Forests are important for the development and sustainment of mankind for a number of reasons. Two very important reasons are: acting as an efficient carbon sink and maintaining biodiversity. Forests store carbon dioxide that would otherwise mix into the atmosphere, which can cause changes in the climate. Rain forests contain a large percent of the earth’s biodiversity, which is necessary to mankind to maintain an equilibrium that keeps the earth hospitable for habitation.
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