CLC Paper Library
“As a paper company, what should we do to show the public the importance of resource recycling?”
-Chun-Ho Li, CLC Charity Foundation CEO
Recognizing that education is the power of social advancement, and environmental education should start from children, we advocate the “Children’s Education for Secondary Forest” program to build the “paper library” with recovered paper and design resources of paper mills in rural elementary schools. With these paper libraries, we hope that children can come in contact with paper, understand that paper desks, chairs, and bookshelves are made with recovered paper, and learn the importance of forest conservation and environmental protection, for the sustainable good of the city we live.
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|21 Paper Libraries||>15,000 students||>5,400 donation of books|
"Besides providing children with richness of reading, the paper libraries also educate them on the importance of environmental and ecosystem protection by building these libraries with recovered paper."
－Danan Elementary School in Taichung City-Headmaster, Cheng-Lung Hsieh
“Book covers were not displayed at the school library before. Now, bookshelves in the paper library are made of paper and well decorated, attracting me to read more books there. ”
－Ji Suei Elementary School in New Taipei City-Student Feedback