Tree removal is an old industry that has long protected property and people alike. For as long as there have been large concentrations of people, there have been property concerns, such that there needs to be a way to clear out nature to make way for buildings and other man made structures. Sometimes nature gets in the way of progress, but we need nature, so how do we combat those two things?
For awhile we simply cut down and cleared whatever was in our way, but as the human race evolves, we have begun to better understand how connected humans are with nature. This of course has caused a problem with the tree removal industry, because trees still need to be removed in order to save property and potentially lives.
Bringing it all together
Of course for us to exist with nature in harmony, we need to change what we are doing and be more conscious about how we are removing trees. In essence, what we need to do is redefine some of our practices in order to get a better grasp on how to remove trees without harming the environment. And while technology plays a large role in this endeavor, it won’t solve all of our problems.
What we need to do is develop different practices in order to achieve that balance. To be able to remove and dispose of trees without upsetting the ecosystem and to make sure that nature and humanity can live as one. We hope.