Rainforest Letter

Note: I wrote this for Regional Studies. I had to act like i cared about the deforestation of the rainforest. Which I kinda do in a sense…


999 Santa Street

Christmas, California

12- 6- 00


Brazilian Rainforest Advisory Board

999 Brazil Street

Brazilia, Brazil


Dear Sir:

I have a proposition to make about what should be done with the rainforest. You should outlaw the burning of rainforest trees, because they might get out of control and burn more than they intend to.

Also, if you’re going to want to get rid of some of the rainforest, you might as well cut it down to use the trees that had/would have been burned down as resources for local needs.

It is just plain wasteful to have things burnt down for no apparent reason other to clear it.

If you make burning down the rainforest illegal, it will discourage the burnings of the rainforest and will save more trees so that you may use those as things to build houses with, make paper with, or many other things you can do.

You can also use the rainforest for an Eco-tourism site and generate more cash than just using it for what you would have done before with other parts of the rainforest.

You should not cut down all of the Rainforest, because it isn’t going to be there forever if you keep cutting the trees down. Its not nice to live in a Ultra-Violet Sun Ray World.




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