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Why cities planting trees are changing lives

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Over 3 million people die annually from air pollution. Planting trees can help lower that number.
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I would be more than happy - for all of us (25 million +) to plant 'our' tree & when we die, be cremated & ashes put under the roots. Suburban streets, who can't have trees, because of power lines - could have large flowering bushes.
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Plant as many as you can in your own garden - it will outlive you.
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I love trees. I should've to married a tree.
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And Sydney is chopping more down.
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And Sydney is chopping more down.
True that! Hectares of koala habitat has been stripped bare for cramped sub divisions on Gold and Sunshine coasts.
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Plant more trees please.
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Trees are good for all living creatures as well as the planet.
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Planting more trees are not only transforming peoples lives. It’s helping climate change
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Finally someone figured out that cutting down the rainforests was a bad idea.
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Not only planting new trees, but saving ancients forests, thus ecosystems.
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We also need modern agriculture to boost up. Grasses can produce more oxygen per acre per day than trees which we can store in the form of clothes, organic concrete, plastics, etc. We also need fed and we need energy. If we stopped needing oil the carbon cycle would return to a natural rhythm. Agricultural waste like corn stover and more will be converted into chemical energy by gassification then reforming and turning into methanol. It can also be charred into charcoal to be used for heat. It can also be burned to produce electricity. It can also be turned into ethanol. There's so many things we can do with hydrocarbons and it's not all that expensive. It's certainly doable and will become cheap because it's all wasteproduct. Check out Gabe Brown or Ray Artuleta. They're storing carbon in their soils and their animals. I don't eat meat because rn it's unsustainable. They're doing it better.
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We need to seriously think about donating as much money as we can to plant 1 trillion trees overall. Giving a few dollars a month for reforestation will not cut it, we need to give a lot more to save the planet and the climate. We have no choice.
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