What does the thinning of forests do for the environment?



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    It leaves more carbon dioxide floating around the atmosphere. This increases the greenhouse effect and also depletes the amount of oxygen in the atmosphere. The majority of our oxygen comes from the forests of the world. By removing trees we are hurting ourselves more than we know.

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