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Published: Monday 15 July, 2013

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A new campaign to create a greener yuletide by recycling Christmas cards was launched today.

The 2003 Christmas Card Recycling Campaign is run by the Woodland Trust, Tesco and WHSmith. The Woodland Trust are the UKs leading woodland conservation charity, who create and care for new native woodland.

Scots send 100 million Christmas cards each year, most of which end up in landfill sites where they contribute to greenhouse gases and climate change.

Last years scheme recycled 3.4 million cards in Scotland. Christmas cards can be placed in special recycling bins situated in all WHSmith high street stores and all Tesco stores throughout Scotland from January 6 to February 2.

The proceeds will be used to plant trees at Pressmennan Wood in Stenton, East Lothian and Blaeberry Community Wood in East Whitburn, West Lothian, providing a valuable asset for the communities to enjoy

Deputy Environment Minister Allan Wilson said:

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Christmas is a time for giving and the most valuable gift we can offer all of our children is a clean and healthy planet.

Each year in Britain we generate over two million tonnes of waste at Christmas. Once the presents have been unwrapped we bury five and a half million Christmas trees, over 20 million bottles, over two million aluminium cans and over 80 square kilometres of wrapping paper.

To secure our future we need to reduce, reuse and recycle the waste that we generate. The best resolution we can make this New Year is to help protect the environment on which we all depend.

The Woodland Trust scheme provides an excellent example of the simple ways in which the public can do a little and change a lot.

The Woodland Trust is the UKs leading woodland conservation charity. It has over 250,000 members and supporters.

The Trust has four key aims:

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