What is the role of trees in controlling air pollution?
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Trees play a major role in reducing air pollution by acting as a natural filter for the pollutants in the air. Trees absorb carbon dioxide and other pollutants like nitrogen oxide, sulfur dioxide, and ozone, which can all lead to air pollution and contribute to global warming.
Trees also produce oxygen and reduce heat buildup in urban areas, contributing to better air quality.