Rainforest Story - Conclusion
Rainforests are a biological treasure house, filled with wonders.
Still to be explored and studied adequately, it is nonetheless already very clear that Rainforests have connections with our daily lives and planetary well being.
Brimming with plant, animal and microbial life, it is an awesome, interwoven organic mechanism. Due to the unique structure of the rainforest and its living biomass, it cannot support the destruction currently being inflicted by modern industrialized agriculture.
A delicate balance exists between the indigenous people and modern agriculture that the rainforest is capable of supporting. The future of our rainfall levels, greenhouse gas remediation, and the resource of untapped species must be balanced with the rights of forest dwellers to support themselves and their families.
The ecological services provided by rainforests are only beginning to be fully understood. From oxygen to products to medicines, the rainforest is capable of providing a virtually untapped number of daily resources.
Everyone should share in the thrill of learning about rainforests: the greatest expression of life on earth.