- People live too close to the deciduous forest biome
- Acid Rain - Caused by industrial and vehicle emissions. Damages leaves and causes them to produce
- Cutting of Trees - Trees cut for timber and to clear land for agriculture. It leaves thousands of
species of animals without a home.
- Inroduction of Non-native Organisms - Upsets the balance of the ecosystem, by competing for food with
Recycle - reducing the cut down of trees
Use both faces of the paper used
Drive less, more carpool reducing acid rain
Since deciduous forests are so close to factories and industries, the incredible amount of smog is higher
in the area, causing acid rain, which creates many problems in the environment, specially to the different leaves and animals.