Trees (and other plants) produce oxygen. Human and animal life need the oxygen for their survival, which trees (and plants) produce. Plants take in CO2 (carbon dioxide), the gas humans and animals exhale, and turn it into O2 or oxygen.
All animals and humans receive food directly or indirectly from trees (and other plants). Food for humans that trees produce include nuts, fruits and syrups.
Trees produce clouds in non-coastal areas due to their uptake of water from the soil and then release it into the atmosphere to form rain clouds, which then are carried by air currents into otherwise arid areas not near coastal regions.
Trees remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere and produce the oxygen (O2) that we breathe.
Trees provide much of the food that we eat including fruits, vegetables, roots and nuts.
The meat that we eat were animals that fed either on plants or on animals that eat plants.
Trees help to produce rain clouds in non-coastal areas. They produce clouds in non-coastal areas due to their uptake of water and then release it into the atmosphere to form clouds for rain in otherwise dry areas.
Trees shield humans from the harmful ultraviolet rays of the sun.
Trees promote psychological, emotional and physical health, well-being and healing for people.
Trees provide people with essential healing medicines and oils.
Tress are part of food chain in earth’s ecosystem. The food chain is a system where one animals is dependent on another for survival. Trees and plants are the starting points in all the food chains in the environment because animals depend on plants for food, and humans depend on both plants and animals for food for survival.
Trees provide shelter for all kinds of living creatures including humans.