It is helpful for tobacco growers, but it disrupts the natural ecosystem of the region.
When these areas get taken down, the plants become destroyed, animals lose their homes, and soil fertility gets disrupted.
The major cause of water pollution is from cigarette butts.
When they do not get disposed of properly, they end up in the water.
All nests or burrows get destroyed and wildlife have to abandon their habitats.
This leads to decreased biodiversity of the ecosystem, as well as the potential for species to become endangered or extinct.
Like most people, you already know that smoking is bad for your health.
But do you really understand just how dangerous smoking really is?
The environmental effect of deforestation due to wildfires is at the same level as human-driven forestation.
When forests get cleared to make room for tobacco plants, all creatures have to evacuate the habitat they call home.