7 Facts on Why Our Planet Can’t Live Without Forests
As people can’t live without food, drink, and sleep, our planet needs forests to survive.
Everybody knows that forests are important to us and to our planet. But the fact is that their significance is greater than you can imagine. The team of the FundKick Fond is glad to present you 7 facts on how woodlands help our planet to be happy.
1. Forests are the lungs of our planet. They clean up the air for Earth. Trees inhale carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen. Every living creature needs oxygen to survive.
2. Forests are homes for the children of Earth – animals, and birds. Nearly half of all known species live in forests, including 80 percent of biodiversity on land. All these creatures create an ecological balance on Earth and our planet needs all of them to feel good.
3. Forests protect our planet from noise. Trees are able to absorb noise. Just a few trees can cut background sound by 5 to 10 decibels.
4. Forests are like the Earth's air conditioner. They keep our planet cool by absorbing carbon dioxide (a major greenhouse gas) and hot sunlight with their leaves.
5. Forests save our planet from drought. Large forests influence weather patterns and generate atmospheric conditions causing regular rainfall.
6. Forests clean up the skin of our planet – soil. It’s difficult to feel good when your skin is not healthy. So trees help our planet remove the toxins and prevent soil erosion.
7. Forests feed our planet. They provide fresh fruit, nuts, seeds, edible mushrooms and berries for every living creature on Earth.
Now you understand why our planet can’t live without forests. And we can’t live without our planet. So let’s help our planet and save forests. Fund Kick Fond is created just to give you an opportunity to support the most important projects. We have a lot of projects connected with ecology and environment protection.
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