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A MUST READ.
One of the largest drivers of climate change is deforestation. We humans have devastated forest ecosystems across the globe by destroying large areas of forest, mostly for agricultural uses.
Forests cover about 30% of the earth's surface (rainforest use to cover about half that), and millions of species rely on the forest ecosystems to live.
Furthermore, forests help stabilize the earths climate, and they are vital for both the water cycle and carbon cycle. Forests consume large amounts of carbon dioxide, yet when these forests are destroyed, the carbon that would otherwise be absorbed is simply left in the atmosphere to only in hence the greenhouse effect.
As we continue to destroy the forests, we're only going to make the greenhouse effect worse than we already are.
One of the most heartbreaking statistics I've ever read is that rainforests once covered about 15% of the earth's surface, yet largely due to human activity, they only cover about half that amount. In the span of only about a century, we humans have managed to lay to ecosystems that took millennia to evolve.
Sadly of current trends continue, nearly all of the worlds rainforest could be gone in the next century. Not only will this result in a decrease in oxygen production and an increase in carbon dioxide, vast numbers of species will go extinct as a result. A staggering 18 million acres of forest are lost every year according to the United nation' Food and agriculture organization, and that number is likely only going to increase if these forest ecosystems are not protected.
Unfortunately, many of our economic systems place a monetary value on the forests due to their timber.
When I look at a rainforest, or just any forest in general, the beauty of such natural environments should place it above monetary value. After all, why destroy something that we quite literally rely on to survive similar for a short term monetary gain?
Although we currently do need timber and other resources to build many of our homes, there are better ways of going about what we are doing to the earth. (Continues in the comments below)