All around the world, people are gearing up for. Started in 1970, this designated day of April 22 has become an annual reminder of our responsibility to be good stewards of the Earth. You can contribute to a healthier Earth in multiple ways: plant a garden, pick up trash, purchase biodegradable products, and commit to reduce, reuse and recycle. Planting trees is one of the easiest and most sustainable ways to positively affect the environment. We need trees now more than ever! Communities across the state have been devastated with the loss of tens of millions of ash trees since the
was first discovered in metro Detroit in 2002. Trees are our lifeline to cleaner air and a healthier environment. Trees improve air quality by producing oxygen. They also store carbon, offsetting harmful byproducts of fossil-fuel burning. They moderate the effects of sun and wind, and they clean the air by trapping dust, pollen and other pollutants. Planted in the right places around buildings, trees can significantly reduce air-conditioning costs. This means less, an inflammable and odorless chemical emitted from air conditioners. It is considered to have to the ozone layer.
Trees increase property value. Trees generate jobs and contribute raw materials for buildings, newspapers, books, etc. They are renewable, biodegradable and recyclable. They provide shelter and food for wildlife such as birds, squirrels and bugs. Trees make people feel good. Workers are more productive when they see trees along their commute routes and from their office windows. Landscapes that include trees help relax us, lower heart rates and reduce stress. The city of Detroit has been especially hard-hit with tree loss, stemming back to the days when ravaged whole city blocks. Efforts are underway to reforest neighborhoods throughout the city with a variety of new trees. You can jump on board and volunteer for upcoming tree plantings through, a nonprofit organization committed to guiding and inspiring the reforestation of Detroit. What are you planning to do for Earth Day? How are you making the Earth a healthier place to live, work and play? Photo by Trees are among the greatest natural wonder and are among the greatest gift given to man and other living things that depend on it. Trees provide us with two essential things in life these are food and oxygen.
Apart from food and oxygen, trees also provide additional necessities like shelter medicine among other benefits. However, as their values continue to increase as more benefits of trees are being discovered the demand for trees have increased to satisfy the modern lifestyle. Trees benefit us in several ways; for instance, trees give us food like fruits, we also get wood from trees to make furniture. Most of the furniture in our houses is made of wood from trees. Many medicines are derived from trees to cure diseases like fever and malaria. PWhen trees absorb extra carbon dioxide and release oxygen, trees help in making the air clean. However, it is sad that humans continue destroying trees without realizing that they are destroying their future. The forest cover in many parts of the world is shrinking because of human activities, and lack of adequate trees has resulted in global warming. PThere are several ways in which people are misusing natural resources, especially trees hence harming the ecosystem, such activities like logging, clearing forest for development have negatively impacted on the environment.
With increased levels of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, the climate is slowly changing as the world get warmer. PPPThe changing weather patterns have impacted negatively on us resulting in unseasonal rain. Flash floods and extremely high temperatures have become a common occurrence due to limited tree coverage. Imagine living in a world with millions of trees surrounding us, in such a world the extra carbon dioxide will be easily absorbed by this many trees, as they need the gas to make food. At the same time, more trees would mean more rain, cooler temperatures, minimizing the use of machines like refrigerators and air conditioner. Planting more trees means reducing greenhouse gases that will reduce global warming. Planting trees is important to save the plant; trees not only remove harmful chemicals, but also help minimize greenhouses gases that cause global warming. Growing more trees would mean reducing soil erosion as they allow water to flow down into the earth below the tree. The process prevents soil from being carried away to the ocean. Growing more tree will help maintain soil fertility because it stops soil erosion especially within sloppy areas.
Protecting soil fertility results to the better yield of crop hence reduce hunger all over the world. Trees are important, and we need to grow more trees because they alter the environment by moderating the climate, improving the quality of air and reducing the stormwater runoff. Many people are yet to realize the benefits of growing more trees. PThe importance of tree is evident because trees act as natural habitat for animals and other species, therefore planting tree means having more benefits that come along with trees. Trees are useful to both humans and other living organisms; they give us so much with nothing in return, they help us live in a cool environment, providing us with a charming environment that is why we need to act responsibly by growing more trees. We should condemn the destruction of trees to secure our future. When we plant more tree and care for them, we not only maintain a healthy surrounding but also reduce pollution, lower energy cost and improve the appearance of our community. That is why trees are important part of our community.