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Planting Trees in Every Corner is Essential

August 03, 2019 | Vinod Dixit

Trees can soften the effects of a nationwide urban explosion, but cities are getting rid of them in unprecedented numbers. Trees are precious gifts given by God. Directly and indirectly all living beings depend on trees for life. Tree cutting is prohibited in Hindu dharma sastras. Only cutting of branches is allowed after performing a simple puja or narrating a mantra. Trees are mercilessly cut for widening roads, making furniture and even for construction. But no one seems to understand is that this will lead to the destruction of earth. Now, for every tree that is brought down, three saplings should be planted on the roadsides in the city. It is observed that the main problem in planting saplings to replace the trees that are cut is lack of space but when land is acquired for a project, why it is not taken into account. One of these symbols of prosperity, as it were, is the number of massive trees flanking the roads, providing much needed shade. Without trees, life on Earth is impossible; but people do not seem to understand its value. We have to save trees to continue the survival of human race. Development of a new road, formation of a bypass, or widening of an existing road results in rapid development on the stretch, right from the edge of the road. And, thus there is hardly any space to take up planting of saplings. What will happen now ? When all the tree parts including roots die completely, people will forget the fallen tree.
It reminds me a statement of Franklin D. Roosevelt who said that “A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself. Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people. ”Tree plantation is one such method of being productive on ground. Looking to the environmental situation, especially in big cities of India, a legal mechanism is urgently need and it should be enforced for environment protection. Looking at the population growth trend of Pakistan, environmental issues are directly linked with the emission of greenhouse gases pose great threat to economic stability.
The trees around us are extremely important and have always been necessary for improving the human condition - both during its life and after harvest. John Muir has rightly said that “God has cared for these trees, saved them from drought, disease, avalanches, and a thousand tempests and floods. But he cannot save them from fools”.
One must remember that the greater the tree cover, the greater the pollution removal; and the greater the removal and population density, the greater the value. After all, the nature of our future depends on the future of our nature.
Planting trees in every corner is essential to improve the quality of the air. The strategy should focus on stop the pollution and improve the quality of air. One must remember that the greater the tree cover, the greater the pollution removal; and the greater the removal and population density, the greater the value. After all, the nature of our future depends on the future of our nature.

Email:----dixitpatrakar@yahoo.in

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Planting Trees in Every Corner is Essential

August 03, 2019 | Vinod Dixit

Trees can soften the effects of a nationwide urban explosion, but cities are getting rid of them in unprecedented numbers. Trees are precious gifts given by God. Directly and indirectly all living beings depend on trees for life. Tree cutting is prohibited in Hindu dharma sastras. Only cutting of branches is allowed after performing a simple puja or narrating a mantra. Trees are mercilessly cut for widening roads, making furniture and even for construction. But no one seems to understand is that this will lead to the destruction of earth. Now, for every tree that is brought down, three saplings should be planted on the roadsides in the city. It is observed that the main problem in planting saplings to replace the trees that are cut is lack of space but when land is acquired for a project, why it is not taken into account. One of these symbols of prosperity, as it were, is the number of massive trees flanking the roads, providing much needed shade. Without trees, life on Earth is impossible; but people do not seem to understand its value. We have to save trees to continue the survival of human race. Development of a new road, formation of a bypass, or widening of an existing road results in rapid development on the stretch, right from the edge of the road. And, thus there is hardly any space to take up planting of saplings. What will happen now ? When all the tree parts including roots die completely, people will forget the fallen tree.
It reminds me a statement of Franklin D. Roosevelt who said that “A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself. Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people. ”Tree plantation is one such method of being productive on ground. Looking to the environmental situation, especially in big cities of India, a legal mechanism is urgently need and it should be enforced for environment protection. Looking at the population growth trend of Pakistan, environmental issues are directly linked with the emission of greenhouse gases pose great threat to economic stability.
The trees around us are extremely important and have always been necessary for improving the human condition - both during its life and after harvest. John Muir has rightly said that “God has cared for these trees, saved them from drought, disease, avalanches, and a thousand tempests and floods. But he cannot save them from fools”.
One must remember that the greater the tree cover, the greater the pollution removal; and the greater the removal and population density, the greater the value. After all, the nature of our future depends on the future of our nature.
Planting trees in every corner is essential to improve the quality of the air. The strategy should focus on stop the pollution and improve the quality of air. One must remember that the greater the tree cover, the greater the pollution removal; and the greater the removal and population density, the greater the value. After all, the nature of our future depends on the future of our nature.

Email:----dixitpatrakar@yahoo.in


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Published from: Gulshanabad Chraresharief Budgam
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