Why Plant Trees


  • Filter pollution from the air
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  • Prevent soil loss
  • Create shade
  • Give shelter from wind and rain
  • Provide homes for animals
  • Make food for humans and wildlife
  • Provide an interesting, soothing, learning environment for children and your community and much more!
  • It costs 38 Trillion dollars to create OXYGEN for 6 months for all Human beings on earth it means if we expend all money in the world we cannot create OXYGEN for 6 months only for all Human beings on earth. “TREES DO IT FOR FREE”
  • Approximately 14 billion trees needed every year for 10 consecutive years to make up the disaster we have created by cutting down trees
  • In one day a human being breathes oxygen equivalent to three cylinders. Each oxygen cylinder on an average costs Rs. 800/- without subsidy.
    So, in a day one person uses Oxygen worth Rs. 2,400/- and for a full year it is Rs. 8,76,000/- and, If we consider an average life span of 65 years; the costs of oxygen we use become a staggering sum of Rs. 600,00,000/- = Rs. 60 million All this oxygen is derived FREE of cost from the surrounding trees.
  • Trees also release water vapour and microscopic nuclei needed for cloud formation. Clouds have a high albedo effect, reflecting the incident solar radiation back into space. Adding 20 million km of forest could create an additional 2% cloud coverage over the entire planet, countering current global warming.

The Generosity of Trees

  • Trees filter our air and keep it fresh by absorbing carbon dioxide and producing oxygen.
  • Tree roots stabilize the soil and prevent erosion.
  • Trees improve water quality by slowing and filtering rain water as well as protect aquifers and watersheds.
  • Trees are carbon sinks, accumulating carbon as they grow and acting as stable carbon stores upon maturity
  • Three-quarters of the world’s people rely on wood as their main source of energy.
  • Thousand of things are made from trees such as furniture, books, newspapers, houses, hockey sticks, guitars, pencils, fences, milk cartons, even nail polish and toothpaste.
  • Trees lower air temperature and induce rainfall by evaporating water from their leaves.
  • Trees provide food, shade and shelter to humans and wildlife.
  • Trees offer protection from the downward fall of rain, sleet and hail as well as reduce storm run-off and the possibility of flooding.
  • Trees act as sound barriers to reduce noise pollution.
  • Trees play a major role in helping to conserve the intensity of the Earth’s magnetic field.
  • Trees beautify the landscape.


  • Birthday Gift trees equivalent to your loved one’s age. Mark your own birth each year.
  • Wedding Gift trees as blessings – Mark a union by creating a union with the planet.
  • Anniversary Mark milestones by building bonds with the Earth.
  • Memorial Honour the deceased, set up a sustaining gift.
  • Festival Greet with trees on special occasions.
  • Achivement Convey pride, celebrate milestones, honour achievement.
  • Gartitude Say thank you with trees to teachers, doctors, parents and mentors.
  • Get Well Soon Plant trees to help someone feel better.

Gift With Trees

What better way to honour someone or celebrate an occasion than by gifting a tree? A living and breathing gift that lives for several decades and significantly benefits the planet. An inspiration for others to do the same.


Planting a Tree: A Course of Action
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