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The Ancient Egyptians already knew it: you don’t have to cut down trees to make paper, they used papyrus from the papyrus plant. Over the centuries, different types of materials have been used as information carriers such as parchment, clay tablets, tree bark, bones, shells, etc.
Paper in its current form originates from China. Until well into the 19th century, paper production was often small-scale and local in nature. With the industrialization and the invention of cardboard, the production of paper increases on a large scale. This also applies to the demand for the primary raw material of paper: cellulose, which can be extracted from trees, among other things.