Deforestation is only continuing and accelerating, with many of the same negative effects - now on a larger scale. In her article, Rachel Brown from DIY Garden shares some excellent information on the topic, and explains how we can help to prevent deforestation as well as take steps to reverse its negative impacts on the environment.
'Wilderness. We all have an image in mind of what that word means.
Some might picture the majestic mountains, glaciers, and towering conifers of Alaska, while others might imagine the vast expanse of the Amazon, teeming with all sorts of life.
Humans are of course part of nature, but these wilderness areas are places of refuge that remain remote from human cities, infrastructure, and encroachment.
In the 21st century, such refuges are harder to find than ever.
Expanding agriculture, infrastructure, and cities mean the loss of forests and the degradation of wilderness areas worldwide. Yet forests are incredibly important to the continued well-being of everyone on the planet.'
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