We receive pure water and air from forests. They store carbon, aid in regulating the temperature, and support a wide variety of plants and animals. But today, forests are being lost and destroyed all over the globe. Forests are cut down for a variety of causes, but the majority have to do with money or the need for people to provide for their families. Another reason is that they are doing it for financial gain and are unconcerned with climate change, which is seriously detrimental to both the environment and humankind. Cutting down trees contributes to climate change, damages greenhouse gases, and raises temperatures as a result.

Prompt by: Hem Sivlang , 20 . Siem Reap, Cambodia