It has been estimated that we are losing 137 plant, animal and insect species every single day due to rainforest deforestation, which equates to 50,000 species a year.  Others state that tropical rainforest deforestation is contributing to the ongoing Holocene mass extinction .   The known extinction rates from deforestation rates are very low, approximately 1 species per year from mammals and birds which extrapolates to approximately 23,000 species per year for all species. Predictions have been made that more than 40% of the animal and plant species in Southeast Asia could be wiped out in the 21st century.  Such predictions were called into question by 1995 data that show that within regions of Southeast Asia much of the original forest has been converted to monospecific plantations, but that potentially endangered species are few and tree flora remains widespread and stable. 
@Tree Huggers stink! We as a community can live without money if we all just shared amongst eachother the resources we all have. This would allow the human race to be a better and friendlier community and would eliminate unemployment and dept. This solution would also allow every person on earth the best oppurtunities available, which is something that can be negatily affected by money in some instances. Also if we eliminate money from our lives we would become a better race because it would allow the humans to function as a dependant race where each person contributes to some part of the over all culture and life style of humanity. I am aware that in some ways this is already true but if we were to eliminate money i think it would be a more possitive process. Also in your comment, your ideas appeare to show that money is more important than life which is something is wrong in today's societies and can be change and should be changed.