As according to Gandhi «What we're doing to the forests of the world, is what we're doing to ourselves and to one another», we cannot be indifferent to the mass phenomenon of deforestation. As 13 millions hectares of forests is either cut down or simply burnt each year, it means to be a real threat not only for the wildlife but also for us, the human beings. We'll look into the first origins and spread of it. Then, we'll explore and conduct analysis on the consequences it generates on everyone of us.
[...] Some needed changes have already started in our very daily actions such as new climate habits. To end, what people do not understand is that there is a clear and full interaction between damaging animals'welfare and human beings' one. How much we care about this reflects how much we care about our own future survival. We may control this activity : either put an end or limit this human destruction because it is at hands right now. Every effort could significantly count. [...]
[...] We'll look into the first origins and spread of it. Then, we'll explore and conduct analysis on the consequences it generates on everyone of us. Laws As it first appears, this phenomenon is directly linked to the former colonization of the British Empire but also the other European countries., whose objective was to make place for farming, industries and housing. Next, the different legal laws of the countries have led to a different expression of what is acceptable and what is not. [...]
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