The application of electroactive polymer devices requires the availability of their properties at various operating conditions. This in turn necessitates a structure-property relationship based on an in-depth understanding of the underlying mechanism responsible for their strain-field response. Cellulose-based Electro-Active Paper (EAPap) has been studied as an attractive Electro Active Polymer (EAP) material for artificial muscles. The feasibility of EAPap material as an actuator/sensor application is greatly dependant on piezoelectric effect. In this paper, converse and di rect piezoelectric ef fect s of Electro-Active Paper materials are studied to characterize piezoelectric effects of EAPap. All experiments were conducted in an environmental chamber that can control temperature and humidity.