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It is difficult to imagine who knowingly destroy something so valuable could it be that we destroy before we realize its value? Before they do not really understand their biodiversity? And even before fully understanding the life and the ecosystems they support?
Deforestation mass causes many terrible consequences - air pollution and water pollution, soil erosion, releasing carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, expulsion and destruction of indigenous Indian tribes, and the extinction of many plants, animals and creatures. Less forest means less rain, less oxygen to breathe, and increased the threat of global warming.
Confucius said: "A man who made a mistake and did not correct committing another mistake. "It is clear that deforestation is human error. How can we correct this error? Can we correct this error?
If deforestation ceased today, it would be useful, but unfortunately not enough. We lost complete species, both plant and animal, however, All is not lost. What can we hope to put an end to deforestation is a new departure for new species to evolving and the rebirth of this treasure decreases.
With the rapid loss of tropical forests on Earth, it is time to correct our mistakes. There is no simple solution or quick fixes, but there are certainly measures that can be taken to stop deforestation and restore ecosystems, not only damaged but the beauty of life is lost.
Four Square to save our precious rain forests:
Step 1: Education
During last 20 years, deforestation has claimed millions of square kilometers of tropical forests, and protect its future, we must develop sound educational initiatives. Education programs and programs of each class is vital that today's children are our future. Promote good global citizenship in school aged children will help them develop a deeper understanding of challenges conservation and a healthy respect for the environment environment. Education can not, however, ends with the kids, adults need the same education about deforestation and preventative measures.
The teaching methods are more widely available to educators. For example, Paradise Earth Scholastic is Paradise on Earth science service and the largest source of Internet education program for the forest track for primary and secondary educational multimedia and resources for research and teaching. Paradise Earth Scholastic is available online to http://www.paradiseearth.com January 2009.
Step 2: Policies Conservation
Saving tropical forests is a responsibility of everyone, not just the responsibility of the countries forests are home. Capacity policies prohibiting deforestation must be in writing and enforcing our responsibility is a little deeper. If the international community wants to ensure a high level of protection of these forests, financial resources must be an important component of conservation strategy.
Historically, world governments have been willing to lend to tropical countries and in some cases even cancel their debts in return for protection environment. For example, the British government has allocated 150 million dollars for the conservation and sustainable development of tropical forests through the world. Germany said that Kenya 400 million dollars debt of the United States when Kenya agreed to pass environmental legislation.
In 2001, President Clinton proposed $ 150 million fund to help developing countries preserve their tropical forests while strengthening their economies. In the budget, $ 100 million will go to conservation programs (through SU Agency for International Development-USAID), while that 37 million would be used debt to nature protection under the law of conservation of tropical forests.
In addition to financial support, developed countries can offer their experience of conservation for developing countries and assist in the planning of new protected areas.
Step 3: Restore and re - grow
Although fully restore the loss of tropical forests seems impossible, many studies Renaissance and projects have been conducted worldwide.
In September 2008, it was announced that the first Toadlet Kihansi spray born in the Bronx Zoo Wildlife Conservation Society. This little creature was last seen in the wild in May 2005. The birth of Kihansi Toadlet renewed hope that this case may one day be successfully reintroduced to their natural habitat in a remote gorge in Tanzania.
In other news, scientists at the Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Sciences (BTI) on Cornell campus attempting what many thought as impossible - restoring a tropical forest ecosystem of the rain. Ten years after the planting of trees, a graduate student Jackeline Salazar Cornell, have the plant species that are installed in the shadow of new areas planted. They found remarkably high number species - over 100 in each plot. And most new arrivals are also found near the remains of the original forest.
It may take hundreds of years to recover what was lost, but every year we see evidence that the 'impossible' is really quite possible.
Step 4: Support for ecotourism
According to the World Tourism Organization, UN rel = "nofollow" href = "http://www.unwto.org/sdt/mission/en/mission.php"> (http://www.unwto.org/sdt/mission/en/mission.php) sustainable tourism is regarded as leading to management of all resources so that economic, social and aesthetic, while maintaining the integrity cultural, essential ecological processes, biological diversity and support systems to life.
Responsible ecotourism includes programs that minimize the negative aspects of conventional tourism on the environment while enhancing the cultural integrity local populations and economies. From 1993 to 2003 alone, tourism from 23 countries hosting centers of biodiversity has increased 100 percent.
To first glance, it seems that ecotourism has been designed for travelers, but its intention is much greater. Ecotourism creates jobs in food and beverage, hotel and industrial complex, transport, and many other industries. Because ecotourism depends on healthy ecosystems, provides a powerful incentive to protect tropical forests. People who earn their living from ecotourism are more likely to protect resource local efforts to conserve nature and support.
Fixing the "mistake" of deforestation could be probable, but not without an overdose of human effort to finally end the disappearance of forests tropics. No matter how this goal may seem unattainable, our mistake, still has a chance of being corrected.
To learn the complete rainforest story visit Paradise Earth online.
Originally posted 2009-12-11 05:27:50.