Deforestation And Its Effects On The Environment Essay

1832 Words Oct 31st, 2016 8 Pages
Deforestation: To Be Discontinued…
Robert Green Ingersoll once said, “In nature there are neither rewards nor punishments; there are consequences”. This quote initially states that with nature, every action has a reaction. Every action that mankind makes of nature, has a reaction. In the world in today, mankind has made various actions against mother nature, which has supplied and provided for man for millenniums on end. One of these actions is deforestation. Deforestation is the process in which trees in forests are cut down and cleared land for industrial and urbanization purposes. This process comes at a pricey cost in which it creates more harm than good. The United States of America should enforce a stricter law that restricts deforestation because it would reduce global warming and harm on the environment, it would reduce the extinction rate of endangered species, and it would provide more sustainability to everyday human life.
Deforestation is a process that takes place in all different countries of the world. As stated before, this process is used primarily for urbanization purposes to create more useable material and expand the land. Although the appeal for this process opens up many doors of opportunities, more times than most, it does the opposite. This process has so many negative impacts on the environment and humanity as a whole. Deforestation creates and adds to the many reasons for global warming as for extinction and various other mankind related issues…

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