Create you own notepads by using paper that is going to be recycled. For example if you have paper that has been printed on one side and blank on the other side, create a notebook where you can utilize the blank paper. This has been done in some engineering/architectural firms and it seems to be successful.
As mentioned, using the back side of a page that has already been printed on is a great green way to take notes. Another relatively green way to take notes is to use a laptop. The emissions associated with the laptop’s power consumption are far less than the emissions associated with using entirely new sheets of paper, which would result in part of a tree being cut down. The paper manufacturing process also requires energy.
To add, you can tape record the class and then go home, listen to the tape recorder and write your notes down on your computer.
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