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What are at least three possible effects of people continuously cutting down trees?

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  1. The trees (or part of them) are burnt or rot, releasing Carbon dioxide (CO2), a powerful greenhouse gas.
  2. Trees that rot anaerobically (without oxygen) release methane (CH4), a greenhouse gas 21 times more powerful than carbon dioxide.
  3. The trees no longer remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere (by photosynthesis), so levels of carbon dioxide build up in the atmosphere. This is contributing to global warming and climate change.
  4. Animals and birds lose their habitats. This is particularly serious for animals like pandas and koalas that have a special diet.
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What can you do about people cutting down trees?

boycott or kill them If they are doing so legally on their own land, or at the behest of the land owner you can do nothing and kindly please keep your lips closed. If they a

Why are people cutting down trees?

The simple answer is to obtain wood; but there is more to it than that: . To produce paper pulp. . To clear land for cash crops. The latter use is more damaging as it

What are the effects of cutting down trees?

Trees absorb CO2 so there will be more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere which will contribute to global warming. It will also kill animals as trees are a natural habitat for m

How does cutting down trees effect people?

People can be annoyed by the sounds. Also, it damages the landscape and makes erosion happen faster. Plants produce oxygen as a waste product, but we need oxygen. If we cut do

Why did you say that if you cut down trees it is killing three people?

A possible interpretation of your statement "If you cut down trees it is killing three people" might be: Cutting down trees releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. The tr