Nature is mother of all us kids. Men are the elder brother of all because we enjoy the supreme power of mind and all the creatures and the natural elements are our younger brother. Nature expects us to keep attention and take care of our younger and in capable brother. But as we became the more powerful than others, we started using them in the worst way and even started to exploit and kill them. The worst way to handle any family member or younger brother is the way we are treating them. Nature bangs the alarm occasionally by giving some hazardous situation but who cares?
As all the elements, trees are also our younger brothers and we need to preserve them. The specialty of the trees is that they live by carbon dioxide we leave in the air and they discharge the oxygen, which we intake. So, the most helpful element which gives us clean and charged air in the atmosphere is the tress. Even trees are the main resource of savings if we desire to protect ourselves from the global warming. So, let’s make sure that we will lead an example by saving and loving trees in the world.
Besides actually sinking a tree into soil, there are other ways to support arboreal respect and abundance. Let’s check some of them.
Filter your paper towels and napkins
Virgin fiber is that which comes straight from a tree. Doesn’t it seem a waste to use a tree for a single-use item? If every household in the United States replaced one roll of virgin-fiber paper towels with 100 percent recycled paper towels, we could save 1.4 million trees. With those numbers in mind, using virgin fiber for single use items seems simply outrageous. So, use the longer using articles to let trees live longer.
Preserve the “trash” trees.
Sumacs, pin cherries, chokecherries, wild plums, and lots of other fast-growing native trees–weeds, as some people like to call them–spring up and grow like mad. While many look at these “trash” trees as a nuisance near refined gardens, a tree by any other name is still a tree! Most of these trees are heaven for wild bird populations! So, try to save this trash tress from a crash.
Read The Lorax.
Start an Arbor Day tradition with an annual read of The Lorax by Dr. Seuss, the amazing children’s story that strikes an ecological warning about the dangers of clear-cutting, pollution, and disregard for the earth’s environment.
Tame the junk mail beast.
In a single year Americans receive 19 billion catalogs in the mail. That boils down to 3.6 million tons of paper at the cost of 53 million trees. Ouch. And that’s not to mention all the rest of the junky junk mail that seems to flood our mailboxes like a swarm of locusts. Stop using junk mails or the trees will find them in a junk position which will later on turned to us.
Get in the tree spirit.
According to ancient Celtic lore, there is a magical tree associated with each month of the year. Find out which one is your helper and learn valuable information about your personality from the wisdom of the trees.
So, these are much better option than to speak and scream only that we love trees. Let’s say something not by our mouth, but by our doings.