According to scientists, our climate is changing rapidly and this has major consequences for flora and fauna – and for human health in particular. Air pollution is everywhere. To help reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, world conferences are regularly organised to encourage countries to stop this fatal process.
In this framework, natural grass can be a great help. Unfortunately, not many people are aware of this fact and have overlooked the positive contribution of oxygen production and carbon dioxide fixation natural grass brings. People are understandably more concerned about the loss
of one hectare of rain forest than one hectare of grass. Although both are very important, it is an interesting fact that the annual oxygen production and carbon dioxide fixation from one hectare of grass exceeds that of one hectare of forest!