What would you like to do?
they make paper out of it
If all the trees of the rainforest were cut down, life would be impossible for the many types of plants and animals that live there now. The water throughout the region wo…uld be filled with dirt and runoff that is now captured by the trees and plants of the rainforest, likely enough to clog the rivers to the point that they stop flowing, lowering the level of the Amazon River and causing a chain reaction in which even more plants, animals, and people die.
so that people can make more paper
It would be barren, and a lot of animal species would go extinct.
All over the world, sadly.
Yes they do.
No. The cutting of trees can be a problem if the trees are over harvested. The cutting of trees in a managed environment though promotes additional tree growth and reduces rot…ting (thereby reducing output of CO2). Selective clearing of some areas also increases agriculture space and thereby the food supply (helping people survive). North America, for example, has more trees today then 100 years ago. The forest areas we do have also contain more board feet per acre, of standing timber, because we have learned to manage the proper harvesting of trees. The problem that sometimes erupts, is the clear cutting or burning of some rainforest areas. This can become problematic, but the countries that allow this view the issue as a needed move to prevent the loss of human life. They would strongly disagree that these actions cost lives. They would contend that they are saving lives. Trees are certainly a valuable carbon sink, but just because they are cut down does not mean that the carbon is returning to our atmosphere. A board inside of a structure is just as much a carbon sink as the tree was, PLUS a new tree is able to replace the one removed. Trees that die also cause CO2 to return to the atmosphere, in a method similar to burning. A rotting tree produces roughly the same CO2 as a burnt tree. Keeping trees healthy and alive is a great idea for many reasons though. They help cool the planet (with the release of water vapor) and are awesome to view.
Lumberjacks, people who make things of wood and people who want to.
There are many people without jobs there, and for most people this is an easy job to get. Does that answer your question?
anything but the way the earth is like now
cause it hurts nature and some helpless, innocent animal(s) could be livin in that tree and if that tree were to get cut down then those animal(s) could die..
they would either have to adapt to low ground ... or die.
Contact a local lawyer for assistance with this. The lawyer will also be able to tell you if you have standing to sue; you can't normally sue someone for cutting down trees on… their own property.
it would be bad because it can be bad for the environment by producing saliva
the trees fall