Deforestation And Environment

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Breaking in and entering, burglary, and theft is Illegal in today 's society; but why is it okay to do such things to nature to benefit an over populated species? Deforestation has affected nature for years and has become one of the leading causes for the increasing rate of animal species becoming endangered or extinct. Many people believe that deforestation is something that doesn’t have any negative impact on nature because it allows for the production of lumber to create houses and other necessities. What they don’t realize is that deforestation causes many other problems to the Earth that could affect people later on after the forests are gone. It also destroys the homes of many indigenous animals that live within their habitats. Although deforestation may seem like a good thing, it creates many more problems in nature and should have far more stricter regulations.

To begin, deforestation damages the environment by greatly affecting the atmosphere. Deforestation considerably contributes to the rise of
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For example, farming is a field where it is in need of constant expansion and can always use the extra land to maximize their profit. Farmers not only produce crops for people but also supply livestock that people survive off of, "Farmers need more land to plant their crops and for their livestock to graze on" (source 3, paragraph 4). This explains that without deforestation the farmers would have a difficult time producing their product that are essential to supply to people. Another example, things such as beds, chairs, and sofas all use wood and these things wouldn’t be available without deforestation. Without knowing it everyone uses a product of deforestation despite their views on the matter. Deforestation had become a necessity in the expansion of technology and the conformability of peoples homes and everyday

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