Subject- Deforestation affects majority of the population, including people and animals, across the nation and in my community. Situation or Problem- Deforestation is the action of eliminating trees, in forests, by cutting them down. The objective of deforestation is to create more land for construction and land establishments with the idea of not restoring thee trees back or replacing them. How it affects my community- Deforestation can disrupt the homes of many animals, including birds and fish.
Deforestation is the total annihilation of forests in order to make the area open for other uses. Methods of deforestation are burning trees faster than the tree can grow back, leaving the area without the resources needed day to day like firewood for cooking. These maneuvers leave the land completely infertile and are contentious practices. They use, deforestation for many things such as fuel, making land for homes and oil. We need trees to absorb rainfall to help with pollution in the water we also need trees to assist with the growth of crops and avoid soil erosion.
Goodbye Green: Deforestation in America Small beads of water hang precariously from the tips of wide green leaves over 100 feet above the ground. Every inch of space on the way down is packed with color, from the vivid greens of leaves, mosses, and vines, to the rainbow of orchids and bromeliads hanging from the interwoven webs of branches. In addition to their natural beauty, forests are a vital part of the Earth’s natural environment. They are home to some of the most biodiverse conditions on the planet and are a source of materials used by humans everywhere: food, shelter, medicine, and more.
Deforestation is the process of cutting down and destroying trees in a habitat/ecosystem for human advantage, usually profit. Of all the areas on Earth being deforested, the Amazon Rainforest is the largest target. Over 750,000 square kilometers of The Amazon Rainforest have been destroyed across Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, and French Guiana. 79% of deforestation of the Amazon takes place in Brazil. Rainforests are cut down for a variety of reasons, mostly for agriculture and profit.
“Effects of Deforestation on Biodiversity and Species Extinction in the Amazon Rainforest” Brazil’s Amazon rainforest covers one third of South America, and is the world’s largest and richest ecosystem -- home to more than half of the world’s animal and plant species. FOOTNOTE Rainforests, like the Amazon, are critically important environments in maintaining the health and biodiversity of the plant and animal species living on the planet. However, the survival of millions of species is threatened every day. Among these destructive forces are climate change, poaching, and hunting. However, deforestation – the process of tree cutting to clear large swaths of land mainly for agricultural purposes, like cattle raising, is one of the most pervasive
Introduction: Throughout our history as human beings living on this planet we have, right throughout our history, exploited the planet’s natural resources where possible for the benefit of ourselves. Unfortunately, it is often the case that through our exploitation of the Earth’s resources we can leave a permanent trail of destruction behind us. The process that I will examine is the process of deforestation which can be defined as the clearing of forestlands for agriculture and other land-uses such as settlements, mining and other infrastructure, FAO (2010). People have carried out deforestation for centuries in order to use both the wood for building and burning etc.
Introduction: Forest are found all around the world. There many kinds of them. There are many benefits of them as well. Forests provide us with trees, food, some of medicines ingredients, wood, they are homes for many creatures, and many other benefits. But people are killing these environments with deforestation.
Deforestation has been a big problem. It is what most people talk about with this topic but what they don’t understand is that the only reason for deforestation is to help others. Most of the stuff we have is because of deforestation. All that we want to do is help others to get them to a better place. But unfortunately for them in Brazil, it is harder for them because of the Amazon Rainforest.
Global warming To blame people or not to blame people for global warming, that’s the question. Global warming is an raise in temperature over the whole world. Report has said, eleven out of the last twelve years have ranked amongst the hottest on record. CNN has said that temperature changes have been see over the last fifty years, as result to human actions. Scientists have forecasted that the temperature will raise 1.8 to four degrees Celsius.
The amazon rainforest is home to various different kinds of species ecosystems that work equally separate and together to perform their roles that are vital to humans and wildlife that have adapted to its uses and benefits. The interlinking web of ecosystems and creates a unique biological richness that cannot be compared across the globe which is an accurate representation of how truly magnificent and important the Amazon is. Because the climate is not the same across the world, biodiversity is not spread equally because of its dependence on certain geological factors in order to sustain itself.