The railroad cut through many lands and affected the Native Americans in a perilously way. Furthermore, many resources, such as buffalo were slaughtered and were almost made extinct, and Native Americans lost their land to American settlers, as well as these resources.Therefore, the Transcontinental
It has affected the environment by have deforestation problems. Deforestation is when people remove and cut down trees for special purposes such as getting wood to make houses. As Rwanda is a land enveloped in lush green vegetation there are lots of trees being cut down it can affect the ani,mals there by not having food and die and when the animals die there will be less food for people to eat so that will affect people dieing because of hunger. This causes a cycle of so many death that is why it needs to be stopped. Rwanda has already made a ban of having no plastic bags as it is not biodegradable and it affects the environment by it bringing pollution problems which focused on a different thing.
The problem that can come up is illegal hunting and poaching. Poaching and illegal hunting can cause an off set in the ecosystem by overhunting animals. When one animal population decline drastically, other organisms are affected too. The decline in native predators is the main cause for overpopulation of animals like deer. Deer overpopulation has led to rapid decrease vegetation life causing other animals to be put at risk.
This is what the forest could look like because pandas are on the endangered species list. Due to the deforestation is causing panda bear population to shrink. The panda bear population use to be huge but now is shrinking. now and then are very different. The giant panda was once widespread throughout southern and eastern China, as well as neighbouring Myanmar and northern Vietnam but due to expanding human populations and development, the species is now restricted to around 20 isolated patches of bamboo.
The world’s most expansive forest, the Amazon, is the site of the greatest projected loss of natural life-sustaining habitat and beauty due to deforestation which makes efforts to conserve the forest and save its defenseless inhabitants a critical priority and essential duty of our time. Deforestation affects the world in a negative way, with the most dramatic impact being the loss of habitat for millions of species. In fact, “80% of Earth’s land animals and plants live in forests.” (National Geographic Deforestation 1) Animals would lose shelter, food resources, and breeding area. Without an ample number of trees, the forests would lose its canopy which would cause extreme temperature
Deforestation In Brazil A family of endangered jaguars is struggling to stay alive in the Amazon. Deforestation has taken their home, food, and clean water. This is just one example of thousands of how deforestation is harming all sorts of life, including the animals. Animals die every day as a result of deforestation, and yet people are still cutting trees. Over the last fifty years, deforestation levels have massively increased.
Forests are cut down for the purpose of lumbering affecting to the extinction of various plants and animals, because of which the eco-system is much disrupted. The clearance of the rainforests is to greatly affect the people as the produce of oxygen is sure to decrease. So also the change in the climate will affect the water cycle occurring in the nature. Not only of human being, but also the animals are being threatened to extinction. Some of the animals threatened to extinction are like boa constrictor, macaw, toucan, spider monkey, sloth, tree snail, morpho butterfly, poison-arrow frog, rhinoceros
For instance, deforestation of tropical rainforests has seen a direct loss of species and indirectly through increasing threat of global warming. The tropical rainforests hold at least 50% of the world’s species. Besides habitat fragmentation, a division of ecosystems and populations of species into smaller isolated, lead to biodiversity through increasing vulnerability of some populations to disease and other stressors. Pollutants such as acid air rain pollution, fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides destroy and alter habitats and their species as
There are already many species that have become extinct, either because their habitat was destroyed, a food supply ceased to exist, or they were hunted to extinction. No amount of laws and watchdogs can guarantee that a species will survive. As mankind and civilization spread out over the world, more animals will be become extinct. It is not realistic to think we can protect them all." (‘Should We Protect Endangered Species?’) .
It is likely that the destroyed areas will not regenerate with the same diversity as before (World Book; Amazon Rainforest). Humans have impacted Brazil’s Amazon Rainforest through the clearing of land for cattle ranches, logging, mining, agriculture, and construction operations (Facts on File; Amazon River). 80% of the logging done in the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil is done illegally (Facts on File; Amazon Rainforest). This destroys the habitats of organisms as well as the organisms themselves, and it disrupts the way organisms live in the rainforest (Facts on File; Amazon River). Many plant species can be used to create drugs in order to treat diseases such as cancer, Rodriguez 4 AIDS, and Alzheimer’s (Blue Planet Biomes).
Apart from the domestic trade, the military macaw is also in decline thanks to habitat loss from Mexico to Argentina. While the bird 's range is massive, it 's also highly fragmented, which makes the military macaw even more vulnerable. There 's believed to be an estimated 10,000-19,999