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Deforestation

Consequence Presentation
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Ernestine Phan

on 1 October 2012

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Transcript of Deforestation

Deforestation Consequences Economic Consequences Increases trade
Money to government
Greed
Easier transportation
Benefitial to residents Roads Trade
Employment
More taxes being paid
Funds
Education
Medical care
Pollution
Global warming
Climate change Factories Literacy rate increase
Employment
More school supplies
Pencils
Paper
New textbooks/workbooks Schools Legal and Ethical Consequences Trespassing (when property is owned)
Illegal cutting of trees
(logging) Illegal Must have permit to cut trees
Reforest after deforesting
Only cut mature trees
(let baby trees grow) Possible New Laws Scientific Consequences Disruption to habitat/animals
Food chain interruption
Pollution
Global warming
Climate change
Money
Greed New Inventions Global warming
Ozone layer
Carbon cycle
Nitrogen cycle
Water cycle Contributes to Research Medicine
Herbs
Life cycle of animals
New species of animals Doesn't Help Research Social Consequences Mental Happiness
New buildings built
Widening of city
More urban areas
Money
More people (population)
Mad/upset
Destroyed forests
Less animals
Destroyed habitats
Mainly environmentalists
Not being able to walk through forests
Disappointment
Earth is becoming unsustainable Parties
(new job: factory, construction, new
house: built on top of land)
Protests/riots
Environmentalists
Education
Supplies
Pencils
Notebooks
Textbooks
Medicine
Herbs are gone Physical Environmental Consequences Long Term Soil loosened (roots gone)
Leads to disasters
Floods
Soil erosion
Land slides
Dangers humans
Disturbance in nature
No shelter for organisms
Vulnerable area
Extinction of organisms
May result in desertification Forests/bushes burn (wildfires)
Three cycles are affected Short Term Personal Consequences Palm oil
Cooking uses
Helpless/powerless
(upset) Short Term Less O2 produced
Less CO2 taken from the atmosphere
Greenhouse gas expands
Global warming
Climate change Long Term Reasons:
Greed, bad agricultural practices and government neglect
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