How does tree plantation support a better India?
Tree plantation helps to address numerous environmental challenges such as deforestation, soil erosion, desertification in semi-arid areas and global warming, while also improving the beauty and harmony of the Environment. Trees absorb toxic substances and exhale oxygen, increasing the supply of oxygen.
India's attitude towards tree plantation throughout the last few centuries has been attention worthy. The famous “Chipkoo movement” prevented widespread deforestation in order to create space for economic and infrastructure development in the country. There are successful mass plantings that are taking place in various states around the country. Indians are experts at locating all means of convenience via life hacks. Tree plantation is our most sustainable life hack for a better India.
Importance of Tree Plantation for India’s future
· The primary approach of tree plantation is a sustainable practice. Many industries use timber or wood in other forms as raw materials, including the pulp and paper industries, the match industry, the timber and sawn wood industries, the plywood industries, the particle board industries, fiber board industries, the oil and biodiesel industries, and many more. Excessive deforestation would deplete natural resources, threatening the Indian economy's future by increasing the need to buy from other countries. Planting trees throughout one's life benefits both sustainable development and the future of the Indian economy.Planting trees and participating in regular tree plantation efforts is good. Afforestation will provide a steady supply of raw materials for industrial usage.
· The second step is toreduce one's carbon impact. To convert and deliver similar amounts of oxygen, each tree consumes around 21 kg of carbon dioxide. Planting trees will lower the quantity of carbon dioxide produced by each individual through the consumption of oxygen and other organic substances. Each individual creates a specific amount of carbon each day, which is referred to as their carbon footprint. If every Indian begins to plant trees, the quality of life will improve due to an increase in oxygen and a decrease in carbon dioxide.
· Ecotourism is another benefit that India may reap from tree plantation. The tourism sector admits that travellers seek to discover undeveloped, fragile, and pristine natural places while also enjoying some commercialization. Indians, planting trees will provide India an opportunity to create such naturally occurring beauty sites comprised of a supporting ecology. For eco-tourism in India, a co-existing eco- commercial complex that creates recycled energy can be built.
Incredible India is a megadiverse subcontinent with four distinct seasons and a diverse climatic pattern. Deforestation has a greater impact on climate patterns than the general public realizes. It is true that deforestation reduces the passage of water from land to the atmosphere via evaporation. Because the environment is always changing, specialists are finding it impossible to anticipate it accurately. Survival for the next few generations will be remarkable with a surge in carbon dioxide, soil erosion and deforestation. Soil degradation, water shortages, acid rains, increasing consumption of greenhouse gases, air pollution, altered air patterns, fauna relocation and other environmental challenges already exist in India.
We at Netsol Water, believe thatthe only dramatic step required to address these challenges is widespread tree planting across the country. Tree plantings in mass are an excellent solution for low-cost and good Corporate Social Responsibility. It is the first step towards sustainable growth and carbon footprint reduction.
Wherever it is possible, we always make sure that plantation should be done.