It has been said that lawn grass emits carbon dioxide, making large grassy fields (soccer, football, golf) hold a big responsibility for contributing to global warming and environmental damage. Lawn areas in front of every suburban houses throughout the nation adds up to the carbon dioxide emissions. Also, lawns prevent the opportunity to establish native plantings and promote biodiversity. Lastly, lawns require high maintenance and need a great amount of water to keep grass looking green and fresh. To say that lawns are bad is an understatement, becuase it seems they do more harm than good to our environment.
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