The average human goes through around 100 toilet rolls per year. Here we explore the issue with tissue, the forests paying the price, and what we can do about it. Photo: Green is the New Black The average human goes through around 100 toilet rolls per year. Here we explore the issue with tissue, the forests paying the price, and what we can do about it. Photo: Green is the New Black
The average human goes through around 100 toilet rolls per year. Here we explore the issue with tissue, the forests paying the price, and what we can do about it. Photo: Green is the New Black

Hoarding toilet paper during coronavirus doesn’t just deprive others – it’s killing the rainforests

  • Did you know we cut down 27,000 trees every single day – some 15 per cent of global deforestation – just to make toilet paper?
  • And yet there’s a renewable alternative that can be used to make loo roll: bamboo

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The average human goes through around 100 toilet rolls per year. Here we explore the issue with tissue, the forests paying the price, and what we can do about it. Photo: Green is the New Black The average human goes through around 100 toilet rolls per year. Here we explore the issue with tissue, the forests paying the price, and what we can do about it. Photo: Green is the New Black
The average human goes through around 100 toilet rolls per year. Here we explore the issue with tissue, the forests paying the price, and what we can do about it. Photo: Green is the New Black
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