Yesterday one of my residents dropped a leaflet under my door for a great organization called Eco-Libris which aims to replace the trees used to make books. This morning on bookmooch I noticed that they had a blog post about it too!
For each book you buy, you can go on their site (or just go do it yourself) and donate about $1 per book/tree and they will plant them where they can do the most good.
My book collection is at about 50 or so I would guess, so my cost is $47 to replace the trees I’ve borrowed.
They collaborate with some wonderful programs like sustainable harvest dot org and ripple africa.
Trees for books yay!