Saturday, October 24, 2015

Deforestation Facts And Myths (part 2 of 2)

Here are among the most treasured benefits that deforestation once brought to the civilization: forests made it possible to widen the human world; conversion of forested areas to cultivated lands for food and raw material growth; huge source of lumber for manufacturing purposes such as furniture, houses, and even napkins and toilet papers; and lastly, deforestation made it possible to get millions of people employed in the lumber industry or some other huge corporations.

True enough, there are benefits that can be derived from deforestation. However, one should be responsible and conscientious enough to make sure that deforestation won't lead to greed for money. Nevertheless, it is quite late to say now that men have not been using deforestation as a means of earning a good living. More and more people destroy our forests to profit and make money out of it. Even if deforestation offers a heap of benefits, humans should always try to see its many drawbacks too.

The Myths

Although there are quite a number of advantages in clearing the woods, the good it that brings does not outweigh the evil it possesses. Even if it may be true that it brought help to mankind, the disastrous outcomes alongside with it should also be looked into. The deforestation facts will help make us realize what a myth is and what is not. Myths are often talked about topics that are considered a history because it is not factual at all.

Just like deforestation, its advantages are frequently the topics nowadays, but its drawbacks are far greater than the good it brings; thus, every "good" there is in deforestation should be considered a myth.

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