Like disposable forks and knives, coffee cups, and shopping bags, chopsticks fall into the category of items whose useful life span is about 10 minutes. Given the amount of time, effort, and energy…
How Wooden Chopsticks Are Killing Nature
Next time you’re eating Asian cuisine, you could do the planet a favor and take your own chopsticks. Here’s what a difference it could make.
Chopping for Chopsticks
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In The Hand, A Forest: A Small Look at the Huge Impact of Disposable Chopsticks
Using disposable wooden chopsticks is numbingly simple (unwrap, eat, throw away) and arrestingly common, to the point that wondering about where and how they are made seems a strange and difficult …
China Produces 80 Billion Disposable Chopsticks Per Year, Putting its Forests at Risk
China is now using 80 billion pairs of disposable wooden chopsticks, prompting the government to call on people to use different cutlery to save Chinese forests.
Deforestation. This article compares the ecological impact of disposable wooden chopsticks and disposable plastic cutlery; remember that Jan-Stix are reusable, and use FDA-approved materials.
Greenpeace Advocates for Reusable Chopsticks in China - video Dailymotion
For more news & videos visit ☛http://english.ntdtv.comMost people in China don't think twice about using wooden chopsticks to eat with. But one environmental activist group is trying to change that. The group Greenpeace wants people to use metal or plastic chopsticks that are reusable... because close to four million trees are cut down to make the popular utensil.Environmental activist group Green Peace is raising awareness about just how many trees it takes to make chopsticks in China every…