The Benefits of forest conservation

Forest conservation is important factor to be thought about all over the World. Forest consists of plants from small to larger ones along with birds & animals. Whatever be the climate trees protect us from heat, chilled or wind. Thousand of species of plants & animals are there in the forest. Forests are biological communities. Different types of forests namely rain forests, damp forests, dry forests, savannas etc are there. To remove atmospheric pollutants from the air, trees acts as filters.

What is photosynthesis?

It is a method in which mammals inhale oxygen from air & exhale carbon dioxide. For the growth method, plants use carbon dioxide. In wooden tissues, plants store carbon. Plants exhale oxygen to the atmosphere. Photosynthesis is essential to life. Plants, animals, humans, trees – all are linked in way or other. In the carbon cycle, trees have an important role. Through forest conservation, they can preserve the trees for future generation. From the school classes itself more youthful generation ought to be taught about forest conservation.

People cut trees in the forest for wood. The woods are used as doors & windows for building constructions. Indoor furniture as well as outdoor furniture can be formed form the wood. Some examples of furniture are table, chair, cot, chair, dresser, bookcase etc. Every year, trees in the forest are cut down by the people. A major environmental issue is warming of the earth’s atmosphere. Some causes of global warming are air pollution, deforestation etc. Thousands of species of birds & animals are threatened to life due to loss of forests around the World namely orangutan, mountain gorilla, manatee, jaguar, & Puerto Rican parrot.

The year 2011 is celebrating around the World as the year of forests. Rain forests are in places like Indonesia, Malaysia, Brazil etc. They grew every year 80 inches. They may be as high as 400 inches. In Plantation Forestry, trees are planted & grown for wood production in plantations. Dry Forests are present in places like India, Australia Africa etc. Trees of such forests are smaller in sizes. As the name implies, such forests receive tiny rain every year. In the coursework of dry season, trees of such forests lose their leaves.