Are you aware that all over the world, 3 to 6 billion trees are cut down yearly. There is so much that is created from trees and this means there is a big requirement in the marketplace. For example, paper is needed both in the home and workplace and wood is used in the construction of houses. Alas, we need the items that the trees produce but we can do something about the depletion of our timberlands.
Despite the fact that we have Arbor Day, and all of us should plant a tree every Arbor Day, that is only taking care of a small part of the problem. This is because nearly all people don’t go out and plant a tree. If they did their share and planted trees, we would be all set.
The world population is possibly approximately in the 7 billion mark. Naturally, you can never be sure of the exact count for this. Nonetheless, we could replace the trees that are chopped down yearly if every one of those individuals did actually plant a tree on Arbor day. However, this is never going to occur.
If you want to save our ecosystems, planting trees is a good step that you can take. When it comes to planting a tree, I would not suggest you merely do this on a particular day every year. How about going out and planting trees on a weekly basis or at least once a month? It is just a fact that many individuals will refuse to give any thought to conservation or planting trees, so we have to compensate for this ourselves.
Did you know that on Arbor Day, only between 8 and 15 million trees are planted? That still comes out to a 5 billion tree shortage annually. And yearly, it only continues to get worse.
A complete answer is required that still encourages individuals to plant trees but I would like to suggest the following. What could actually take care of this problem is if each log business or tree farmer, by law, had to plant two saplings for each tree they chop down, so our tree issue wouldn’t be an issue any longer.
We will need to continue to resolve this problem ourselves until there is the political willpower to make these changes. And it won’t take that much for us to increase the tree population each year. The number of trees cut down annually could be replaced if ten percent of the world’s population planted one tree every month. On average, that would be around 7 billion trees being planted every year. Easentially, this gives us an extra one billion trees and will go a long way to restoring the levels that are actually needed.
Planting a tree is a way we can all help the environment. Things will change if 10% of people worldwide resolve to plant trees. You decide if you want to be part of it.