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INTRODUCTIONEating drinking working and other daily things you do involve trees You might not realize how important trees are to you but if you think hard you will know that you rely on trees in order to survive To be able to work eat drink we have to cut about 10 million trees every day now thats a lot of trees If we do not minimize the amount of trees we use we will not probably even have any trees for the futurehttpwwwaskcomquestionhow-many-trees-are-cut-down-each-dayIMPORTANCE TO THE ECONOMYTrees are the most important plants in our economy Trees help the economy by making the water near it clean by giving us nutrition with the fruit that is provided fix nitrates into soil to make it more fertile and lastly trees also increase biodiversity Many jobs and industries were made because of trees people have jobs since trees have uses that are helpful and important One industry can make a difference to the economy by hiring a lot of people to work at the industry Without trees we would not be able to survive A tree can make the economy much better than it used to be People say that money does not grow on trees however it does fruits and olives that grow on trees can be sold to the economy and we can make money off of it If we remove tree from our economy we are basically removing ourselveshttpwwwgreenpoporgwhy-treesUSESways this resource is exploited Since trees are very valuable they can be used in many ways Every day we need papers to write down a phone number for work for the bathroom for books journals and notes For the existence of the trees we are able to do all these things If we ever get sick we have medicines that come from trees to help us Trees also provides us with clean oxygen to breathe in supplies such as paper wood desk tables toys and etc Trees
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