The Great Debate: Real or Artificial Christmas Tree

Harleen Sodhi

Harleen has always been one to advocate for an array of environmental issues to her friends, family, and anyone that would listen. While studying political science equipped her with the knowledge to tackle global crises, she believed what truly needed the spotlight was the environment. With further study in sustainability, she wants to encourage others to live a life that is fulfilling, yet not harmful to others or the natural world.

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  1. teresa says:

    ahh this is a very informative yet endearing post because I would assumed housing an artificial tree would be more sustainable as well without considering the benefits of a used tree to habitat revival projects 🙁 my 2021 fall goal would definitely be getting a real tree for my house haha

  2. Marc-Antoni says:

    I’ve come across a number of Christmas Tree Rentals, mostly in the UK – hopefully they now have these in Canada & beyond?! https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/12/londoners-rental-christmas-tree-sustainability/
    They’ll rent you the living tree in a pot. When you’re done with it in Jan, they pick it up & return it back to the farm. Not only can that, you rent the same tree again the following year (if you get attached), but when the tree reaches 7ft it retires & gets planted in a forest!😮🌲

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