Why we plant trees

You already know that each of your purchases is one tree planted with care for our planet. Bring beauty, comfort to the world... and fresh air is my mission.⠀⠀
What is a forest? This is the habitat for 80% of living things.⠀⠀
Why trees are important:⠀⠀
Trees save us every day by cleaning the air from harmful substances. Nitrogen oxide, ozone, and carbon monoxide-trees absorb them, releasing the pure oxygen we breathe for us. ⠀⠀
Trees cool our planet. They absorb and store carbon dioxide, which contributes to the retention of heat in the atmosphere. In the city, trees can reduce the ambient temperature to 8°C. And since more than 50% of the population lives in cities, and by 2050 their number is projected to increase to 66%, pollution and overheating are becoming a real threat. It is so important to preserve and revive the forest.⠀⠀
Did you know that the root system of trees is a filter? Yes, they remove pollutants and slow down the absorption of water into the soil. Hence the reduced risk of flooding and oversaturation. Trees perfectly capture rainwater, reducing the risk of flooding and landslides. ⠀⠀
One tree is home to hundreds of species of insects, fungi, mosses, mammals, and plants. This is their shelter and food. Their life.⠀⠀
The forest has created many professions-from foresters to researchers. We build houses out of wood, which is essential for cooking and heating. Berries, nuts, and fruits are food not only for animals, but also for humans. ⠀⠀
The patient who looks out of the window at the trees recovers faster than the other one who doesn’t have it. Trees reduce stress and anxiety. The shade of trees is the best protector of our skin from direct sunlights.

Partnership with One Tree Planted and with the community “Plant a cedar” in Siberia - an opportunity to be involved in something global with you!

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