Because they purify the air we breathe, trees are our best companions. Similarly, they clean the soil and water, ultimately making the world a better place. People who live near trees are also healthier, fitter, and happier than those who do not.
Furthermore, we must look after our friends who help us in a variety of ways. Most significantly, by conserving plants, we are only benefiting ourselves and not the plants. Because trees and plants do not rely on humans for their survival, but we rely on them for ours.
Trees are vital to us in several ways, and we cannot disregard their significance. They are essential because they provide us with clean air to breathe, food to eat, and shelter/shade from the sun and rain. They bring tranquillity; they create a nice and soothing environment. They also aid in deflecting the sun’s damaging rays and keeping a stable temperature. They also help in soil erosion prevention.
Trees give numerous advantages, some of which we cannot see but which make a significant impact. They aid in the battle against climate change by absorbing greenhouse gases, the primary driver of climate change.
Furthermore, they recharge groundwater and filter hazardous chemicals and smells from the air. Furthermore, they are a fantastic source of food, and the king of fruits, ‘Mango,’ grows on trees.
Furthermore, they are the source of rainfall because they draw clouds to the surface and cause them to rain. They may be excellent instructors, playmates, and examples of unity in difference.
Above all, they help to reduce air, water, and noise pollution.