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Trees: a truly beautiful part of the natural environment, but they are also amazingly efficient machines—constantly working to make Earth a healthier planet.
How Trees Make a Difference
The Trees for Wildlife™ program from the National Wildlife Federation (NFW) is designed to help you guide children and teens through activities that will deepen their understanding of how trees make a difference in their lives and in the world. Here are 10 proven ways that trees make a big difference. — NWF
How Trees Help the Climate
One tree can sequester (or take in) more than one ton of carbon dioxide in its lifetime. Planting trees and avoiding deforestation are key measures in reducing the human impact on global climate change. Learn more about how the National Wildlife Federation is helping wildlife survive a changing climate and protect our forests: