In Japan yesterday, leaders of the G8 summit were seen planting trees as showed off their new initiative to fight the carbon dioxide emissions that are ruining the atmosphere.
New trees have been deployed on the front line to absorb the carbon dioxide with their can-do photosynthetic attitude.
This has confirmed political experts predictions that the G8 summit would be the source of a tree surge to attempt and overwhelm the war on carbon dioxide, which many are beginning to say has turned into a thick quagmire-like smog.
Each leader was given the task of planting one tree each.
US President George W. Bush's tree was notable in that it seemed to be very unpopular with the insects and birds, while French President Nikolai Sarkorsky's tree was easily spotted by it's ability to attract the most attractive birds.