Conference pencil enters the market from the Forum on the Belt and Road
On May 14, Beijing, the ancient capital with a history of more than 3,000 years, will usher in a grand event where history and the future blend-the 'Belt and Road' International Cooperation Summit Forum. Wang Wenjie, a spokesperson for the Beijing Municipal People’s Government, told reporters: All the supplies used in this forum are environmentally friendly. Beijing, the ancient capital with a history of many years, will usher in a grand meeting where history and the future blend-the Belt and Road International Cooperation Summit Forum. Wang Wenjie, a spokesperson for the Beijing Municipal People’s Government, told reporters: All the supplies used in this forum are environmentally friendly. Pollution. In this international summit forum, environmental protection, ecology, conservation, and cherish have become shining words. The layout of the venue and the provision of supplies are all environmentally friendly and economical. The paper is reusable, and the document bag is pollution-free. The most noteworthy thing is the conference pencil. The refill used in the conference pencil minimizes pollution, and the pen barrel is made of paper. How can a small meeting pencil stand out? Actually, the reason is quite simple. The conference pencil breaks people's inherent understanding of the traditional pencil. For traditional pencils, the refill is the greatest hazard and endangers the health of the user. The penholder is made of wood and plastic, which are all disposable. The penholder of wood is a huge waste of resources. I don’t know how many trees are cut down every year. . Plastic penholders are a kind of pollution, which can only be discarded after one-time use, and become garbage that cannot be degraded naturally. The meeting pencil is not the case. Its barrel uses recycled paper, not to mention its low price, it also reduces the felling of trees, and the refill is also the least harmful and polluting. We expect such pencils to enter the campus from the forum. The meeting pencil goes from the venue to the campus, easier said than done. This is a market. The market seems to be only the last wall, and this wall is not easy to climb. This is because people have accepted traditional pencils. For many years, we have used wood pencils and plastic pencils. Not only are they good-looking, they are also inexpensive. The habit of relying on traditional pencils is the biggest obstacle. On the one hand, students are accustomed to using traditional pencils; on the other hand, companies like to produce traditional pencils. Since the conference pencil saves resources, protects the environment, and reduces the cost, we have no reason to use the conference pencil only during meetings. We should promote it and let it enter the campus. It is necessary to improve the environmental protection and ecological standards of pencils, encourage pencil companies to upgrade, replace obsolete equipment with brand-new equipment, increase the use of recycled paper, and use recycled paper to produce pencil barrels. The recognition and acceptance of meeting pencils should also be improved. When using recycled paper to produce penholders, design work must be done to make such penholders look good. Extending to say, in fact, the scope of the paper pen holder should be expanded. For example, the gel pens and ballpoint pens we currently use are basically disposable. This waste is even more alarming than disposable chopsticks, and it pollutes the environment after disposable use. Is it possible to replace the pens of gel pens and ballpoint pens with paper? To build a resource-saving and environmentally-friendly society, please let the conference pencil enter the market from the forum.