Theodore Roosevelt And The Conservation Of Rainforestation

The issue of conservation has been discussed, dissected, and debated over for centuries by people who understand that endlessly destroying habitats and over-hunting species inevitably leads to permanent damage that affects everyone. Sure, there have been major milestones in the efforts to stabilize natural habitats such as Theodore Roosevelt’s actions in creating national parks and … Read more

Amazon Deforestation Essay

Every year an approximate 32 million acres of forest are destroyed which is equivalent to about 50,000 square miles (Kremen 1). These forests that are being torn down provide communities and wildlife with resources such as food, water, medicine, and shelter as well as breathable air. At the rate that forests are being cut down … Read more

Stop The Deforestation

“This land is where we know where to find all that it provides for us–food from hunting and fishing, and farms, building and tool materials, medicines. This land keeps us together within its mountains; we come to understand that we are not just a few people or separate villages, but one people belonging to a … Read more