Plant a tree. There are many benefits to be
had; Air to breathe is one of them, in addition
to supplying enough oxygen to keep two people alive, a mature tree will
'soak up' about 20 kilograms of carbon dioxide per year.
Trees can reduce the risk of flooding, to the tune of two hundred
litres in a day or more.
The earliest evidence for life on Eaarth is about 3.4 billion years,
however trees only started appearing around for only 350 to 400 million
good mature tree can significantly improve the price of your property,
some estimates are as much as by 25%. Not all trees are a blessing,
however, an unhealthy or dying tree can negatively affect your property value.
When planting tree seeds be aware that it
could take several years to
germinate Most take a couple of years. Trees from colder climates
sometimes need a good frost to get going.
The common Horse Chestnut (Conker Tree) makes
a brilliant feature tree
in a park or other open space. In bloom the flowers form a light
coloured conical cluster of blossoms.
Flying is one of the biggest sources of carbon dioxide
which is threatening all of our futures but only one percent of flyers
offset their production of the greenhouse gas by planting trees.
passengers need encouragement to fund tree planting. Fewer than 1% of
fliers take the opportunity to pay to offset their carbon dioxide
creation. Less than 50% of the world’s airlines offer a service.
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