Sustainability in Business Cards

One thing that has started to become apparent in this modern day and age is that the manner in which we conduct business at any given point in time is really not all that sustainable in any way, shape or form if you look at it from an environmental perspective. A big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that business practices were designed for efficiency, and sometimes efficiency requires the use of resources that will quite quickly run out if we are not careful.

A really great example of this that we can think of has to do with Black Metal Kards. Business cards are usually made out of paper, and this means that they are going to require trees being cut down before they can be manufactured. As we all know, there is a limited number of trees in the world. What’s more is that trees are crucial if we want to work towards converting things like carbon dioxide into oxygen, the only gas that we can breathe and sustain our biological processes rather than just dying outright.

What all of this means is that we need to start changing the manner in which business cards end up being made, otherwise it’s fairly likely that a point will come where we just won’t have enough trees left for this industry at all. This is a problem that needs to be solved as soon as possible because climate change is going to become much worse in the coming years and we are fast approaching a tipping point after which it will be impossible for us to go back to how things used to be.

Natalia Gulidova

Natalia Gulidova, born in California, a 35-year old vineyard owner. She learned winemaking at her early age. Her family legacy, a winery, has been run by her for three years that made her an expert on wines. Felicity is one of the top wine suppliers all around the world.