Love a tree day

by Eco18

Today is Love a Tree Day and we want to share our appreciation for trees.

Why are trees important?

Other than being a beautiful decoration for the Earth, trees have an array of benefits for our environment. The single largest benefit being—they help combat climate change.  Trees absorb CO2, which removes and stores carbon, while releasing oxygen into the air. While doing this, the trees are acting as a “filter” that absorb toxins out of the air, filters them, and releases clean oxygen in place of the toxins absorbed. In just one year, one acre of trees can absorb the equivalent of CO2 released after driving a car 26,000 miles.

So, let’s celebrate trees! Here are a few of our favorites:

Weeping willow tree in the public park

Hall of Mosses Panorama

wilderness landscape forest with pine trees and moss on rocks

Healthy, big green coniferous trees in a forest of old spruce, fir and pine trees in wilderness area of a national park. Sustainable industry, ecosystem and healthy environment concepts.

Moody Maple Tree at Sunset

big old tree

Panoramic landscape of the Colorado Rocky Mountains in Fall


Yellow autumn colored trees on a tree farm

Canopy of old live oak trees draped in spanish moss at historic Wormsloe Plantation in Savannah, Georgia, USA

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