Humans are MOSTLY responsible for the loss of biodiversity, they have increased deforestation which was caused by natural disaster to clearing huge forests and cutting a large amount of trees. Global warming wasn't caused by humans and is a natural process but we have contributed heavily that the Earth's temperature have rised by 1F . We polluted the air that in some areas breathing the air is harmful even to breathe. Global warming, oil spillage, and deforestation have resulted in making some animals extinct and many endangered also leaving many animals homeless.
Forests contain as much as 90% of the world's land-based biodiversity - from charismatic mammals like great apes, tigers and pandas to millions of kinds of plants. To conserve species in the wild, we need to look after their habitats.
Human activities are responsible for most of the loss in biodiversity throughout the world. With an increasing population, we are consuming more and more natural resources.. We do this by driving more, using more energy in our homes, and buying many more products than we need.
All smokers think that by smoking they are only damaging their health. They are ignorant about the fact that their smoking is indirectly affecting others health. And they are one of the direct contributors to the environmental pollution.
Forests are cut down for many reasons, but most of them are related to money or to people’s need to provide for their families.The biggest driver of deforestation is agriculture. Farmers cut forests to provide more room for planting crops or grazing livestock. Often many small farmers will each clear a few acres to feed their families by cutting down trees and burning them in a process known as “slash and burn” agriculture.
If you search the internet, you will find charts that show you temperatures and the amount of Co2 in the atmosphere over the past couple of millions of years. These charts show that it's been far worse before we humans even existed.
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Pollution, overpopulation, noise, deforestation... All of these are things done by humans that have upset this planet's natural habitats for other creatures. It has gotten worse over time in all departments, and in polluting the environment and destroying trees, we're not only causing species to be endangered, we're causing climate change that makes it worse for them.. It's all due to carelessness - we had no idea what was actually harmful to the environment back in the day. At least we're making a conscious effort to "go green" but unfortunately, it's probably far too late to make a difference.