Effects Of Cutting Down Trees In The Rain Forest

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Rainforests are often compared to the lungs of the earth. But with the development of the human economy and industrial level, more and more rainforests were being cut down because of people's need for wood. This began to make our earth hard to breathe.

There are many adverse effects of cutting down trees in the rain forest.

  • First of all, tens of thousands of wild animals will lose their homes. Some endangered species will be extinct because of it.
  • Secondly, without the protection of the rainforest, the local soil will become soft. This will cause soil erosion, floods, and droughts.
  • Thirdly, we all know that rainforests play an important role in regulating the global climate and environment. If the rainforest is destroyed, it will not only have a great impact on the climate of the region but also cause ecological imbalance and various natural disasters such as tornado and typhoon, abnormal drought around the world.
  • Finally, the rainforest can purify the air, absorb a lot of carbon dioxide and other waste gases, and provide abundant oxygen for the local area. Because of the absence of rainforest, the local air will become dirty, haze is more likely to occur, too much industrial waste gas in industrial areas will form acid rain and cause great damage to local crops.

As you can see, cutting down trees in rainforests can cause many adverse effects. But human development needs wood, so sustainable development is the best way to solve the problem at present.To use wood appropriately and to plant the same number of trees at the same time. This can effectively reduce the destruction of the rainforest and make people and nature live in harmony.

The composition in the translation writing test of College English III. Tools used include Baidu Translation, Grammarly.

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