Good morning everyone present here, today I am going to give a speech on the importance of trees. There is no denying that trees serve as both natural air filters and a vital source of oxygen. In addition to this, fruits and vegetables are produced by animals and birds for human use. In addition to providing refuge for birds, they serve as playthings for kids, monkeys, and birds. Trees have great value for both our ecosystem and our meaningful lives.
The greatest gift to life on earth is trees. The idea that trees behave as carbon sinks by storing carbon dioxide in their roots, woods, and leaves has already been discussed extensively, but I wish to emphasize it. This carbon is not as abundant in our climate, which has the potential to destroy it. A tree can generate wind.
When the weather is chilly and windy, the trees that were planted around the edge operate as a windbreaker. Our home’s heating costs will be significantly decreased by up to 30% with airflow, and snow droplets will be efficiently reduced. The roots of the trees protect the soil, while their leaves break the force of the wind and lessen the effect of rain on the ground.
As a result, trees deal with soil erosion, capture rainwater, and monitor stormwater flow and sediment accumulation. In the end, I just want to say that trees are excellent for people and that they are the real guardians of people. We are fed by them, and our lives are sustained. As a result, we should provide for their safety and increase their availability. Thank you.