Mail can be regenerative
In nature, regeneration is the process of renewal and restoration. Regenerative production provides materials in ways that support positive outcomes for nature, which include but are not limited to healthy and stable soils, improved local biodiversity, improved air and water quality.
The production of paper for example feeds a regenerative economy in which more trees can be planted replacing those cut down. In this process, green jobs are created, carbon can be sequestered, soil health can improve, and watersheds can be secured. Leading experts explain how paper can be regenerative, and that the decisions we make around the mail we create can contribute to a circular economy.