(Not we are) Some people are continuously destroying the harmony of nature which is adversely affecting wild life, forest and the ecological equilibrium on the earth and of course as a consequence even sustainability of our life on earth.
Without the Earth we have no where to live, along with many other organisms. If we don’t save the Earth now maybe our children or grandchildren might not be able to see it for long. Our atmosphere is weakening and we have to do something about it fast.
We could plant more trees to create more oxygen to keep the bad air away from the atmosphere, or we could just stop cutting down the rainforest. We are living and we need the space but we aren’t the only species on this earth. Saving the rainforest is not only good for us and the atmosphere but also good for the many different species that it homes.
We could try to get as many people as possible to switch to hybrids and other energy saving things to use less fossil fuel for energy and relying more on solar and wind energy. Fossil fuels are destroying our earth and we need to limit the use of it.
So, trees are essential to life as we know it and are the ground troops making up an environmental frontline. Our existing forests and the trees we plant work in tandem to make a better world.
The modern human community has other, more practical reasons to admire and honor trees. Here is a short list of reasons trees are necessary for improving our worldly condition.
- Trees Produce Oxygen
- Trees Clean the Soil
- Trees Control Noise Pollution
- Trees Slow Storm Water Runoff
- Trees Are Carbon Sinks
- Trees Clean the Air
- Trees Shade and Cool
- Trees Act as Windbreaks
- Trees Fight Soil Erosion
- Trees Increase Property Values
The world is precious and we need to keep it that way.