Trees are important parts of the cosmos. From the beginning, trees have supplied us with the two most essential needs of life, food, and oxygen. The importance of trees in our world is such that it cannot be overemphasized.
They provide oxygen, conserve water, preserve soil, improve the quality of air, climate amelioration, and support wildlife.
Trees take in carbon dioxide and produce the oxygen we breathe in, during the process of photosynthesis.
They help cleanse the air by intercepting airborne particles, reducing heat, and absorbing pollutants such as carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen dioxide.
Trees play a very important role in capturing rainwater and also reduce the risk of natural disasters like landslides, floods, and erosion.
Other importance of the trees in our world, include, increase in the value of a property, contributes raw materials for buildings and constructions, newspapers, books and many more.
Food producing trees provide nuts, fruits, berries, and leaves for consumption by humans and animals. In fact, with trees, health and nutrition are guaranteed.
Medical discovery has it that hospital patients who have a view of trees respond quickly to treatment, use fewer pain medications, and leave the hospital sooner than patients with a view of brick wall.
Also, these are the by-products of trees: Vitamins, vanilla flavoring, plastics, photographic film, toothpaste, and medicines.
Therefore, we owe it as a duty to protect and preserve our trees. Trees are God’s gift to humanity.
Preserve the trees. Preserve the world