An undeniable fact is that the Earth is getting hotter and hotter, trees are slowly replaced by plastics and many place on Earth is turning into dessert. The reason for all of these changes is because more trees are being cut down every year for productivity, farming and urbanization. However, as in Alan Walker's song "we still got time", knowing the benefits that a single tree to the environment may give you the inspiration to turn planting into one of your hobbies.
- Trees help settle out and trap dirt, pollen and smoke from the air. The dirt level noticeable in air can be as much as 75 percent lower on the shelter side of the tree contrasted with the windward side.
- Trees make a biological system to give territory and nourishment to birds and different creatures.
- Trees absorb carbon dioxide and conceivably hurtful gasses, for example, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, from the air and discharge oxygen:
+ One enormous tree can supply a day's stock of oxygen for four individuals.
+ A solid tree can store 13 pounds of carbon every year - for a section of land of trees that equals to 2.6 tons of carbon dioxide.
+ Every gallon of fuel consumed creates just about 20 pounds of carbon dioxide.
- For each 10,000 miles you drive, it takes 7 trees to expel the measure of carbon dioxide produced if your vehicle reaches 40 miles for every gallon (mpg); it will take 10 trees at 30 mpg; 15 trees at 20 mpg; 20 trees at 15 mpg; and 25 trees at 12 mpg)
- A section of land of trees ingest enough carbon dioxide in a year to equal the amount of CO2 created when you travel a vehicle 26,000 miles.
- Trees cool the air, land and water with shade and dampness therefore they help lessen the heat-island impact of our urban community. The temperature in urban regions is regularly 9 degrees hotter than in territories with heavy tree spread.
- Trees can help counterbalance the development of carbon dioxide noticeable in air and diminish the "greenjouse effect."