Save The Tree, Save The Earth
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Save Trees to Save our Next generation …
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A Heart Touching and a wonderful essay on Saving Trees:-
A globe. What colors do we see–blue and green? These days we pollute mother earth very badly and slowly on the globe, there will not be any green left! I know we would not like that. You know, people do not value what they have until they have lost it. Well, in this case it is trees.Trees are important, valuable and necessary for the existence of any living creature on earth. They are essential to life as we know it. They even help keeping the food chain or food web in balance and they are the most important things on earth because all animals and humans are dependent on it.
“The nature of our future depends on the future of our nature”.
Oxygen production, cleaning the soil, controlling noise pollution, taking in carbon dioxide but give out oxygen, cleaning the air, providing shade and coolness, act as our natural air conditioner can be considered as the first few reasons why trees are priceless. Trees also help-save energy, improve air quality, and solves health problems. They also have financial benefits – a variety of studies show that trees increase residential property values. People pay more for homes with attractive and fully- grown trees or that are in neighborhoods with trees.
Research has shown that the presence of trees in neighborhoods affect both physical and mental health of people living in town POSITIVELY. Hospital patients who have a view of plants and trees have recovered faster than those who have not.
Trees or plants would also make your house look beautiful and would increase the number of compliments regarding the beautiful garden of yours! 😉
Trees also help us by blocking the noise on the streets created by the traffic. Trees also give us food, which is the most important need in our life by this sentence I mean that indirectly trees or plants help us LIVE! We cannot live without food. Trees or plants give us fruits or vegetables. They increase the natural beauty of our home – “Earth”.
Trees give us rubber, paper, oxygen, wood, herbs, shade, cool breeze, gum, fruits, vegetable, grains, and shelter (not only to us by giving wood but also to animals like – birds, snakes, etc. in its tree-holes ).
“The more lightly we take the subject of deforestation, the more heavier it costs”.
On reading this essay, I am sure you have understood the importance of trees – so please STOP CUTTING TREES. ON THE CONTRARY, PLEASE START PLANTING MORE TREES. Save trees to change the future.
“God has cared for these trees, saved them from drought, disease, avalanches, and a thousand tempests and floods. But he cannot save them from fools” – John Muir
Keep Calm and SAVE THE TREEs
WHY SAVE TREES?
Trees clean the air. Tree foliage works as a natural air filter of particulate matter such as dust, micro sized metals and pollutants such as ozone, nitrogen oxides, ammonia and sulfur dioxides. Trees take in carbon dioxide and produce oxygen. Combined with the cooling effect of trees, these processes can have a significant impact on reducing smog and overall air pollution.
Trees improve water quality. A healthy urban forest can have a strong influence on our region’s water quality. Tree canopies and root systems slow and reduce storm water runoff, flooding and erosion. Trees also help filter water runoff reducing potential sources of water pollution into our rivers and storm drains.
Trees save energy. Trees cool the air naturally in two ways: through water evaporating from the leaves and direct shade. Homes shaded by trees need less energy for cooling which means lower monthly utility bills in summer and a reduced need for utilities to increase power generation to meet peak load demand.
Trees raise real estate value. Shaded neighborhoods and well-landscaped yards have a positive economic influence on real estate values, timeliness of house sales and neighborhood desirability. Studies report that landscaping speeds the sale of a home by four to six weeks.
Trees are good for business. A series of studies has investigated associations between the urban forest and people’s response to shopping settings. Scientific results suggest that having trees in the business district streetscape is an important investment for a business community. The presence of a quality urban forest positively influences shoppers’ perceptions, and probably, their behavior.