Sankalp Taru G1 Plant A Tree

January 25, 2017 12:00 AM
  • Sankalp Taru G1 Plant A Tree logo
  • Sankalp Taru G1 Plant A Tree logo

Introduction

The importance of trees cannot be overstated. Trees are vital as carbon stores, sources of oxygen, stabilisers of soil, sources of food and havens for a score of wildlife. Trees are also our first barriers in protection from climate change. They provide a variety of ecosystems in various climatic zones that nurture some of the most interesting flora and fauna.
 
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