IT seems strange that as temperatures around the globe increase as does sporadic rainfall no mention is made of the destruction of the world’s rain forests. These forests create oxygen for the world, reduce co2 and co contamination from the atmosphere, absorb heat and moisture to name a few of the benefits. Yet as these forests are depleted at the rate of (last I heard) 1000 acres a month no mention is made of the negative effects. Plotting the loss of rainforests against temperature increases and increased rainfall/snowfall seems to show a parallel. Now India is showing very high temperatures – is this the result of loss of rainforests in the area?
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