Planting trees is one of the best things you can do for the environment and for the planet. Trees besides producing oxygen and removing carbon dioxide and contaminants from the air, trees have many other social, economic, and environmental benefits.
Trees battle climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide produced in various processes in the environment and releasing oxygen to the environment.
Trees also control the climate by restraining the occurrence of the sun, rain, and wind.
The trees do so by cooling the environments through their leaves absorbing beaming of the sun, cooling the atmosphere and preserving warmth when harsh winds occur.
Trees lower the air temperature by regulating the intensity of the heat through minimizing the levels of carbon dioxide produced.
Additionally, they lower temperatures by providing shade to homes and streets and by releasing water vapor into the atmosphere that reduces the heat generated.