Hei there Birdie! :D
I see you got a lot of opinions so one more couldn't hurt, right?
The issue of saving natural resources like forests, animals and clean water has always been a crucial virtue since the time of industrialization. [Hm, this is not entirely wrong, but not so true either. The industrialization began in the 18th century. The "health" of our environment hasn't been questioned until the 19th century, but not as we can imagine it today. People became more aware of our pollution and such after WW2.]
Firstly, I personally think that saving natural resources is
believed to be a
key for the betterment of human life. It is thought
that animals can somehow have a positive
health. A good example to illustrate this point of view is that today,
major part of Western developed countries,
special medical centres are being
run where animals are being
kept and fed in order improve
atest statistics show
that sick children can
from their illnesses by spending time with animals and fish(isn't a fish an animal too?)
, especially with dolphins and horses, which definitely underlines the importance of animals.
Secondly, I advocate the view point(/fact)
that clean and fresh water
seems to be is
the foundation of our lives. It is simply impossible to imagine living on the Earth without clean water, which is being
drunk and used in large proportions in different spheres of our lives. A good example to demonstrate the importance of water is the car industry. Many scientists and car industries(/companies)
are now producing special cars which will run only on water. Hence these ecologically clean cars will also (somehow)
improve our environment teeming with gas and dirty air.
All things considered Considering all of the above mentioned facts,
it can be concluded that saving natural resources should be
matter of global importance. That is why it is highly recommended for people to act(that people start acting)
as soon as possible since
humanity is not ready
for the to face
global changes without forests, animals and clean water.
Honestly, your ideas are great. However, if you are not being constricted by a word limit, I'd say you develop them a little more.
Also, you MUST learn to be more bold in your statements. You must sound like you fully believe what you're saying. Let's take as an example the first phrase of the second paragraph:
Firstly, I personally think that saving natural resources is believed to be key for the betterment of human life.
When you introduce the "is believed" in your sentence you don't sound so sure anymore. So, unless you want to sound uncertain of something, you should leave it out.
Good luck! :D