Benefits That Trees Have On Our Environment

February 2, 2013 by  
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Trees are the longest living organisms on the planet, and one of Earth’s greatest natural resources. Trees provide food, medicines and materials. They moderate climate, improve air quality, conserve water and harbor wildlife. We could not live without trees because they take carbon dioxide from the air and replace it with oxygen. Trees provide protection for all beings.

Benefits That Trees Have On Our Environment

· One tree can produce nearly 260 pounds of oxygen annually.
· Two mature trees provide enough oxygen annually for a family of four.
· Trees make water cleaner by filtering rain.
· Trees absorb carbon dioxide produced by motor vehicles.
· One tree removes about 1 ton of CO2 annually.
· Trees evaporate water in their leaves, which causes air-cooling.
· Trees provide habitat for birds and other wildlife.
· Tree bark has many medicinal properties.
· Tree roots stabilize soil and prevent erosion.
· Trees add color to the landscape and enhances the picturesque beauty of the environment.
· Trees act as a filter, cleaning the air by intercepting airborne particles, and absorbing air pollutants like carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide.



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