First off, what does it mean to “go green” Adopting practices that reduce your overall impact on the environment. These may include reducing your energy usage, recycling, using public transportation, buying local products, and/or designing, remodeling, or buying a home that is more energy efficient. This process was adopted by Neenah Paper and they are trying to let everyone know about it. They are FSC certified and are committed to the restoration of the environment. And not only does Neenah offer a vast variety of bright white and natural colored recycled papers, but also the majority of the text on the paper is chlorine free. You may wonder, well, where do they get their paper or where does it come from? Neenah uses paper made from alternative fibers such as cotton, bamboo, and sugar cane bagasse. So cool. If you want more information on this pamphlet you can visit http://www.neenahpaper.com or check out this awesome book: Neenah Green At-a-Glance Guide.