Conservation Speech Topics
By: Chennelle Reid
Environmental or ecological conservation is a key political and generational topic across the world. Conservation refers to the protection, management and saving of natural resources. Many people think that solving ecological and environmental problems with conservation methods will guarantee a sustainable society for future generations. Any politician or environmentalist needs to focus on the central elements of conservation in order to motivate an audience toward environmental change.
1. Green Technology
Green technology is a topic that may resonate with a lot of people listening to the speech. This is because the technology not only promotes environmental conservation but also promotes job growth. Green technology is a term that covers an array of economic changes to a nation's energy and job infrastructure to create jobs that promote environmental sustainability. For example, a country that promotes wind energy over coal-burning electricity not only is shifting an environmental impact, it is promising that jobs are going to be available in the field of wind power. Politicians or activists can focus a speech on how green investments, like wind farms that need engineers or biotech energy plants that need scientists, not only conserve natural resources but invest in creating more jobs for future generations.
The general health and well-being of citizens is a topic that all people can understand. Making the connection between health and conservation, a speaker can state how the rapid pollution and destruction of ecosystems negatively impact human health. For example, toxins in soil or the ocean contaminate water and food supplies. Deforestation disrupts ecosystem habitats, which negatively impacts food supplies, increases soil erosion and hinders clean air supplies. A politician or activist needs to connect how conservation allows for an entire ecosystem to thrive.
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