Industrial Revolution: The Destruction Of Global Rainforest

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Ever since 1900 which the start of the industrial revolution, the forests have been reduced by one-half and to make the destruction worse of rainforest rapidly is due to World War II where the forests had reduced to 59 percent. Today, approximately 10 million sq km remains, and tropical rainforest still covers somewhat more than 6 percent of the earth’s land, in four major areas of the Americas, Africa, Indo-Malayan, and Australian- Pacific. There are about 50% of the worlds tropical rainforest cover are in American block or Neotropics. Indeed, there are five countries with the largest rainforest cover which are Colombia, Indonesia, Peru, Democratic Republic of Congo and Brazil. However, the majority of the forest covered within Brazil which
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