Pollution has increased immensely especially in industrialized countries.
Deforestation has led to climate change and global warming which affects all living organisms.
More and more trees were being cut to make way for buildings, roads, and houses.
While industries became successful, living conditions for animals became worse. Several species of both plants and animals have gone extinct.
Humans learned to make charcoal from burnt wood that will be used in manufacturing weapons.
Materials used for the construction of boats, carriage, and other means of transportation came from trees.Trees have been around for millions of years, even longer than humans.Long ago, you can always find forests with trees that are so tall and healthy.An estimated 2.4 billion people use fuelwood for cooking their food and approximately 765 million people worldwide use wood fuel to boil and sterilize water.What you can do to keep the world’s forests healthy Forest cover varies across different areas in the world.It is time to change our ways and do something to stop people from destroying the world we live in. Nowadays, few companies have started to manufacture paper, books, and grocery bags from recycled materials. During the winter season, use charcoals instead of firewood for making a fire. Also, the use of coals is better than firewood because it last longer so cutting of more trees or logs will be lessened. Every single person should start to plant and care for a tree. Raise awareness by educating your friends, family, relatives, schoolmates, teachers, officemates, and every person you know.By purchasing and using recycled products, more companies will no longer use new and raw materials in manufacturing items. This will help replace the trees that have been cut down and regrow forests. Use social medias and share so it can reach everyone and they will see how things really are.Because of the increasing demand for wood and other products made from the parts of a tree, deforestation became rampant.In an instant, rainforests in different countries have declined dramatically.There is a reason why we often figuratively speak of ‘the tree of life’; forests are key to supporting life on Earth.Eight thousand years ago, half of the Earth’s land surface was covered by forests or wooded areas. Forests are home to 80% of the world’s land-based biodiversity and billions of dollars worth of medicinal plants are harvested from tropical forests every year.