On the other hand, South America fortunately remains to be the most untouched of all forests over the entire Earth. Drastically though, the rate of its destruction is also going at the highest speed.
Europe is one of the least forested areas of the world, but is has the most disrupted forests too. For this reason, the green lands of Europe are almost imperceptible on the map already; and the rates only continued to shoot up ever since.
Asia is one of the continents which is the richest in tropical rainforests. But because of certain factors such as economy, mismanagement, and corruption, deforestation practices have spread across the continent widely.
The last of the continents to be greatly affected is Oceania. With every passing second, the rates of denuded forests are ever increasing; and like Asia, it is greatly affected by political and economic factors.
Deforestation problems have been happening through the thickness of time, and measures have come in every corner of the world in an effort to try to reverse and repair the ecological problem. Biological ways of preserving things have been put to practice, and these have proven to be of great help in the conservation of our very resources. The last things we need right now are men who do not participate in the preservation of the remaining living part of the world.