Are you aware that all around the world, 3 to 6 billion trees are cut down annually. There is so much that is produced from trees and this means there is a huge demand in the marketplace. Such as wood to construct houses, paper for writing on and even toilet paper for, well you know. And unfortunately, we need the items that the trees produce but we can do something about the depletion of our woodlands.
Although we have Arbor Day, and all of us must plant a tree every Arbor Day, that is simply taking care of a small part of the problem. This is because most individuals don’t go out and plant a tree. If everyone could plant a tree, it would make an impact.
Are you aware that there are approximately 7 billion people on Earth? Naturally, you can never be sure of the precise figures for this. Nonetheless, we could replace the trees that are lost yearly if each one of those individuals did actually plant a tree on Arbor day. However, this is never going to take place.
So, the solution is for those of you who care about the environment and want oxygen so you can live, plant a tree. And I don’t mean to simply go out once each year and plant a tree. Once a month is a good goal or why not each week? The reason is because someone has to compensate for all the people are using our resources but refuse to plant a tree for whatever reason.
Did you know that on Arbor Day, only between 8 and 15 million trees are planted? Based on those estimates, we nonetheless need to take that figure up by a further 5 billion. This situation continues to get worse.
A complete answer is called for that still encourages folks to plant trees but I would like to suggest the following. If a law could be enacted that every time a tree is felled by logging companies, they then had to plant two new ones, this could genuinely make a huge difference.
Presently, this is unlikely to happen and therefore the job to preserve the number of trees in the world depends on us. In fact, restoring the amount of trees required is definitely achievable. If every month, approximately 10% of people worldwide could plant a tree, that would make up for the numbers being chopped down annually. On average, that would be approximately 7 billion trees being planted each year. In essence, this gives us an extra one billion trees and will go a long way to restoring the levels that are really needed.
Planting a tree is a way people can save the earth. Bear in mind that we just need 10% of the people worldwide to make a commitment to this. It’s your decision if you want to help out.