Subject– The harmful impact of deforestation.
Hello. How are you? I hope this email finds you healthy and happy. By God’s grace I am also well. Yesterday I attended a seminar on environmental issues. I thought I should share some important points with you. The lecturer spoke about deforestation and its ill effects. Ecosystems that are essential to both wildlife and humans are destroyed by deforestation.
Some of the most iconic wild creatures in the world can be found living in lush green woods. But if people keep destroying trees at the same rate, they might become unsustainable. Each year, we remove more than 15 billion trees. Animals and insects seek refuge in the crowded villages that surround woods when humans destroy their habitats in the forests.
Native Americans either develop crops in the rich soil or directly pick food and medicine from many plant species that grow in the forest. These populations become vulnerable to food insecurity as a result of the corporations’ logging operations because they lack the resources to grow the food they require to survive.
Deforestation, or the widespread removal of trees, hastens soil erosion considerably.Trees aid in preventing flooding. Heavy rains are kept at bay by their roots, and some of the precipitation is also absorbed by the trees. Floods can be disastrously triggered by their absence.
It is extremely crucial that we understand the urgency of the situation and stop all activities harming the environment. There is another seminar next week, let me know if you’re up for it.