Trees are very beneficial for the environment and they are like natural air conditioners because they cool the earth by shading and recycling water, without trees humans would not be able to survive because the air would be bad for taking a breath. Trees give out oxygen, if we cutting down the trees it wouldn’t stop growing pollution but oxygen in the atmosphere will reduce. Trees have to breathe to live; they breathe in carbon dioxide and breathe out oxygen. We breathe out carbon dioxide and breathe in oxygen. Cutting down the trees takes away that oxygen. The trees absorb the harmful carbon dioxide and release life-sustaining oxygen, large amount of removing trees increases the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere leading to global warming due to the greenhouse effect. Trees are beneficial to the landscape because they create oxygen and provide shade, fruits, and flowers, and animals use trees for both food and shelter. 80% of land animals and plants live in the forests and without the trees, most of them will die, Variety of animals relies upon trees and meets their needs and they liked winged creatures take trees as shelter for them and their offspring.

The atmosphere in the environment is mostly made up of gasses. So cutting down the trees would increase the amount of carbon dioxide because there are no trees to absorb it and this will cause dangerous gas would lead to global warming.

Once a tree is cut down the trunk is chipped into mulch and hauled away or cut into smaller logs or blocks for other purposes, but the roots remain in the ground. Without leaves, the cut tree cannot produce food for the growth of its roots.

The loss of trees can cause climate change, soil erosion, fewer crops; increased greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and flooding. The trees also help control the level of water in the atmosphere by helping to regulate the water cycle. After removing the trees there is less water in the air to be returned to the soil and the tree’s roots often stop growing crops. During heavy rains, trees absorb water in large quantities. But due to the large scale of cutting down trees, they are very less trees to preserve water and they will cause heavy floods causing and heavy loss of life and property.

To sum up, cutting down trees is not necessarily needed, since it destroyed all organisms on earth. Cutting down all the trees would end life cycles including human beings on the other hand cutting down trees would give space for new trees to grow and providing wood for papers and other activities.