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Interview about the_rainforest by Kiana and Alana

  1. 1. Interview about the rainforest<br />By: Kiana and Alana<br />
  2. 2. Alana and I interviewed 10 people. Their <br />were 7 questions they could choose from. <br />They either answered I or 2 each. <br />
  3. 3. The 1st Question<br />What do you think rainforests would be like in 100 years from now?<br />The most common response was that it <br />would be horrible because there would be<br /> no clean air and it would be quite a <br />different change. <br />
  4. 4. The 2nd Question<br />Why do you think the rainforest is so important to us?<br />The common response was that it is the lungs <br />of the earth so it provides us with many<br /> necessities such as wood, medicines and <br />clean air.<br />
  5. 5. The 3rd Question<br />What do you think we can do to save <br />rainforests?<br />The common response to this was that we can use <br />the 3 R’s Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, buy meat that <br />hasn’t been grazed in the rainforest, buy soy <br />that hasn’t been grown in the rainforest and by<br /> buying wood that is ‘Certified’. We can also <br />teach others about the effects of deforestation.<br />
  6. 6. The 4th Question<br />What would our lifestyle be like without <br />trees?<br />The only response to this was that<br /> everyone would be walking around with <br />oxygen masks because there is no clean air <br />left and the death toll will rise. <br />
  7. 7. The 5th Question<br />What would our economy be like without the <br />logging industries?<br />The only response to this was that it would still <br />survive and be strong due to the other things<br /> like technical advances but we still need to be <br />aware.<br />
  8. 8. The 6th Question<br />What do you think will happen to the indigenous people of the rainforest when their homes are chopped down?<br />The common response to this question was that<br />they will die due to the difference of the<br />environment. The foods, diseases, lifestyle and <br />clothing are all very different. There will be too<br />much of a sudden change in environment that<br />they will not be able to survive and will die.<br />
  9. 9. The 7th Question<br />We still need some of the resources in the <br />rainforest so what type of logging would be best?<br />The common response to this question was that <br />we can do sustainable logging which is when you cut down trees but plant more. The other type <br />of logging that was suggested was strip logging <br />which is designed to mimic nature. It involves clear<br />cutting thin strips of rainforests parallel to rivers.<br />
  10. 10. Conclusion<br />With these questions asked and answered <br />We hope you have learnt the importance's of <br />rainforest. So if those questions ever pop<br /> back into mind, think hard about what they<br /> said.<br />Thank you!<br />
  11. 11. Special Thanks<br />Special thanks to Cohen, Shreya, Ellie, <br />Lucy, Lucas, Adam, Sherwin, Laurelinda, <br />Miss Pike and Parisa for devoting and<br />giving up their time for our interview.<br />And special thanks to Miss Pike with all her <br />support during this. <br />