The cutting of trees in a forest to a large extent is called deforestation. This process is led due to the clearing of forests for settlement, agriculture, or business purposes. It has become a serious environmental concern and issue with time because of this. Some of the main and well-known problems of this action have caused and affected climatic changes, the disappearance of wildlife, soil erosion, greenhouse gas emissions, etc.
The loss of trees adversely affects every biological life in all possible ways. The people of the world have come to tackle these problems in their way, for instance In the US, laws like the Endangered Species Act, the Wilderness Act, the Lacey Act, and the Roadless Rule help protect our forests and stop illegal wood products from entering the U.S. marketplace and in India, there are plans to create an additional carbon sink of 2.5-3 billion tons of CO2 equivalent through additional forest and tree cover, actions are already implemented slowly. This means increasing its forest cover from the current 25% to 33% and restoring 26 million hectares of land by 2030.