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  • The Decrease Of Forest Cover And Forest Resources

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    activities will definitely corroborate the decrease of forest cover and forest resources in Bangladesh. It is evident that global climate is changing and Bangladesh is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world due to climate change. In the near future temperature will increase, sea level will rise, and incessant rainfall events will increase in a whole there will be an accentuation of extreme events. These extreme events will affect the forest resources and biodiversity of Bangladesh. For example

  • Efforts for Forest Conservation

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    Today forest loss due to conversion into to other land use has reached a dangerous level. Recent study conducted by the researchers from the University of Maryland, the State University of New York, Google, the U.S. Geological Survey, Woods Hole Research Center, and South Dakota State University shows that during 2000-2012, the world forest was lost with approximately 2.3 million square kilometers per year. Particularly in Indonesia, they said that deforestation rate increases from 10,000 square

  • Lost Forests and Their Impact

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    Lost Forests and Their Impact An estimated 18 million acres of forest, roughly the size of Panama, are cut down each year for human usage. Deforestation is the removal of forests or trees from an area on a massive scale. Since the dawn of human civilization, clearing up vast areas of forested land solely to serve human interests has been a necessary environmental evil. Most existing nations, cities, villages etc. were built on deforested land. Interestingly, in current times the rate of deforestation

  • The Indonesian Forest Holocaust

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    The Indonesian Forest Holocaust Marianne Phan   Introduction The tropical rainforest of Indonesia was once the most biologically diverse forests in the world. Its rainforests accounted for 10% of the world’s plant species, 12% of the world’s mammal species, 16% of reptile species and 17% of the bird species (Hamilton 1996). In the late 1960s, commercial exploitation of Indonesia’s natural forests became a means to boost economic development under the Suharto’s regime by enabling the government

  • The Forest Of The Rumpi Hills

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    The forests of the Rumpi Hills also contain what is commonly referred to as the Rumpi Hills Forest Reserve or previously known as the Rumpi Hills Native Administration Forest Reserve created by Forestry Ordinance No 38 of 1937 and approved by Forestry Ordinance No 16756/79 of 2nd July, 1941 (SWPA, 2016). The North Boundary is the road from Lipenja Mukete through Ikoi and Dikome Ngolo to Madie; the South Boundary goes through Nalende, Monyange, Itoki and Ilor to Moko. Whereas the East Boundary, goes

  • The Rain Forest Essay

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    The Rain Forest      The destruction of the rainforest is a problem that the people of the world can not continue to ignore. 14 percent of the Earth's land used to be covered by rainforests yet this number has dropped significantly to only about 6 percent (http://www.ran.org/ran/info_center/index.html). Rainforests provide the people of the world with many necessities, some of which would no longer be available if rainforests did not exist. In the last 50 years, rainforests have declined

  • Q's on Forests

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    other village wanted to have some forest products fromBastar. (Q.)How did the forest laws initiate the scope of employment? (1 Mark) (Ans)   Many communities left their traditional occupation and started trading of forest products or other economic activities. For example, the Mundurucu people in Brazil who started collecting latex from wild rubber trees became totally dependent on rubber trades in the later years. (Q.) Who could hunt according to the new Forest Law? (1 Mark) (Ans)   The customary

  • The Effects Of Forest Degradation

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    Forests are one of the most important natural resources with diverse economic, socio-cultural and ecological uses. The livelihoods of hundreds of millions of people Worldwide have been engaged on forest products either directly or indirectly. Forests have a vital safety net role in time of needs (Anonymous, 2008). Changes in land use and land cover are increasingly rapid, and can have adverse impacts and implications at local, regional and global scales (Brandon, 1998). Besides, the vicinity of

  • Green Forest Is Easy On The Eye

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    Green forest is easy on the eye, it breaks the harshness of roads and buildings and adds interest to farmland and mountain slopes. In its sanctuary birdsong and air currents play with your auditory senses and aroma 's of nectar, decayed logs and leaves fill the air. After a long absence from New Zealand, I decided to reacquaint myself with the types of forests found in the Land of the Long White cloud. In this article, I have based the forest communities on the categories from The New Zealand Plant

  • Forests Are Very Important For The Environment

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    Intro: Forests are very important for the environment. The importance of forests cannot be underestimated. We depend on forests for our survival, from the air we breathe to the wood we use. Forests also provide a habitat for a vast array of plants and animals, many of which are still undiscovered. They also supply the oxygen we need to survive. Forests are a home to many endangered species but forests are also endangered due to these species. For example the red deer eats just about any plant that

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