Trees are crucial to human survival. Their importance to the carbon cycle is just as critical as the part they play in our survival as a species dependent on them to produce food, clothing, and shelter.

The world’s forests serve several purposes: they filter the air we breathe, mitigate the effects of climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, cool the surrounding land, and provide critical homes for many species of plants and animals.

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