|Posted on April 21, 2009 at 1:16 AM|
Between May 2000 and August 2006, Brazil lost nearly 150,000 square kilometres of forest?an area larger than Greece?and since 1970, over 600,000 square kilometres (232,000 square miles) of Amazon rainforest have been destroyed.
Deforestation practices around the world are NOT going to stop no matter how bad the figures look. The truth is we need the timber for houses, furniture paper etc. The only thing that's going to slow the deforestation of the Amazon forest is the Y3000 Plan.
By now you should have read the Y3000 Plan Parts one to four. If you haven't you can always start at the Y3000 Plan Introduction. It will help you understand how to build a man made Amazon forest and make MASSIVE profits.
Deforestation can be done environmentally friendly and profitably by any government. Using the diagram from the Y3000 plan part 3B deforesting the rainforest is done similarly to building it.
By deforesting sections of 40,000 square kilometres at a time in this manner controls the negative effects from deforestation can be greatly reduced. Plus this method also allows natural wildlife to migrate to sections that will not be immediately logged.
Each section of forest shown in part 3b should be planted with different species of trees eg, Ebony, Brazilian Rosewood, Sandle wood, Walnut oak, maple, ash, cherry and walnut. Not to mention the always high in demand Pine for housing.
Immediately after a section of the forest is logged replanting will commence giving the forest enough time to replenish in time for the next harvest.
If we were to deforest the Y3000 forest at half the rate of the Amazon forest it would take over 20 years before we could completely deforest every region and return to the beginning to start again.
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