What is the importance of trees for human beings?

@studylove (1853)
Canada
August 11, 2017 7:16am CST
The importance of trees can be felt in the areas where there are less or no trees like deserts. There are so many advantages of trees, how can we get benefit from these trees?
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• Pamplona, Spain
11 Aug
Like someone else says keep the air and water clean for a start. Trees are our protection they absorb a lot of the toxic stuff from the air also. We need to look after them more.
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@studylove (1853)
• Canada
12 Aug
Yes we should look after the trees. How many times should we water these trees?
• Milbridge, Maine
11 Aug
Trees provide us with oxygen i think rite?
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@studylove (1853)
• Canada
11 Aug
Yes trees provide us oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide to keep the environment clean for us. What else do you think trees are useful for us?
@resukill22 (3438)
11 Aug
Trees has, many useful things to made and bring us fresh air
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@studylove (1853)
• Canada
12 Aug
Fresh air is the gift we have because of trees, what are other advantages?
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12 Aug
@studylove Trees give us useful things like woods paper It will help also to prevent landslide
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@studylove (1853)
• Canada
13 Aug
@resukill22 and they cause rains which help to maintain temperature and are a sign of life, Do you agree?
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@mohit459 (1018)
• Haldwani, India
12 Aug
The two primary importance of trees is purifying air and making food!!
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@studylove (1853)
• Canada
12 Aug
Yes these are the two basic gifts we get from trees. What are other advantages of trees?
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@mohit459 (1018)
• Haldwani, India
12 Aug
@studylove can't describe them all basic I told!!
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@studylove (1853)
• Canada
13 Aug
@mohit459 Trees also provide us delicious fruits. Don't you agree?
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@Shavkat (43608)
• Philippines
11 Aug
Trees will save the life of human beings.
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@studylove (1853)
• Canada
12 Aug
You are right that trees are very necessary for our survival.
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@Shavkat (43608)
• Philippines
13 Aug
@studylove I hope people will remember this.
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@studylove (1853)
• Canada
13 Aug
@Shavkat yes you are right.
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@1hopefulman (18530)
• Canada
11 Aug
Trees produce oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide and that makes them very important so that we have clean air. Actually all plants do that and so it is good to have a few plants in our home.
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@studylove (1853)
• Canada
12 Aug
How many plants do you have in your home?
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@1hopefulman (18530)
• Canada
13 Aug
@studylove I have a one room apartment and inside I have 2 plants and about a dozen on the balcony, because it is summer time and I have the window open. In winter I will bring some inside.
@SHOHANA (7076)
• Bangladesh
12 Aug
we need to plan more trees to survive and hold the existence of human beings n this earth
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@studylove (1853)
• Canada
12 Aug
Good, that should be the spirit of every human being living on this planet. How can we increase the number of trees?
@sabtraversa (9059)
• Italy
11 Aug
Same advantages other animals get, plus we can get wood, resin and paper. They give us shade and fruits, their roots hold the soil so landslides become less common. Obviously, they eat and breathe what we don't, and turn what they eat and breathe into what we eat and breathe. CO2 into oxygen, and organic substances left by decomposition into leaves, flowers and fruits. Maybe we don't eat leaves and flowers, but some animals do, then we eat the animals. They aren't good for animals alone, they're also a great environment for fungi (mushrooms) that keep the soil clean, as they act as sponges which absorb heavy metals or toxic stuff.
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@studylove (1853)
• Canada
12 Aug
You have presented a valuable information about trees, thanks a lot.
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11 Aug
Helping keep the air clean is one of them.
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@studylove (1853)
• Canada
12 Aug
You are right.
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