Will Earths environment be mostly destroyed within the next 40 years?

Ever since the industrial revolution 150 years ago, earth has suffered many many many catastrophic effects on the environment. Deforestation has caused over 50% of the trees in the world to be cut down. The amazon has been cut down by 40%, the rain forests in africa have been cut down by 60% and over all a very... show more Ever since the industrial revolution 150 years ago, earth has suffered many many many catastrophic effects on the environment. Deforestation has caused over 50% of the trees in the world to be cut down. The amazon has been cut down by 40%, the rain forests in africa have been cut down by 60% and over all a very large percentage of earths forests/trees have been cut down. Each day 150 species of animals and plant life species go extinct from the cutting down of the Amazon rainforest alone. If you added up all of the other trees and forests being cut down, it would be in the thousands. Human garbage disposal has been a huge contribute too. There are over 150 locations in the Atlantic ocean where so much garbage has piled up it has dropped the oxygen levels in the ocean by so much that the water there is un-inhabitable for sea life. Putting garbage in the ground has contaminated a exponentially large amount of ground water. Factories and the burning of fossil fuels has increased the global temperature by 3 degrees fahrenheit and is increasing. The temperature increase on Earth may not seem like a lot, but it has catastrophic effects on the environment. Pollution from factories and the burning of fossil fuels also creates acid rain which destroys most life that the rain falls on.
Experts estimate that by 2050 almost all of Earths environment will have been destroyed.

What are your opinions on this?
Update: @Captian. Your in denial and your answer is completely bogus. You say deforestation doesn't effect anything? what about the animals that life in those trees and the trees that do grow back take half a century to grow back fully, and by then so many trees would of been cut down, the growing of the trees that... show more @Captian. Your in denial and your answer is completely bogus. You say deforestation doesn't effect anything? what about the animals that life in those trees and the trees that do grow back take half a century to grow back fully, and by then so many trees would of been cut down, the growing of the trees that grow back wouldn't be able to keep up.
Also, the industrial part only produces 4% of the carbon dioxide? That is bogus. There is over 200 trillion tons of carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere from the burning of fossil fuels each day.

Also, garbage in the ocean doesn't effect anything? It completely contaminates and pollutes the ocean killing the sea life and killing billions of plankton that produce oxygen, dropping the oxygen levels produced in the ocean and killing most of the sea life in that area due to lack of oxygen.
You sir, are a moron.
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