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Check out these curious facts to learn more about deforestation effects on global warming.

 

And remember you are cooler when you are smarter

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Fact#1

Did you know?⁠

In 2014 it was reported that 11% of all global greenhouse gas emissions caused by humans are due to deforestation — comparable to the emissions from all of the passenger vehicles on the planet.⁠

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Fact#2

Deforestation refers to the decrease in forest areas across the world that are lost for other uses such as agricultural croplands, urbanization, or mining activities.

Video Credit: National Geographic

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Fact#3

At current rates of deforestation, rainforests will vanish altogether in a century (one hundred years).

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Fact#4

It is estimated that more than 1.5 billion tons of carbon dioxide or the equivalence greenhouse gas emissions from approximately 300 million passenger vehicles driven for one year; are released into the atmosphere due to deforestation.

Video Credit: Maltawinds

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Fact#5

The most straightforward personal strategy to fight against deforestation is to plant a tree. Planting a tree could be considered a lifelong investment into the environment and your good mental health.

Photo credit: In Travel Earth

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Fact#6

Did you know?

You can plant trees by googling on the internet. Ecosia is a search engine Social Enterprise, that use its profit  from ads to plant trees in some of the harshest places on EarthThere is a Social Enterprise that use their profit from adds to plant trees.

Video Credit: In source

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Fact#7

Logging is the process of cutting and processing trees to produce timber and pulp to supply the world’s markets for furniture, construction, paper, and other products.

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Fact#8

The reason that logging is so bad for the climate is that when trees are felled they release the carbon they are storing into the atmosphere, where it mingles with greenhouse gases from other sources and contributes to global warming accordingly.

Video Credit: Sharad Bhat

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Fact#9

Anyone can collaborate against illegal logging by volunteering in forest management groups that in many cases are nonprofit organizations. They rely on people like you and me to help them spread awareness about logging.

Photo credit: Anna Shvets in Pexels

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Fact#10

Deforestation often occurs because of a lack of awareness and knowledge about how our actions affect our environment.

Video Credit: Riobersinho Aguilar Q from Pixabay

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