TOPIC: Research both sides of the issue: the environmental value of the rain forests and the need of the people who are cutting them down. Also looking for what experts are recommending should be done.
Tropical rainforests are important to everyone, not just to the plants and animals living there. Nowadays, the areas covered by rainforests around the world are rapidly shrinking, and many countries that have tropical rainforests are poor. These are very big threats that will influence extremely not only nature, economy, culture but also heath and longevity of human. Therefore, it is very necessary to make a conversation about tropical rainforests.
Today, a few of these rainforest cultures still live in West Africa, Borneo, and the Amazon. They cut small amounts of the rainforests to build their homes and to burn as firewood, and travel as a group to collect and hunt food. Life is changing very rapidly for rainforest people. As the rainforests are destroyed, how are their homes and their life? Roads are often built through the rainforest for oil and gas exploration, logging, and mining. These roads and development often chop up the traditional homelands of the local cultures. Outside people also bring diseases like colds, pneumonia, and measles. All these things are endangering the culture and life of the rainforest people.
Tropical rainforest becomes more and more important to not only rainforest people but everyone around the world. Scientists have shown that they are always discovering new plants in tropical forests. Some of these plants contain substances that can be made into medicines. "Image losing the potential cure for cancer or AIDS that might have been found in an undiscovered plant from the