The desruction of the world’s forests in inevitable as our need for land and food grows. Do you agree?
The world’s forest play an important role such as regulating climates and provide habitat for many species on earth. The global rate of forest destruction have incresed since 1980’s and the World Resources Institute estimated that deforestation is averaged 16.9 million hectares annually and if this continue, there would be no forests remaining by some time between the years 2040 and 2060. If the green natural resources is destroyed, we will face many serious consequences such as global warming, disaster or even extinction.
Firstly, its knowledgeable that now people have to suffer the climate change resulted by the greenhouse effect caused by carbon dioxide. Genereally, carbon dioxide is absorbed by trees which can prevent the greenhouse effect. However, those filter machines are reducing continually and this will caused many troubles in which there is global warming. This will lead to climate change that will caused some trouble such as warmer temperature, wind direction change and higher sea level. Futhermore, a lot of carbon dioxide can pollute the environment and harmed the global health.
Besides that, the destruction of world’s forest will make advantage for disaster as flood, drought, tidal waves and so forth. People already know that trees protect them from flood by keeping a large amount of water and drought by maintaining the humidity of the world. However, it seems like people excellent shield is broked by themself. According to many scientists, people have to suffer a lot of disaster in this century. This is proven by Tsunami in Thailand and earthquakes in Haiti and Japan. Eventually, this will caused poverty, starvation, losing home and death which affects the human lives.
On the other hand, not only human is affected but the animals are also related firmly to the tress in global ecology system. If the forest’s destruction rate...
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