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More than 100 million trees’ worth of junk mail arrive in American mailboxes each year---the equivalent of deforesting the Rocky Mountain National Forest 4 times per year.


Unlike many other polluting industries, junk mailers are not directly regulated by federal laws when causing environmental damage.


Some companies that consume our natural resources make efforts to replace these resources. For example there are some companies in the lumber industry that have forests re-population programs extending out 50-150 years from now; however, many junk mailing companies do not even make any considerations for the environment.


Over 250,000 homes could be heated with one day’s supply of junk mail.

It's all over the news - the environment- and new studies are coming out proving that humans are having an impact on it. There are also a number of studies coming out showing that people want to do something about it, especially, when it comes to unnecessary waste and needless consumption of natural resources. It is for these very reasons that USJunkmail.com and our upcoming GreenAlert.org are taking particular interests regarding these important matters.

According to NASA's most recent report:

"Recently observed change in Arctic temperatures and sea ice cover may be a harbinger of global climate changes to come, according to a recent NASA study. Satellite data -- the unique view from space -- are allowing researchers to more clearly see Arctic changes and develop an improved understanding of the possible effect on climate worldwide.

The Arctic warming study, appearing in the November 1 issue of the American Meteorological Society's Journal of Climate, shows that compared to the 1980s, most of the Arctic warmed significantly over the last decade, with the biggest temperature increases occurring over North America."

Source: http://www.nasa.gov/centers/goddard/news/topstory/2003/1023esuice.html


"For the first time, scientists have confirmed Earth is melting at both ends, which could have disastrous effects for coastal cities and villages."
"Antarctica has been called "a slumbering giant" by a climate scientist who predicts that if all the ice melted, sea levels would rise by 200 feet. Other scientists believe that such a thing won't happen, but new studies show that the slumbering giant has started to stir... According to the National Academy of Sciences, Earth's surface temperature has risen by about 1 degree Fahrenheit in the last century, with accelerated warming during the last two decades. Most of the warming over the last 50 years is attributable to human activities through the buildup of greenhouse gases —" "We now must choose between a serious problem that we can probably handle and, if we don't act soon, unmitigated disaster down the road," Hansen said.

Source: http://reference.aol.com/article?id=20060302121809990001

North Pole Meets South Pole: Earth Is Melting at Both Ends
Melting Ice Caps Could Spell Disaster for Coastal Cities


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