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Why Plant Trees



  • filter pollution from the air
  • help recycle water
  • prevent soil loss
  • create shade
  • give shelter from wind and rain
  • provide homes for animals
  • make food for humans and wildlife
  • provide an interesting, soothing, learning environment for children and your community
  • and much more! 
  • It costs 38 Trillion dollars to create OXYGEN for 6 months for all Human beings on earth it means if we expend all money in the world we cannot create OXYGEN for 6 months only for all Human beings on earth. "TREES DO IT FOR FREE"
  • Approximately 14 billion trees needed every year for 10 consecutive years to make up the disaster we have created by cutting down trees.
  • In one day a human being breathes oxygen equivalent to three cylinders. Each oxygen cylinder on an average costs Rs. 700/- without subsidy.
    So, in a day one person uses Oxygen worth Rs. 2,100/- and for a full year it is Rs. 7,66,500/- and, If we consider an average life span of 65 years; the costs of oxygen we use become a staggering sum of Rs. 500,00,000/- = Rs. 50 million All this oxygen is derived FREE of cost from the surrounding trees.
  • Very few people look at trees as a RESOURCE and there is rampant tree cutting going on everywhere which must stop.
  • Carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in our atmosphere are higher than at any time during the last 800,000 years: average temperatures are rising. When producing Oxygen trees absorb Carbon:  up to 0,5 ton of Carbon in its lifetime!
  • Trees also release water vapour and microscopic nuclei needed for cloud formation. Clouds have a high albedo effect, reflecting the incident solar radiation back into space. Adding 20 million km² of forest could create an additional 2% cloud coverage over the entire planet, countering current global warming.
  • Did you know that trees contribute to the releasing of microscopic nuclei needed for cloud formation? Over major tropical rainforests across the world one finds rather dense cloud formations. Clouds are formed by water vapour condensing around these microscopic nuclei. Trees increase the water vapour content of the air significantly – approximately 50% of all transpiration comes from forests.

Clouds, in turn, have a high albedo effect, which means they reflect the sun’s radiation back into space.

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