Environmental Impacts of Deforestation in Third World Countries
Why are the rainforests so important to human and animal life? Scientists believe the rainforest are considered the "world's lungs" and actually eliminates CO2 from the atmosphere and provides oxygen for every living creature. In addition, pharmaceutical companies are realizing the importance of the discovery of anti-cancer drugs that are only found in plants in the rainforest. We are not thinking of the consequences that deforestation of the rainforest will have on the Earth. We need to stop the deforestation and the destruction of the rainforest before it is too late.
It is said that Mother Earth has given many responsibilities to the trees. Without the trees in the rainforest, it could have global...
Excerpt from file: Environmental Impacts of Deforestation in Third World Countries ExecutiveSummary Why are the rainforests so important to human and animal life? Scientistsbelievetherainforestareconsideredtheworldslungsand actuallyeliminatesCO2fromtheatmosphereandprovidesoxygenfor every living
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