There are obvious consequences when you try to put up a battle with nature, but in spite all these knowledge, why does ecological disturbance still exist? Why does deforestation happen when everybody knows for a fact that it is doing more harm than good to nature? The answers are a bit tricky, and it comes in complex ways.
The Global Man Made Phenomenon
Forests are being stripped at an alarming rate since the 1900's, and both men and government made no aggressive moves to save the planet from total annihilation. Perhaps the reason why men can't simply take their hands off of nature is because of the need to live. Likewise, the government can see no further ways to stop the issues since it has been at a steadily increasing rate.
The first good reason why our lands are being wiped off with all the naturals is because of its values. The more viable products they see in nature, the more men become eager to penetrate the wild. Wherever there is money involved, there will always be humans hovering above it. Above all, forest depletion is for men consumption. Although it's a terrible truth, people are all aware of it; but some would only let it pass their eyes for the sole purpose of profiting.
Apart from food, other resources can also be derived from nature.
Why Does Deforestation Result To Devastation
There are some experts who believe that deforestation is not evil in all ways. It has some good outcomes with nature too, but the matter of controlling and disciplining oneself becomes the biggest question. Take note, we are not only talking about the depletion of ecological life, but with the extinction of human life too.
Areas which are emptied of the green life, especially in tropical rainforests, can be very receptive to deforestation. Tropical rainforests consist of only a delicate layer of topsoil that is effortlessly worn away if there is no undergrowth grasping it in place.
The wildlife that is adapted to live in the jungle typically cannot continue to exist out in the open. Forests also act as the heat absorber of the planet, and it serves as the biggest recipients of carbon dioxide in the air.
So why does deforestation happen? Perhaps, the answer to that is ourselves. We can never point fingers on anyone since we all contribute to the earth's likely demise. From the small things that we do and from the biggest threats like major corporations, everyone realistically participates in the gradual killing of the earth.
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