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  • Informative Speech On Water

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    Speech Paloma Water covers 70% of our planet, and it is easy to think that it will always be plentiful. However, freshwater, what we drink, bathe in, irrigate our farm fields with makes up only 3% of the world’s water, and two-thirds of that is stored in frozen glaciers or unavailable for our use. Many of the water systems that keep ecosystems thriving and feed a growing human population have become stressed. Rivers, lakes and aquifers are drying up or becoming too polluted to use. Already, 80 countries

  • Dangers of Bottled Water Informative Speech

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    Dangers of Bottled Water General Purpose: To Inform Specific Purpose: At the end of my speech my audience will able to describe the dangers of Bottled water. Central idea: Bottled water is not as safe as people believe it to be. Organization Style: Cause and Effect I. Introduction Attention getter: “Every five minutes in the U.S over 2 million plastic bottles are used (Arrey).” Americans drink about 7 billion gallons of bottled water a year that’s about $8 billion dollars in

  • The Sacred Balance Essay

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    Everyday in the media, society is confronted with the attitude that we are inevitably heading for a global environmental catastrophe that will destroy mankind. Constantly scaring society as a means to create awareness for the environment has created ‘doom fatigue'. The threat of doom for humankind is used so often, that it has become a cliché that many dismiss simply as a shallow warning. In his book The Sacred Balance, David Suzuki has attempted to overcome the ‘doom fatigue' so his ideas of conservation

  • Fire, Water, Air And Earth As We Commonly Know Them Are

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    Fire, water, air and earth as we commonly know them are but outwardly displayed forms of the Elements themselves. Each element has different values as we know. Water has magnetic properties; it nurtures and sustains. The fire has electrical and creative properties. Air is a detaching element and enables co-existence of the two main elements, fire, and water. The earth binds fire, water, and air in various proportions, which makes possible the formation of materials with different properties.

  • David Allan Overfishing

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    In comparison of David Allan’s masterfully sculpted Overfishing of Inland Waters to Myers’ vastly informative Rapid Worldwide Depletion of Predatory Fish Communities, the two contrasting writing styles embodied in the journal entries are blazingly evident. While each article shares the same postulation of mankind milking our oceans dry, the similarities stop there. One presents itself in circuitous manner and the other undeviating, not slowed by the baggage of excess verbiage. Regardless of the authors’

  • Sample Informative Speech Plan

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    INFORMATIVE SPEECH PLAN Title: Natural Remedies for Colds Specific Speech Purpose: To inform my audience of the different ways to treat colds using natural remedies. Statement: People should learn the alternative ways in treating common ailments such as colds since medicine, nowadays, are bought at a high price. INTRODUCTION I. Attention Step: It was a lovely day at school. I was walking to the canteen with my classmates

  • Argumentative Essay On Drinking Water

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    Water is a very important commodity to live. Some people say it’s a right, but others at as if it’s a privilege, and as a result, people lack it. The human body is about sixty percent water, but in what I have seen just in my twenty years of life, people do not drink merely enough of it. Instead, water has been replaced as a go-to drink by things like milk, coffee, pop, or energy drinks, but natural energy lies in water. With water we can be more energized, awake, and of course, hydrated, which all

  • Stanley Park's Mystery: The Case Of The Incredible Shrinking Lake

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    Stanley Park’s Mystery – The Case of the Incredible Shrinking Lake Almost everyone loves a great mystery, and what could be more mysterious than a disappearing lake? Vanishing lake, you ask? Yes, it is true. Stanley Park is home to Beaver Lake, Vancouver’s incredible shrinking lake. Clue Hunters, interested in cracking the case, will need to venture off the seawall and head into the forest to explore the inner wonders of Stanley Park. Granted, the stunning views of mountains, sky and ocean along

  • David Foster Wallace Consider The Lobster Summary

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    Is it morally right to boil a lobster alive for culinary enjoyment? David Foster Wallace displays his confusion on this subject in his informative essay titled “Consider the Lobster.”. He informs you about the famed Maine Lobster Festival, where more than 25,000 pounds of fresh-caught lobster is prepared and consumed. He then goes into detail about the debate on the morality of such an event. There are a lot of questions raised in this essay, and the lobster is the focus of all of them. Wallace asks

  • The Dangers Of The California Drought

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    Showering is glorious. Who doesn’t love the feeling of warm water rushing over them? The soothing, cathartic sound of the showerhead running full force is enough to put anyone into a coma. It’s the opiate of the masses-- a way to calm down, to wash up, to feel warm and protected in a room where oneself is not expected to interact with anyone else. However, if one lives in California, extensively long showers are treated like sneaking drugs in rehab: they’re forbidden, damaging to people around you

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