” Eight thousand years ago, when human beings settled and began to grow crops, half the planet’s land mass was covered in thick forest. Today, less than a third is still forested. Worldwide, over the last 10 years, forest cover has been reduced by 2.4%. In order to live, all plants on the planet release oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide. Two acres of mature forest absorb the equivalent of the carbon emissions from 100 midsize cars over a period of a year.
Plant a tree: You will be joining the fight against global warming and the atmospheric pollution caused by carbon dioxide emissions “.
-Abrams, “365 Ways To Save The Earth”, 2008