We, human beings, live on the Earth, the only planet where life is possible. We survive because we have food to eat, water to drink, a home for shelter, and oxygen to breathe. The four things, i.e., food, water, air, and shelter, are the most necessities required by all the living beings on this planet to survive. Our environment plays an essential role in shaping our lives.
Now, imagine one of them is not present, or it is shortly going to diminish. What would be the situation? Will living beings be able to survive on this planet? The obvious answer to this question is no. We will not be able to stay to the fullest. Life would seem to be so complex that people would prefer to die rather than survive.
Since our primary classes, we are being told to save the environment, and you will ultimately save your future. But the saddest part is that it has only remained in books. We are not lending a helping hand in protecting our environment but instead are destroying it. The essential factor in saving the environment is the role of trees in it. Without trees, nothing is possible in this environment to protect. Every creature that lives on this planet is affected by trees in one way or another.
The influence of trees is something that is a fundamental task to explain because of its broad scope. It affects everything from the environment to our physical health. The existence of trees directly or indirectly influences almost everything on this planet. The air that we breathe, i.e., oxygen, we get it from trees. Data suggests that around 35% of the forests provide oxygen to our Earth’s inhabitants. Now the question arises how do trees provide oxygen? So, we all know that human beings, while inhaling oxygen, exhales carbon dioxide. The trees absorb this carbon dioxide present in the environment, and in return, trees provide us oxygen through the process known as photosynthesis.
Trees play an intricate role in keeping our planet’s environment clean, relaxed, and safe from global warming. But to dismay, day by day, the trees are being cut down, which has a direct impact on our environment. Approximately 3 trillion trees growing today, out of the 15 billion are felled, died, or lost in the wildfires each year. This is a considerable number, and if appropriate steps are not taken, gradually, the planet will just become a barren land.
So, we have stressed enough on discussing the critical concept of the presence of trees in our environment. Now, it’s time to understand what role trees play in making our environment better.
The role that trees play to make our environment better is as follows:
1. Trees help in combating global warming. It absorbs carbon dioxide and releases oxygen back into the air. Trees also act as a filter that traps the impurities, pollutants cleaning the environment.
2. It reduces wind speeds and helps in cooling the air moisture. It reflects the heat from their leaves. The trees reduce the temperature by up to 7 degrees Celsius.
3. They help prevent floods, soil erosion, and climate amelioration by absorbing the liters of storm water. They also reduce the heat intensity of the greenhouse effect by maintaining low levels of carbon dioxide.
To sum up, we can get a quick glimpse of how trees provide benefits to our environment.
1. Trees Combat Climate Change.
2. Trees clean the air.
3. Trees provide oxygen.
4. Trees cool the streets and the city.
5. Trees conserve energy.
6. Trees save water.
7. Trees help to prevent water pollution.
8. Trees help in preventing soil erosion.
9. Trees shield the children from Ultra-violet rays.
10. Trees provide food and oxygen.
Now, we think you might have enough reasons why trees are so important for the environment. So, what are you waiting for? Let you and we join hands and help in saving the environment. Let us pledge to plant a tree and contribute our part to the noble mission.
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