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WHY NOT TO CUT TREES

There is a reason why we read so many material on web and otherwise about not cutting tree. Most of us are too lazy to read thru it though. Here is “why you should not cut trees “in short version. 1.Trees emit oxygen and use carbon dioxide – we can’t live without oxygen and by using carbon dioxide, trees help rid of some CO2 harmful gases 2.Cutting trees down causes loss of animal habitat, which sometimes makes certain animals migrate to another area (not their natural habitat) and disrupts the ecosystem there (like the beetles in B.C.) 3.Trees are not renewable per say – yes, you can replant...

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How to Save Trees

We all have seen many write-ups on why we should save trees, very few on how. As we know with the amount of deforestation in the current era, if we don’t replace the tress and stop deforestation there will be a time, when we won’t have oxygen emitting trees, in other words “End of world”. So let’s talk little about how to save tree. We already know the basic things like planting more trees and recycling. Planting more trees is the best way, but it takes more way too many years for the sapling to be a fully grown oxygen emitting tree. So we can’t depend on just planting trees, again that doesn’...

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The Oldest Living Tree– Old Tjikko

Trees are among those living organisms that have witnessed the rise and falls of numerous civilizations through the course of human history. The oldest of trees have something which makes them majestic and to some extenteternal. The oldest of all such trees in the world which is named as Old Tjikko tree is more than 9000 years old and is still standing up right. This tree is indeed amazing in terms of internal structure. There are a number of intellectuals who have constantly asserted that trees serve as a medium of establishing s connection with the past.

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Plant More Trees To Save The Earth

Did you know that all around the world, 3 to 6 billion trees are cut down each and every year. This has to do with the demand for goods that are produced from trees. Writing paper and household tissues are an illustration of this, as well as the timber used to construct homes. And unfortunately, we need the things that the trees produce but we can do something about the depletion of our forests. Trees are celebrated on Arbor Day and the idea is that we should plant trees at that time but this is not really tackling the issue. This is because virtually all individuals aren’t going out and plant...

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Different Types of Pine Trees

There are many different types of pine trees that belong to the family pinaccae. All of these trees have both male and female pinecones on the same tree. Their leaves are needle-like rather than broad. Most pine trees maintain their needles throughout cold months, even in very northern locations. The different types of pine trees can be further categorized into genus types. Some names like Fir and Cedar may be familiar while Larch may be new. Many pine trees are extremely long lived and there are some that are over 1000 years old in parts of North America. Fir (Abies) Fir trees are commonly u...

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