Deforestation of palm oil trees is not good for the environment because it has caused extreme climate change.
The reason the climate changes extremely is because of greenhouse gases. Also, carbon dioxide is released into the air when trees are burned which is toxic to humans and animals.
The most dramatic impact is a loss of habitat for millions of species. Eighty percent of Earth's land animals and plants live in forests, and many cannot survive the deforestation that destroys their homes.
Deforestation occurs for a number of reasons, including: farming, logging, and gaining materials and development.
The trees of the rain forest that provide shelter for some species also provide the canopy that regulates the temperature. Its removal through deforestation would allow a more drastic temperature variation from day to night
The trees also help control the level of water in the atmosphere by helping to regulate the water cycle. With fewer trees left, due to deforestation, there is less water in the air to be returned to the soil.