Water resource will be greatly reduced, plant and animal species will decrease in variability, the ecosystem will be significantly disrupted, and melting of most of the earth's glaciers will take place.
If such events that harm nature will not be stopped, imagine what the world would be like in the coming years? Would there be something to live for by then, or are the humans about to face extinction in the next 30 years? The questions are very well dependent on humans for answers.
Key Issues Of Deforestation In Latin America
Latin America is presently facing all of these issues: gradual increase in their environmental temperature which causes much change in their climate, tropical forests especially that of the Amazon is buffeted by drought and fire occurrences, shortage in wheat yields brought about by drought and some other ecological factors.
The availability and quality of their water which once was abundant has changed, coastal areas are immensely affected through sea water level increase, infrastructure has been built all the more to counter the effects of coastal problems. Epidemics of disease have been reported; and lastly, a wide classification of plants and animals are facing extinction due to mal adaptation.
Urgent measures must be taken in saving the Latin American forests. Developmental strategies as well as firm decision makings should properly be imposed upon their people and the neighboring countries which benefit from them as well. If deforestation in Latin America prevails, the world could only promise more devastating results.