To persuade my audience to become more involved in their environment. My main purpose is to convince them to purchase and recycle goods.
Recycling items can both help preserve the Earth and save it from pollution. Every resource on Earth will not be around forever.
I. Attention Getter:
Raise your hand if you have ever been given a balloon at your birthday party. Raise your hand if you have ever been given a balloon on Valentine’s Day. I have an interesting quote for you all to hear. According to Independent.com, “The world could run out of helium within 25 to 30 years”. I’m guessing that you never thought about running out of helium. We often takes the little things in life for granted. (Monroe – Attention)
There are many more issues similar to this one that are happening every day.
These issues have been discovered by scientist and are becoming worse every day.
Today I will discuss how you can help prevent pollution.
I will mainly focus on explaining the basics of recycling.
(Transition: First, I will discuss why we all need to recycle)
I. Recycling is a very important process that we all need to take part of. Many people believe that recycling is a waste of time and has little effect on the environment. However, this is a common misinterpretation. (Monroe – Need)
A. Recycling is very important factor in protecting both humans and animals.
1. According to LovetoKnow.com “Over 40,000 trees could be saved if all morning newspapers in the United States were recycled for one day”
2. Areas such as the rainforest are home to many different species of animals and even some hum...
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...of immediately throwing it away.
C. I have already covered recycling. This step is simply putting objects such as newspapers and cans inside a recycle bin. Again this will drastically decrease the amount of waste in the landfills.
Review: To conclude my speech, recycling is very important when it comes to the preserving the environment. We only have one Earth and the things we do everyday are constantly destroying it. We can create a better and safer environment to live for today and the next generation.
Final statement: Most people believe that in order to reduce, reuse and recycle you need to spend more money and long hours devoted to it. Little things you do will make a huge difference. Things such as turning off your water while brushing your teeth, using one less napkin or turning off the lights will help create a better world.
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