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Deforestation means the act of cutting down or burning the trees indiscriminately in an area. Nowadays it has become a global problem. There are many causes of deforestation. Among them population explosion is the main cause of deforestation. People use wood for different purpose. They need shelter, agricultural land, fuel, furniture, etc. For all these reasons people cut trees. There are many impacts of deforestation on human being, fauna, nature and climate. If people cut down trees at random, one day a number of regions will turn into deserts. There will be no rain and as a result, agriculture will face a great crisis. The global temperature will rise and it will cause Greenhouse Effect. The sea level will rise and the low-lying countries of the world will go under water. moreover, deforestation leads to many ecologically damaging outcomes affecting the flora and fauna of the area, and disturbing the food chain and the hydrological cycle. So, we should prevent deforestation. Today, forests around the world are under assault. They are sick, they are burning and they are disappearing. Above all, our economic development has placed enormous pressure on the world’s forests. Nations often rely on natural resource extraction and agricultural expansion to meet ever-growing national and international demand.  To get rid of this problem, social awareness can be raised regarding bad effects of deforestation. For this purpose, tree plantation programme can be raised through print and electronic media. Besides strict laws should be made and implemented to reduce deforestation. After all, if we want to save our planet, we must protect our forests.  We believe in forestry and land development that is good for people, nature and the economy. To achieve this balance, we urge all to leave intact what remains intact, restore what can be restored and act as responsible stewards of our finite forests.