First of all

First of all, discussing about today’s methods of education, approximately 4 billion trees or 35 percent of the total trees cut around the world are inevitably used in paper industries on every continent (Martin, 2011). For example, Eyes of the Forest, an association of Indonesian NGOs, estimates that Asia Pulp ; Paper (APP) owned by the multinational Sinar Mas conglomerate and Asian Pacific Resources International Holdings Limited (APRIL) owned by the Singapore-based Royal Golden Eagle Group cleared 2 million hectares of natural forests in Riau, accounting for nearly half the Sumatran province’s forest loss (Butler, 2012). That is to say that the Island of Sumatra in Indonesia lost around 65% of its tree’s in just a year.