Green plants turn carbon dioxide into oxygen. We need oxygen to breath.
Green plants contribute to the filtration of the air of our planet. They provide the ability for us to breathe. Plants take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen. We breathe oxygen and release carbon dioxide. It is a codependent relationship we depend on. Where would the oxygen come from if all the plants, trees and fields of grasses were gone??? Yes some would come from the oceans evaporation, but not enough. Since humankind is stripping the trees from the planet faster than they can grow to replace the demand, what do you think is happening to our atmosphere? Global warming is a direct result of loosing the trees.....period. Can you tell it is a subject near and dear to my heart. It is a sad thing to me that we continue to pave the surface of the earth with cement. It is even sadder that for the most part people do not even think about it.
green plants are important for oxygen and the oxygen is important for the environment.
Green plants use carbon dioxide and release oxygen during the day... and at night time they use oxygen and release carbon dioxide in to the air.
by Ralph Schwartz9 months ago
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by Jack Lee12 months ago
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by thoufic9 years ago
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by ngureco8 years ago
China is now emitting more carbon dioxide than US. How is Obama going to counter this?
by H P Roychoudhury6 years ago
Why is only Carbon dioxide considered for climate change and not any other gases?
by SparklingJewel8 years ago
this just came in my email today...check it out...what do you think?http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 … s_ss=email
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