WHY WE NEED TREE?

Trees reduce our carbon footprint and mitigate the effects of climate change; trees increase biodiversity essential to human existence; trees store and purify water for agriculture and drinking; trees provide us with food, medicines and other forest produce; and trees beautify our surroundings.

Afforestation

Afforestation is the planting of trees where there was no previous tree coverage. Degradation of forest ultimately leads to a decrease in oxygen and a sufficient increase of carbon dioxide. In order to make up for the loss, more trees are being planted.

Trees create an Ecosystem

Trees are indicators of a community's ecological health. While urban ecology is more complex than just tree cover, trees are good indicators of the health of an urban ecosystem. When trees are large and healthy, the ecological systems-soil, air and water-that support them are also healthy.

Essential needs of Mankind

The most basic needs our bodies require to survive is Air. Oxygen in one of the most essential human needs. Alkaline Water. Apart form air, water is the most essential element to life. Food