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3 Minute Speech about Nature for Students
I would like to quote the words of Gandhi Ji, “Nature provides everything for man’s need but not for man’s greed”.
Good morning! Respected Principal, teachers and my dear companions, today I stand before you to speak on the topic of nature.
We all are dependent on nature for all our needs such as food, oxygen, air, natural resources and most importantly it provides us a place where we live.
Nature and its resources are very important for human beings yet we do not use it judiciously. One should conserve resources and do not destroy or exploit them by using it in the wrong way.
Releasing harmful gases in air and chemicals in water by factories not only harms the environment but also affects the natural resources of water and species which live in it. Cutting down trees and destroying mountains for the development of society, is adding fuel to the fire.
Nature is something that surrounds us. Reduce, reuse and recycle are the 3 best ways to conserve natural resources provided by nature. Our natural environment is something priceless and cannot be recreated so we must save for our future generation. Nature is not something that belongs to one, it is something that belongs to all, so every individual must take care of it. And one should never forget how much we depend on nature.
Understanding the importance of nature can help us to help nature. We as students should come together and should plant more trees instead of cutting it. We should also save water and don’t wastewater. More awareness should be spread among the people through rallies, posters, and placards.
So, my dear friends, we should all learn to love nature and protect it with all our hearts and make it worth living.
Thank you for listening to me so patiently.
Question on Nature
What is the nature?
Nature is something that surrounds us. The term Nature refer to the living plants and animals, various process related to weather, physics, energy etc.
Why is nature so important?
Nature performs an important function to keep the balance. It supplies us food, water, medicine, etc which we need in one form or other.