Deforestation

The word deforestation has a great impact on the ecological balance of the planet earth which has been mostly distributed by this process. It is the process where the established forest was permanently removed or destroyed for other uses. A study revealed that approximately 18 million hectares of forest area is removed from the earth each year and is one of the major culprits of global warming.  Brazil, Indonesia, Thailand and many parts of Africa and Europe has the maximum level of deforestation. These terms come in many forms like fires, unsustainable logging, clearing for agriculture which pushes many species of plants and animals towards extinction. Today it has been seen that 15 percent of greenhouse gas emission is due to deforestation and studies reveal that around 17 percent of forest has been depleted in last 50 years.

  • Causes of Deforestation
  • Effects of Deforestation
  • Conservation Strategies
  • Economic Impact
  • Control and Measures

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