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Saving The Earth By Planting Trees | Teglan

Do you know that throughout the world, 3 to 6 billion trees are cut down each and every year. This has to do with the demand for the products that are made from trees. Writing paper and household toilet papers are an example of this, as well as the lumber used to construct houses. We all should take responsibility in saving our forests even if there are things we have to use that are made from trees.

Arbor Day was created with the intention that we must all be planting trees on that day although truthfully this has had little impact. Planting trees is not an undertaking that a lot of folks give any thought to. If people could do this, it would make a big difference.

There are around seven billion people in the world today. Naturally, you can never be sure of the exact count for this. But then, if every of those 7 billion people went out and planted a tree every Arbor Day, we would be able to replace all the trees that were felled that year. We know in reality that this is unlikely to occur.

Hence, planting trees is something you need to consider if you are concerned about the air we breathe and the planet. In terms of planting a tree, I would not suggest you just do this on a certain day each year. I am suggesting planting a tree approximately once every month or even once every week. It is just a fact that a lot of people will refuse to give any thought to conservation or planting trees, so we need to compensate for this ourselves.

Would you believe that on Arbor Day, only approximately 8 and 15 million trees are planted? Hence every year, we have a deficit roughly 5 billion trees. Unfortunately, things are not getting any better.

I actually have a solution to the problem entirely even though individuals should nevertheless keep on planting trees whenever they can. What could truly take care of this problem is if each wood business or tree farmer, by law, had to plant two saplings for each tree they chop down, so our tree issue wouldn’t be an issue for long.

Presently, this is unlikely to happen and thus the task to preserve the number of trees in the world dependso n us. In reality, restoring the number of trees required is absolutely doable. The number of trees felled every year could be replaced if ten percent of the world’s population planted one tree on a monthly basis. Annually, this would mean the planting of more or less 7 billion trees. For the number of trees we need to return to, an effective net gain of 1 billion trees will be the way to reach this goal.

And so for anyone who wants to make a positive difference to our world, go plant a tree. Keep in mind that we merely need 10% of the world’s population to make a commitment to this. It is up to you if you want to be part of it.