PERSUASIVE SPEECH ON GLOBAL WARMING
by: Jennifer Zelmer
Introduction: We all know about global warming, but do we really care or try to do at least some of the things that will help stop it or at least slow it down?
1) Over the last century our planets temp. has risen 1 degree. I know tha
General Purpose: To persuade
Specific purpose: After listening to my speech, my audience will know how they can change their lives for a bigger challenge – to save the world.
Thesis: Knowing what a problem nowadays is global warming, how CO2 gas affects it and how
Reduce Global Warming!
How many of you already feel very warm in this room/hall.
What if I tell you that in another 40 years, the temperature outside is going to be so hot that you will feel like a baking bun inside an oven?
It is a horrible scenario isn’t? Well, that is the exact situation w
General Purpose: To inform my audience about the effects of global warming.
Specific Purpose: I want my audience to understand briefly the negative effects of global
warming in our environment.
The negative effects of global warming are slowly ruining...
Our only home is the earth. “And that’s what is at stake, our ability to live on planet earth, to have a future as a civilization. I believe this is a moral issue, it is your time to cease this issue, and it is our time to rise again to secure our future,” said former Vice-President Al Gore.
Whoever thought that serious commentators would want it made illegal to have a row about the weather? One Australian columnist has proposed outlawing ‘climate change denial’. ‘David Irving is under arrest in Austria for Holocaust denial’, she wrote. ‘Perhaps there is a case for making clim
Argument Speech: “For or against the case for man-made global warming”
Y2K, May 21, 2011, December 21, 2012, what do all these dates have in common? A
prediction about the end of the world. Many hear the words “global warming” and think
the same thing. As Jonathan Kent in the...
by far the most terrifying film you will ever see
a global warning
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Mount KiliManjaro in 2005
OVERVIEW An Inconvenient Truth (David Guggenheim, 2006) is a powerful resource for engaging stud
Global warming is one of the toughest environmental challenges today, and it threatens the health of people, wildlife, and economics around the world. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the problem is mainly carbon dioxide and other fossil fuels. These fuels, like wate
The issue of global warming has become a hot topic in not only in American, but all over the world. For years, many politicians have evaded the issue of global warming. But now, all of a sudden, the Democratic Party vows to combat global warming. Now that the Democratic Party has majority in both ho
Global Warming speech to inform/persuade
A. "Global warming is the observed increase in the average temperature of the Earth's near-surface air and oceans in recent decades and its projected continuation.
B. The average global air temperature near Earth's surface has risen
Throughout the world the issue of global warming has become an increasingly important issue. Global warming has been an issue that has been heatedly debated for many years. Scientists all over the world have been debating weather global warming actually exists. If it exists some scientists believe i
Aim: By the end of my speech, I want my audience to develop a more positive attitude towards
1. Definition of “Global Warming.”
2. Causes of Global Warming.
3. Effects of Global Warming on the Earth.
4. Things that can be done to cou
Attention Catcher: Where do you see the future of the United States in a hundred years for our grandchildren? Do you see them at war? Do you see them being a wealthy and successful Country? Or do you see the world’s temperature rising causing flooding, wildfires, and distinction
Al Gore Lecture on Global warming
Besides aspects that I easily remembered from the “An Inconvenient Truth” movie, the lecture had some new nuances for me: mentioning that CO2 is invisible and thus easily slips off of our mind, the adverse effect of technology, the long vs short term conflict
I. It’s not unusual to hear someone complaining about a hot day or a freak storm
A. “If you don’t like the weather, wait a few minutes it will change”
B. We all know this statement is definitely true here in TN
C. Most would say it is because of global warming
D. But is
Global warming is a serious epidemic that is affecting the earth due to the main recklessness of its people. Even a minor change in temperature due to global warming affects the earth and its people. It the temperature were still to increase, it could cause drastic changes and affect
Global warming is a theory put forward by scientists, extreme environmentalists, ecologists, climate specialists and meteorologists who assert that the Earth is rapidly warming up because of human actions. Since the industrial revolution after 1750 the world population increase rapidly, the product
My awareness of the phenomenon called either "global warming" or "climate change" started immediately before the Kyoto Summit in December 1997. I read articles in the media which said that many scientists believe that the threat of global arming was alarming and that our political le
Global Warming has become a worldwide issue, in which many are ignoring. Professor Harold Wanless of University of Florida explains the harm we have done to Earth. Over time the level CO² has been increasing at a very high rate, causing water levels to rise. Many are not aware of this problem, so n