Recycling Speech Outline

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Melissa McCormick
Speech Com 1
Anneka Rogers
9, April 2012
Recycling
Topic: Recycling
General Purpose: To Persuade
Specific Purpose: To persuade my class to Recycle
Intro: Imagine a whole forest being cut down just to store our garbage. This can be stopped if we recycle. Deforestation is a major issue today. This is because man is using natural resources to fulfill his needs. The increase of these demands has led to increasing levels of destruction of our natural resources. These resources being limited, a day would probably arrive when we don't really have anything to turn towards. Think about all the trees that are being axed in the forests today. Our habits of wasting paper could be one of the million reasons that contribute towards such problems. Through research that I have done I found that we can reduce the amount of garbage by recycling. In the next few minutes I would like to talk about the why recycling is important, tips on how to recycle, and the benefits of recycling. We need to start becoming aware of our responsibilities and take the next step towards saving your planet. Transition: First, I would like to tell you about why recycling is important. 1) Why recycling is important (the problem) Knowing the importance of recycling should be a must for everybody today. Our every little activity would either help the environment or even destroy it gradually. Being aware of our responsibilities is a step towards saving our planet. Recycling would also reduce the levels of pollution; we would have clean air to breathe.

A) Recycling is important because we can save energy.
a) Another way to look at it, recycling 1 can equal 3 hours of TV. b) The Center for Ecological Technology found that the glass industry uses 50% less energy to create glass from recycled glass than from raw materials. B) Recycling conserves natural resources.

a) Americans disposed of 83 million tons of paper products in 2003. According to the EPA, by recycling nearly half...
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