Breathing oxygen is something I do every day, all day. As a chronic oxygen user, I am extremely grateful for the work done by Tree Canada, a charity dedicated to planting trees. Since trees produce the majority of the oxygen I breathe, I can't imagine what my life would be like without them. I often wonder if there would be any oxygen left to breathe without the work done by Tree Canada, or how much worse the quality of the air I breathe would be.
Tree Canada has planted 80 million trees in Canada since 1992 - that is an average of nearly 3 million trees per year. I, and the world in my opinion, need an enormous amount of trees planted every year in order to counteract deforestation and produce enough oxygen to sustain life, fight pollution by absorbing carbon dioxide, and help prevent future floods and land erosion.
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