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Trees; Nature's Gift to Man

Trees; Nature's Gift to Man

  • Submitted By: minalkyada
  • Date Submitted: 01/09/2011 8:59 AM
  • Category: English
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Content:

1. Trees - Nature’s Gift to Man.
2. If there were no newspapers.
3. The Place of women in Indian Society
4. A Road Accident I Witnessed.
5. Lets Stop Child Labour.
6. My Favourite Hobby.
7. If I were a Teacher
8. If there were no Electricity?
9. Life in a crowded city
10. An Hour On A Railway Platform
11. Pollution
12. If I were the Prime Minister of India

1.Trees - Nature’s Gift to Man.
Of all the living beings inhabiting this earth, trees are out best friends. Mother Nature, in her infinite
wisdom, has gifted them to man to live in harmony with him and to be of great service to him.
Besides fruits, trees provide important raw materials for our industries. Industries provide employmentto people. The wood for furniture, housing, railway carriages and ships come from trees. Wood is also used forfuel and for making charcoal which is used as fuel. From trees we get wood - pulp to make paper and artificialyarns (like nylon). Trees also give us products such as spices, rubber, turpentine, eucalyptus oil and gum. Wealso get honey and many valuable things for medicine from forests.
We get so many things from forests that forests are rightly known as ‘ green gold’ Trees provide shadeto tired travellers and animals and shelter to innumerable birds and insects. Trees keep the environment clean.They absorb harmful carbon dioxide from the air and fill the atmosphere with precious life - sustaining oxygen.In this way they reduce air pollution. Therefore, trees are called the lungs of nature. Forests retain humidity andattract rains. There will be no rain if there are no trees. It is for this reason that trees are known as rain catchers.
In fact, all our basic necessities like, air, water, food, clothing and shelter come directly or indirectly
from trees. We thus, owe our very existence to trees.
If there were no trees, there would be no rain and land would turn into an arid desert. Mankind wouldperish for...

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