Sometimes its the smallest actions that can lead to the biggest change.
Just by becoming a fan of the Plant a Tree Drive on Facebook, iChapters will plant a tree on your behalf. Its really that easy, and with just a few clicks, youll help iChapters towards their goal of planting more than 100,000 trees.
For students interested in helping the environment, iChapters allows you to buy textbooks that havent been printed on paper, and havent been shipped across the US in carbon spewing trucks. In addition, digital textbooks save students money, and add advanced features like easy searching and offline viewing.
The last iChapters Plant a Tree Drive resulted in more than 57,000 trees being planted, so this time, the bar has been set even higher.
If youd like to do even more to help out the environment, iChapters has partnered with a Jogo Green to put on a green quiz that will test your knowledge of the environment. For every 10 questions that you answer correctly, iChapters will plant an additional tree on your behalf.
If every company gave back the way that iChapters does, and focused their energies on helping the environment rather than boosting their bottom line, I think that the world would be a much better place.
Any help that you can provide would be greatly appreciated, so join up, tell a few friends, and lets make a difference together.
- Cory OBrien
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