“He who plants a tree, plants a hope”
All of us are very well known about the significance of planting trees and plants. They are the biggest life saviors for us in present era. Environmental conditions in which we are living are becoming worse day by day, Earth temperature is rising swiftly, Pollution is spreading everywhere. We don’t have pure water to drink, no fresh air to inhale and even no hygienic food to eat. It’s just like we are living in a dirty and polluted chamber where there is no quality water, food and air available. All these issues are becoming viral and taking our lives so quietly.
How to avoid the environmental challenges??
So the question is how we can avoid these environmental and health challenges??? Simplest and the easiest way to avoid these challenges is to grow plants and trees. They have the solutions to your all issues regarding environment and health. They purify air by absorbing carbon dioxide and other toxic pollutants from air and by releasing oxygen. By absorbing the chemicals from soil they are providing us pure water to drink. They give us the fresh and hygienic food to eat, provide us shed from dangerous ultraviolet rays and the burning heat of sun. Consequently, they give us “LIFE”
World Plantation day 21st March:
It is the matter of fact that we are pretending to be still unaware yet knowing everything. World Plantation Day on 21st March is celebrated for people like us who are still illiterate yet knowing the significance of plantation. The purpose of this day is to awake the people and to make them realize, how important the trees and plants in our lives are. The day is celebrated worldwide and different organizations and Medias arrange different plantation awareness programs. Activities are arranged like concerts, essay writing competitions at schools and colleges; clean up campaigns, recycling and many other relating this day. Result of celebrating this day is that the plantation activity has becoming one of the most occurring activities.