Not exactly.

For instance, we use Eucalyptus globulus, which is a highly productive tree, which means it provides a better ratio of fibers per kg of wood than any other tree species.

Thus, we’re able to make the same amount of paper with less wood than if we used, for example, Nordic pine wood. So, using more Navigator paper means we’re actually cutting less trees than others if you use the same amount of paper.

Moreover, Navigator offers low grammage options, which means that on top of being able to use fewer trees while meeting your paper needs, you can choose even more environmentally friendly products. So, if you choose 75 g/m2 over 80 g/m2, it means you can use even more paper and know that we used fewer trees.