Saturday, October 24, 2015

The Many Causes of Deforestation (part 2 of 2)

Due to the population increase, the demand of food supply is also amplified. Thus, the call for establishing wider agricultural areas came to rise. However, with this prospect in mind, forest areas have been compromised and have given in to the birth of newer and heavier obligations such that of feeding the entire population.

Lastly, projects of oil exploitation disturb our untouched resources. The human consumption of oil has grown ever since and thus resulted to the need for massive supply of oil. The search for oil has truly distorted the image of our unscathed land territories.

As you can see, all the causes of deforestation are merely for human consumption. If there is a decrease in demand for such products, there'll probably be a reduction in forest eradication too.

Can The Origins Of Deforestation Be Stopped?

Can deforestation be stopped? Well, the answer to this relies on the humans alone. No one but us can provide a response to this query. Alongside our answers are factors which can affect the rate of deforestation. Some of these factors are: the people involved in the green movement, the number of biological groups around the globe, and the participation of the government and its officials.

However, the outcomes primarily rely on your own responses and actions. You can always contribute to the green movement if you’re determined enough to solve the problems of deforestation. The world needs you and your contributions to finally put an end to this problem.

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