The rainforests offer abundance not only in terms of human supply for food, but through other means as well. Say for example the plants which have evolved through time in special mechanisms and have now shown essentialities with regards to medical practice.
Native people from all over the world have known about the healing properties of the plants hiding in rainforests; and it is only during the World War II that medicinal plants were proven to cure various diseases. Unbeknownst to many, almost half of the medicinal cure for cancer has been found in the world's most popular forests. People should then likely protect the world's remaining medicinal storehouses for future use and consumption.
How To Preserve The Remaining Forests
Rainforests can be dealt with efficiently without jeopardizing rare species of both the plant and animal kingdom. Also, it can be effectively managed without having to risk the global environment. For example, the government can always choose to prohibit companies that harvest lumber or they can allow cutting of trees to a certain extent, but they should also be required to plant new ones after cutting down the old trees.
The government can also ensure the creation of reservation areas where logging and hunting are prohibited. As one world, people must be cautious not to disrupt the environment in any way since we will be needing them by all means in the future.
Rainforest deforestation disturbs the balance of our ecosystem. As a result to such disruption, the world may suffer from nature's retaliation. If people do not want to experience the revenge of our biological world, we must do all measures so as not to provoke it.