How Bush Burning and Deforestation Contribute to Climate Change in Africa ,

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Did you know that Daily cutting- down of forest tress in Africa is bringing the region backward?

Indeed Deforestation is one of the main contributors to climate change. It is the second largest anthropogenic source of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere, after fossil fuel combustion.

Deforestation and forest degradation contribute to atmospheric greenhouse gas emissions through combustion of forest biomass and decomposition of remaining plant material and soil carbon.

It used to account for more than 20% of carbon dioxide emissions, but it’s currently somewhere around the 10% mark.

African Climate reporters urged patriotic citizens to used the raining season in planting many Tress ,so as to protect our environment against all forms of challenges that could affect land for agricultural used

we must stand and fight against Bush burning that is contributing to global warming

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