Trees and other living beings are a part of earth’s environment and each complements the other, for sure. If there are no trees, the earth will be scorched by the heat of the sun.Trees keep away from the direct sunlight as they give us shade.They screen unsightly structures and activities, give privacy and soften the hard lines of buildings.
Trees and other living beings are a part of earth’s environment and each complements the other, for sure. If there are no trees, the earth will be scorched by the heat of the sun.
Just 1 hectare of beech woodland can extract 4 tonnes of dust per year from the atmosphere.
Trees reduce the 'Greenhouse' effect by removing carbon dioxide from the air and releasing oxygen.
They help us maintain the ozone layer in the absence of which harmful ultraviolet rays of the sun could reach to us.
Another important aspect of trees is that they bring rain, provide fresh water for living beings and check soil erosion.
Trees, especially older or veteran trees and those in groups or woodlands, provide habitats for native ground flora such as bluebells and fauna, particularly bats, red squirrels and invertebrates.
The planting of trees and the care and preservation of mature trees can go a long way to making Trafford a great place to live, work learn and relax.
Trees reduce runoff by breaking rainfall thus allowing the water to flow down the trunk and into the earth below the tree.
This prevents stormwater from carrying pollutants to the ocean.
Not only do trees have a visual quality, but they also enhance the environment in less obvious ways.
Trees improve air quality by acting as natural air filters removing dust, smoke and fumes from the atmosphere by trapping them on their leaves, branches and trunks.