As we all know, trees are our environment's most important part. Trees produce the oxygen necessary for humans to live. Trees take sunlight and carbon dioxide to produce oxygen, as well as take water that comes from our earth. It is impossible to survive without trees because life cannot be imagined without oxygen. Due to the absence of trees, animals or humans will not get food either. Trees also help in reducing the pollution spread by humans. The truth is that we cannot live without trees at all.
Just like there are lungs in the human body, in the same way, trees are the lungs of the earth. Trees consume carbon dioxide which is harmful to humans and provides fresh oxygen to breathe for us humans. Trees also keep the air clean.
Humans have been attached to trees since ancient times because trees are the source of food. Humans and animals largely depend on trees because trees provide food. Bananas, guava, mango, coconut, apple, orange, sweet lime, walnut, and pear are some of the delicious foods that come from trees.
Trees help in improving the quality of polluted water, soil, and air and remove pollutants from the air. Stops soil erosion. Trees prevent flooding because their roots form a physical barrier to water flow and prevent soil from flowing away. In addition, tree roots also draw water from the soil and help prevent flooding. These prevent pollutants from flowing into water sources.
Trees help in reducing the temperature of the sun during the summer season. Trees provide shade and trees beautify the environment.
Trees make the earth beautiful. Planting more and more trees will also increase the natural beauty of the earth.
Tree roots protect the soil in hills or fields from flowing and prevent it from being carried away by water or wind. When trees are cut, the area becomes barren. Due to the gust of strong wind, the land there becomes a desert. The fallen leaves from the trees get buried in the mulch which acts as a fertilizer for the soil. Replenishes the soil with important minerals and other nutrients. The fine particles present in the air get trapped in the leaves and bark of trees, thus purifying the air we breathe. Many industries like paper, medicine, etc depend on trees and their products.
Trees maintain the ecological balance of the environment. Trees form a natural habitat for animals, birds, insects, and wildlife. Noise pollution and air pollution are also controlled by trees. If we cut more and more trees, pollution will increase, ultraviolet rays coming from the sun will heat the earth, the natural ice rocks present on the earth will start melting and it will destroy human life as well as animals, birds, and fish.
That's why it is necessary that in time, we all create the right environment for ourselves and our children. Reduce pollution. Save trees from cutting and plant more and more trees. So that tomorrow your child does not say that my forefathers have given me polluted air.
Let us now know how we can save trees:
1. Choose any road and every Sunday plant 1 tree on the side of that road and take care of that tree like your child.
2. Plant at least 1 tree on your child's birthday or your marriage anniversary or whenever you are happier.
3. When you are sad about anything, plant at least 5 trees because this tree plantation will remove all your sorrows.
4. Plant a tree and take care of it on regular basis, just to get a photo click on Earth Day.
5. Instead of buying new books, use old books. It saves both money and paper because the paper is made from trees.
6. Save trees from fire.
7. Keep organizing campaigns and rallies from time to time to promote deforestation and tree plantation.
8. Request people to plant trees around them and collect the large number of people for campaigns.