Justifiable to the increasing demand for shelter food

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justifiable to the increasing demand for shelter, food and other basic essential by the growing world population. Vast tracks of forests are destroyed to increase the amount of land that is required to support the agricultural activities. Therefore, with the increased demands for more food, agrarian lands will be needed, and the solution will be to destroying more forests leading to increased deforestation. In conclusion , the destruction of forests that is currently happening all over the world is justifiable to the increased need for food, shelter, and land for agriculture to support the developing world's population. Markedly, deforestation is unavoidable as the need for food and housing continues to increase as the world’s population increases. Although many states have
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Surname 5 laws prohibiting clearing of forests by attempting to create safe areas, other are noted to be clearing their forests hence bringing adverse effects to the environment. Unless we find different ways to get shelter or another planet, we are stuck in this planet thus; it is justifiable that the increased rates of deforestation in the world are caused by the increased need for food and land by the growing population. Therefore, forest destruction is inevitable as the ever-increasing world's total population grows the demand for food and land.
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Surname 6 Works Cited De Abreu Castro, Carlos Ferreira, and Guilherme BR Lambais. Development without Deforestation . No. 29. International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth, 2014. 124. Erb, Karl-Heinz, et al. "Exploring the Biophysical Option Space for Feeding the World without Deforestation." Nature communications 7 (2016): 11382. Foley, Jonathan A. "Can we Feed The World And Sustain The Planet?." Scientific American 24 2015. pp. 84-89. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. “We Can’t Live Without Forests.” . Accessed 23 Nov. 2018. McDermott, Mat. “80% of Tropical Deforestation Caused by Agriculture.” September 2012. - agriculture.html Accessed 23 Nov. 2018. Parduhn, David. "Deforestation or Development: Exploring the Actors, Practices, and Drivers of Forest Loss on Zambia's Central Plateau." 2018. Pp. 84.
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  • Spring '16
  • World population, Food and Agriculture Organization, Forest, World’s Forest

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