Deforestation

Deforestation

Table of Contents Introduction1 Important Facts1 Historical Background1-2 Background Law 2 Causes of Deforestation 2 The Green House Effect2-3 Reducing Deforestation3 Case Studies3-4 Pros and Cons 4-5 Conclusion5 Bibliography6 Ninety percent of our trees, 300 – 900 years old, have been cut down. The remaining 10% is all we will ever have. Deforestation is a […]

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Deforestation in China and Brazil’s Amazon

There can be no other means to express the seriousness of the problem regarding deforestation. This is the wanton yet systematic destruction of the earth’s natural forests. This is brought about by the obvious culprits and these are the people and organizations that want to make huge profits at the expense of future losses from […]

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Deforestation

Deforestation is defined as the conversion of forested areas to non-forest land use such as arable land, pasture, urban use, logged area, or wasteland. Forest plays as the most important role in our community today. One of the many reasons is that it gives shelter to the wild distinct animals including the domestics. It also […]

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Deforestation

In 1960 central America had 80% of its original forest area and today only 40% of these forest remain, in brazil has lost over 90% of it forest located along the Atlantic coast and the forests in developing countries have not been spared either where Nigeria has lost 80% of its forest area from the […]

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Deforestation and Uganda

Deforestation is the elimination of forest and woodland areas on the large scale. Deforestation emerged as a major problem because of large scale losses evident particularly in tropical regions. Evidence of deforestation dates back much further than modern times, owing to the fact that deforestation is also a natural process. Uganda is a small African […]

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Deforestation and its Effects

Deforestation refers to the cutting down of trees in the forests. Devoid of trees, a forest ceases to exist. For this reason, deforestation is also known as the destruction of forests. It is caused by a variety of human activities meant to satisfy human needs and wants. For instance, logging, which has been identified as […]

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Deforestation

Deforestation has become the biggest environmental concern today. Both governments and civilians have neither made many efforts nor taken initiatives to stop this menace. Deforestation is taking place at a startling rate of 150,000 square kilometers per year and many rain forests are expected to disappear in 10 to 15 years if the current rate […]

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