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Tropical rainforests cover 5 to 6 percent of the earths surface and they are disappearing at an alarming rate Many ecologists scientists and even rock stars and countless other people all over the world have formed groups to help ease the destruction of the tropical rainforests Many of these groups are trying to repair the damage that has already occurred as a result of this destruction Most of the deforestation of the rainforests that we see today is through carelessness and large corporations striving to make a profit Today there are more than 150 activists groups that are concerned about the rainforests livelihood Over consumption and overpopulation are the two main ways in which the destruction of the rainforests are destroyed The United States is the largest user of natural resources and America contributes to more the destruction of the rainforests than any other country In addition the population of the world has grown exponentially over the last few decades which has called for more use of natural resources to support the billions of people inhabiting our earth now Every year an area the size of the state of Florida is destroyed Many of the effects of the destruction are evident and some of these effects are long term In the past the people that are native to the tropical countries where the rainforests exist have cut down the trees in order to build homes furniture and to use as firewood This use of the trees from the rainforest had had a minimal impact on the ecosystem of the rainforests The trees used by the natives would regenerate themselves due to natural process commonly known as Mother Nature However as of late the individuals that are causing the
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