Conserve trees and forests for greening the planet Earth

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The area of forests and trees is shrinking from the total area of the Earth day by day. So far, just 30 per cent of the whole world has been covered by forest area which is home to more than 60,000 species of trees, a large number of flora and fauna species.
The forests across the world are still giving useful raw materials to living beings for their consumption and daily use. Moreover, forests and trees are habitats for wildlife animals. No useless plant thrives in the forests. All plants are useful for indigenous medicines, foods and shelters.
Currently, some 13 million acres of forest area face deforestation on a yearly basis due to the impacts of humans. Consequently, regeneration of flora and fauna is not in balance, with unexpected extinction of some species.
Indeed, forests are primary sources of restoring rainwater as well as the origins of springs and waterfalls while supporting the underground water. Moreover, forests and trees give a break to impacts of torrential rains to protect rivers, creeks, lakes and dams against silting. As such, trees and forests are crucial for the efforts of global countries in the reduction of climate change risks.
Climate change is based on changing of the world’s temperature triggered by the impacts of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. It is because trees, as well as forests, are able to absorb carbon dioxide mostly involved in the greenhouse gases. Hence, the global people are responsible for the conservation of forests.
Oxygen emitted by trees and forests which absorb carbon dioxide contributes much to the breathing of all living beings including humans across the world. The global people need to prevent deforestation and desertification and conserve forests comprising flora and fauna. If so, the climate change the whole world faces can be lessened to some extent.
It is necessary to raise the awareness of knowledge about the important role of trees and forests for the people through Myanmar. Such a move aims to enable the youths to understand the value of forests and supplies and adore the forests and trees for better conservation.

Trees and forests can be dubbed the perpetual benefactor for all humans and living beings. Moreover, these forests are a key for the point of balance in the global weather which creates seasonal effects. That is why all global countries, including Myanmar, need to prevent deforestation in time.

Trees and forests can be dubbed the perpetual benefactor for all humans and living beings. Moreover, these forests are a key for the point of balance in the global weather which creates seasonal effects. That is why all global countries, including Myanmar, need to prevent deforestation in time.

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