I’m living in an area where greenery isn’t lacking, and so I don’t have to think much about what if there isn’t much greenery around. Probably, somewhere there are places that have gotten so desolated, and so greenery would probably be out of reach.
In China, there are places that either desert sands would eat up greenery or the neglect of environment that would turn greenery area into a dry, desolated man-made scenery.
Would you prefer more trees and lakes and cleaner air than dry, dirty, desolated scenery? I know I would want greenery over a desert for my daily scenery. Unless, of course, from time to time, I want to be in awe and become a tourist, I would love to travel to a desert, but other than such a moment of spark I would love to bathe myself in greenery for sure. After all, more trees would be able to suck out the pollutions that we are creating every day from our vehicles and whatnot. Basically, a healthy dose of greenery each day is a healthy day for a person to live for.
Anyhow, I think China has done something amazing. China is continuing to make progress on creating forests in the most desolated places in China. For an example, Saihanba, North of Beijing was once a beautiful, greenery area where royal family members in Qing dynasty would use as a hunting area, but after Qing dynasty had gotten weak the place got deteriorated for letting people chopping trees down for lumber as a way of making money. Then one day the Chinese people found out the whole place got only one tree left standing. That was when the Chinese were mustered up to recreate the greenery for the place.
Nowadays, Saihanba got 480 million trees standing to let whoever wants to visit the place to take in a beautiful, majestic greenery scene. From one tree to 480 million trees, I think it’s a beautiful thing! What do you think?