Research has shown that people who live in cramped cities tend to change their mood and their eyes relax by simply seeing greenery. This is because we are supposed to expose our eyes to green vegetation, thus helping reduce radiation to the eyes. For this reason, it’s common to find that people who live in rural areas surrounded by more greenery have fewer eyesight problems since they are exposing their eyes to less sunlight, radiation, and glare.
Trees help create a link between different generations.
Everybody knows that trees help clean the atmosphere, purify the air, reverse the ozone effect and attract rain. But, some other products of the sun also need to be observed. However, it should handle like a personal responsibility to have a beneficial effect on planting trees. Trees grow into a historic reminder of previous generations, and families with more significant pieces of land tend to have trees planted by each generation, helping tighten the bond between the different family members.
Trees are a renewable source of energy.
Fuel wood has also been a source of energy used for generations, and scarcities in fuel; food have only been experienced in the past century due to over-exploitation and lack of proper forest management and reforestation. This has resulted, in the deforestation of large tracks of land which have not been regrown, resulting in the shortage. By each person making it the responsibility to plant an x number of trees each year, the number of trees will definitely grow without people needing to place special attention on growing trees. Even ensuring you add one tree to the environment each year will have a long-term effect and help generate fuel wood and reduce the pressure on natural forested areas.
Trees that produce important byproducts
When trees are discussed, many people will limit trees to producing timber and fuel wood, but trees have much more than this, with many making special oils, resins, and glue used for different purposes. One such example is the gun tree which produces rubber used to manufacture vehicles’ wheels and most other rubber products. Many people will not realize their 99% of all moving vehicles depend on rubber trees. This is just one example of a tree- few people will know about it and not even take the time to consider its importance until discussed in public. Besides manufacturing raw materials, you may find that many trees and plants also produce medicinal properties.
This shows the importance of planting trees and reinforces the need for people to plant a tree in their surroundings. But at the same time, some research must be performed on the trees and plants and trees which have specific benefits grown, thus helping serve two purposes simultaneously, one being to create added greenery and the other to produce inevitable byproducts needed in the manufacturing industries today.
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