You posted: "Of course we have enough forests. North America's forests have been growing since the early 19th century. If we divided the forests in America evenly to every single American, each person would get approximately 2 acres. Sure, completely destroying the rainforests and what not is bad, but there are solutions such as mass replanting and conservation so im honestly not that worried. As for saving water.....everyone should be doing that regardless because it obviously saves you money on your water bill. Common sense. The bottomline is; don't let fear mongering and the media get to you. I choose not to live in fear forever. What kind of life is that? Think about it....."
But the fact is, they are the WRONG kind of forests. As to mass replantings to replace IRREPLACEABLE resources? What you want to do is replace a fleet of Mercedes with skateboards.
As to saving water, conservation is imperative .... but the amount of water needed to sustain a population of 300,000,000 in this country, with no waste at all, exceeds the supply we have.
You choose not to live in fear?
We either live in fear and thereby, change DRAMATICALLY the way we live, or everyone dies. It is that simple.