Some people think that planting trees in open spaces in cities and towns is more important than building houses. to what extent do you agree or disagree?

One of the most conspicuous trends in today's world is planting trees. Some people believe that trees should be planted in and around the city.
On the other hand
, others argue that cities are for building homes not for plantation. As
, there are both merits and demerits for
trend. I agree that vegetation is essential for human existence and
essay will explain it in detail.
, mother nature is a beautiful thing in human life and plants have equal right to stay in cities;
, increasing global warming and carbon footprint can be reduced if we encourage plantation in local gardens and in parks.
For example
, many developing countries are planning to use their pavements to plant greenery to reduce global warming. Needless to say, every living and non-living organisms have equal right to live in
world and cities should
have preserved natural resources.
, emission of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere is increasing the heat intensity and to naturally cool down the air green houses play a key role.
, every individual house should allocate some place for the natural vegetation to avoid extreme heats in the summers.
For instance
, many communities started to lease farm lands to grow organic farms to earn money and produce healthy food for cheaper prices in Australia.
, to avoid the inevitable greenery is the only possible solution. In conclusion, one can clearly understand that every human should feel responsible for the environment and reserve nature from extinction.
, the role of mother nature is too dire to ignore.
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