Benefits of Trees

Benefits of Trees

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Dr. Yogesh Sumthane, (M.Sc., Ph.D., M.B.A.), Bamboo Research & Training Centre, Chandrapur, Mob. +91 88062 17979

Trees provide social, communal, environmental, and economic benefits.

Trees provide benefits that promote health, social well-being and oven help your home. Trees serve many purposes in your local community and throughout the entire world.

Social Benefits  :

  1. Trees provide beauty and help people feel serve, peaceful, restful, and tranquil.
  2. Tress significantly reduces workplace stress and fatigue and decreases recovery time after medical procedures.

Economic Benefits  :

  1. The property value of landscaped homes is 5 to 20 % higher than non- landscaped homes.
  2. Individual tress hare value is affected by the size, condition, and function. In general, the larger the tree, the greater the value.
  3. Air conditioning costs are lower in a tree-shaded home, and heating costs are reduced when a home has a windbreak.
  4. Well-maintained trees can above value to a home.        

Communal Benefits  :

  1. City trees often serve architectural and engineering functions by providing privacy, emphasizing views, or obstructing objectionable views.
  2. Trees may reduce reflection or direct pedestrian traffic.
  3. Tress may soften, complement or enhance architecture.
  4. Trees bring natural elements and wildlife habits into urban surroundings all of which increase the quality of life for residents in the community.

Tress Require an Investment :

Trees provide numerous aesthetic and economic benefits but can hare costs. The costs associated with large tree removal and replanting with a smaller tree can be significant. In addition, the economic and environmental benefits. Produced by a young replacement tree is minimal when compared to those of a mature specimen.

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Extending the functional life span of large mature trees with routine maintenance can delay these expenses and maximum returns.

Environmental Benefits :

  1. Leaves filter the air I breathe by remaining dust and other particles, absorbing carbon dioxide and various air pollutants such as ozone, carbon monoxide, and sulfur dioxide, and release oxygen.
  2. Deciduous shade trees cool homes in the summer and allow the winter sun to heat homes when they lose their leaves.
  3. Trees help cool the environment working as a simple and effective way to reduce urban heat islands.
  4. Trees can serve as windbreaks. The more compact the foliage on the group of trees the more effective the windbreak.
  5. Trees intercept water, store some of it and reduce storm water runoff.  

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