Tropical Deforestation in India. Introduction -. Deforestation actually means, cutting down of forests on a large scale, mostly for human needs such as- for furniture, infrastructures , industrialization, agricultural purposes etc.
INCREASE IN POPULATION- As the population is increasing day by day the needs of human beings are also increasing for shelters, agricultural activities, furniture goods, infrastructures and for land.
PAPER MAKING- For making one paper a lot of wood is used. For making most of the goods like-notebooks, books, cardboards and sketch books .
INFRASTRUCTURES- Country’s economy is increasing rapidly so, for making various infrastructures many trees are being cleared down .
STATIONARY GOODS- Trees are also cleared down for making stationary goods like pencils, geometry boxes, cardboards, charts, clipboards.
Today population is increasing day by day and on the other hand trees are also being cut on a large scale which also results in destruction of natural habitats, soil erosion, less seepage of water and reduced water retention of soil due to which water table is decreasing.
SOIL EROSION- As the forests are cleared down the soil gets eroded by the action of wind and water making land barren.
INCREASE IN FLOODS- Due to less numbers of trees holding capacity of soil decreases and leads to the formation of floods.
INCREASE IN RESPIRATORY DISEASES- As there is decrease in no. of trees ,the quantity of oxygen is decreasing and carbon dioxide is increasing day by day which leads majority to some harmful respiratory diseases such as asthma, bronchits etc.
SAVE TREES, SAVE LIFE
DEEPANSHU GUPTA, SHIVA GOEL, GURNOOR SINGH
SO WE SHOULD TAKE OUR HANDS TOGETHER TO SAVE NATURE