A world without trees would be…….very, very bad.
There are approximately 3.04 trillion trees on Earth, covering around 31% of the land surface. Around 15 billion trees are cut every year. Hypothetically, speaking it would take nearly 200 years for the trees to disappear from the face of Earth. While this scenario is unlikely, what will be the consequences if this happens for real? An awful thought! And a very dangerous one. No more shady, leafy canopies. No more flowering magnolias or cherry blossoms. No more protection from windy rains. The world would seem naked without the most essential component required for the survival of humans. Read More