One tonne of paper requires the use of 17 full-grown trees. As a result, we should conserve paper so that fewer trees are felled. Paper can be used five to seven times before it needs to be recycled. Donating old newspapers and magazines, using double-sided printing, using a reusable grocery bag instead of paper grocery bags, and using a handkerchief instead of tissues are just a few methods to conserve paper. We should conserve, reuse, and recycle used paper. This not only saves trees, but it also saves energy and water used in the paper-making process. Furthermore, the amount of toxic chemicals utilised in the production of paper will be reduced.