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Good Morning Corrado Clini, we as a group have thoroughly researched various countries that we feel are disadvantaged by the constant practice of deforestation in their area. The effects of deforestation on the world have made numerous impacts on the world. Firstly, all the tree roots in the soil stabilise it, deforestation causes soil to erode and in some cases can cause land slides. Also one of the obvious effects is that of global warming involving the decrease in oxygen in the world and the increase of the emissions into the atmosphere. This has made the world in particular Africa struggle to manage for their people, animals, land and shelter resources. We have come to the conclusion that Africa is in dire need of a change for the good of its environment, people and animals. Firstly Deforestation has affected Africa the most due to the amount of deforestation that has occurred in the country. Firstly Africa has lost so many trees that when someone hears the word West Africa they associate it with a dry desert plains, not a green and clean ecofriendly environment. The loss of so many trees has decreased the amount of oxygen in the country and also decreased the amount of healthy breathing in order to bring up a child. The amount of deforestation that has occurred has also increased the amount of erosion that occurs in the country and also made the soil decrease in value and make farming harder for all who are currently struggling. By putting an end to deforestation it will also bring an end to poverty as well. A crackdown on illegal settlements and increased policing will help end deforestation in the Western African region. This also includes a complete ban on all arsonists and similar activities. We strongly believe that this decision will help benefit all who reside in West Africa and reduce the impact of Global Warming. Thankyou
Rehan Prins, Joshal Mehta, Itai Maringehosi, Mitch Bouhmelhem
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