What are the best trees to plant for the environment?
Trees are good for the environment because trees take in carbon dioxide and turn that into water and oxygen. They act as a filter and this process is called photosynthesis. We as humans do cellularespiration which produces carbon dioxide.
Trees are good for the environment because they filter out CO2 from the air, which we as humans produce both through respiration and maunfacturing production. An acre of trees removes 2.6 tons of CO2 from the air each year. They also produce oxygen that is necessary for all animals to survive. An overlooked use of trees is the fact that their roots protect against erosion which has the potential to destroy ecosystems.
Planting any tree is ultimately the best for the environment. Anything that will grow and thrive in your area is fine. However, if you really want to get into details, a tree that grows quickly is best just because it will reach a large size faster which will increase its ability to both absorb CO2 and produce oxygen.
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