Save Our Forests

Only available on StudyMode
  • Download(s) : 5185
  • Published : May 5, 2011
Open Document
Text Preview
FOREST IS A VULNERABLE NATURAL RESOURCE
SAVE OUR FOREST

The poster is expressing concern about one of the most important resource: forest. It is one of the most vulnerable resources on our planet. The poster shows how humans are destroying this natural resource through cutting down trees and burning forests. This in turn is affecting the wildlife. The habitats of the wildlife are destroyed due to which some species become endangered and others die because they are not able to adapt to the new conditions and the new environment. Forest is a renewable, storable, natural resource. It is the green cover on planet earth. If one needs a good reason why forest should exist, then staying alive is a pretty good reason. It is the major producer of oxygen and consumer of carbondioxide. Forests affect the earths great cycles of nitrogen and sulphur; they affect the color of the earth and therefore its reflectivity and its temperature, they affect local and regional water supplies; they are the major reservoir of plants and animals; they are the home of millions and the livelihoods of millions more. Forests play a role in the cause and even more importantly, a potential cure for global warming. Forests cut down causes increased greenhouse gases in the environment and diverse forest lessens these gases and thus lessens chances of global warming. Forests plays a vast role in everyone’s life by providing products and services such as timber, firewood, food, herbal medicine, recreations, landscape and habitat for wildlife.

Over the past few decades, however, the magnitude of the commercial level exploitation of forest resources, in the form of removable of timber-based products through the process of logging has intensified significantly.

In a full world, forests have functions far beyond merely providing timber and fibre to voraciously expanding markets. The reality of the economic pressures remains and the pressures increase even as the needs for the environmental...
tracking img