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Clear-Cutting of Forests- In the past three decades humans has cleared over half the Earths original forests The only countries remaining that still have significant areas of original forests are Russia Brazil and Canada Staff 1997 Such devastation has occurred over these few years as a result of clear-cut logging being practiced all around the world First Loggers allow no time for re-forestation In brief trees are being cut down faster than they can be re-planted Second clear-cutting speeds up erosion and causes landslides which are mostly caused from road building and use Third BC makes up for 74 of Canadas land dwelling mammals and 70 of breeding birds Staff 1997 Therefore in order to protect these animals clear-cutting must cease Clear-cut logging in British Columbia must be abolished Large scale clear-cutting must be halted to allow people to re-plant forests Reforestation is happening in BC but not fast enough Twelve years ago Mount Paxton was completely cleared of all trees and shrubs that grew there Hamilton G 1997 October 14 not one tree was missed Mistake piled upon mistake when Mount Paxton was logged Says environmentalist Mark Haddock of Forest Policy Watch Interfor logging company that cleared Mount Paxton originally cut the mid-zone and when a buffer strip along the ocean began to blow down the forest service had the strip logged Then a slash fire got out of control and burned the top Under the rules of the day the forest service demanded Interfor then log the rest despite two appeals by the company that the slope was steep rocky and unsafe to work on Fallers had to be lowered on ropes to cut the 40-metre-tall trees Is it any wonder rains washed the exposed soils away Hamilton G 1997
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