Impact Of Desforestration
the short span of June to September, three months to be defined, massive clearing of these protected areas has taken place.Cutting down rainforest like Wilpattu could actually affect our rural lifeindirectly.
Currently in Mar & Apr 2016 Sri Lanka is experiencing an unusual heat (El Nino heat) during the day and night times as the sun has come directly over Sri Lanka. The country’s temperature has increased by 3 °C during the day and 2 °C during the night than its normal value,” the (Government’s main information portal said), the main impact behind of this scene is humans, removing trees deprives the forest of portions of its shade, which blocks the sun’s rays during the day and holds in heat at night. This disruption leads to more extreme temperatures swings that could not only harm human, it harms other plants and animals as well.
All wanted to park their car under a tree shade, but nobody is willing to plant a tree. All they does is chopping off tree for a “single toothpick”. Once rainforests have been destroyed, their fragile soil goes too – it usually gets washed away, so new trees cannot be planted. The damage done to the ecosystem is catastrophic. The governments who allow rainforest destruction are deluding themselves into thinking quick profit is an easy option. Likewise palm oil plantations, which are causing immense damage to the environment, which will eventually affect the whole of the planet. Too late to stop the destruction and save the planet and ALL its inhabitants, both human and more particularly ANIMALS. Yes, quite possibly. And these caused by humans. People are getting selfish day by day since the world is going towards high technologies. They consider only on their luxury lifestyle, living& destroys what all Mother Nature has given to us.