Describe a law on environmental protection

Describe a law on environmental protection

Describe a law on environmental protection

IELTS CUE CARD TOPIC

Describe a law on environmental protection

What it is?

How you first learned it?

Who benefits from it?

And explain how you feel about this law?

NOTE – The examiner gives you one minute to plan your answerand to help you prepare for the topic, the examiner provides you with a pencil and a notepad. You’ll have to answer the questions given on the topic for one-to-two minutes

Sample Answer 1

  • Environment degradation is a pressing problem in this contemporary epoch.
  • Governments around the world have made many laws to control it.

What it is?

  • The law which has gained too much prominence is the law against deforestation

How you first learned it?

  • I learned about this law in my 6th standard.

Who benefits from it?

  • The biggest beneficiary of this law is our environment.
  • There is no denying this conviction that the cutting of trees and forests has adversely affected our surroundings.
  • The ecological balance is in dire straits.
  • Many animal species are on the endangered list
  • Moreover, due to the lack of trees, pollution has increased considerably.
  • To take care of these issues, a blanket ban on deforestation is the correct answer.
  • Apart from this, the implementation of this law would bring a paradigm shift in people’s lives.
  • Their overall health would improve
  • And people would be able to breathe fresh air.

And explain how you feel about this law?

  • According to my opinion, this law is the need of the hour.
  • For many decades human beings have been wreaking havoc on the planet earth.
  • The ongoing crass commercialisation could lead to disastrous repercussions.
  • Hence implementation of this law is a prudent approach.
  • Because this would change the mindset of people.
  • They will come to realize that trees and forests are also significant for our planet like human beings.
  • And those who will continue with the heinous crime of cutting trees would get severe punishment under this law.
  • All in all, the world would become a better place with the implementation of this law.

Sample Answer 2

Introduction

  • The current condition of the environment is a pressing problem for humanity.
  • The government has taken many steps to curb this situation with the introduction of any laws.
  • One such law is about the management of electronic waste.
  • The central focus of this law is on reducing the usage of dangerous materials used in both electronic and electrical equipment.

How do You know this Law?

  • Being a voracious reader, I have this habit of reading newspaper on daily basis.
  • Last month there was a full-page article on the implementation of this law.
  • That was an article with an in-depth analysis.
  • It described how things are turning worse.
  • According to that writeup if informed decisions are not taken then it would lead to disastrous repercussions.
  • After reading that article there was a paradigm shift in my knowledge related to the environment.

What are the Benefits of this law? 

  • With the introduction of this law, there would be a significant improvement in our surroundings.
  • Because this law encourages people and industries to lay excessive focus on recycling.
  • Moreover, it would also lead to a significant decline in the carbon footprint on our planet.
  •  This law would not only benefit the current generation but also the posterity.

How do You Feel about this Law?

  • This law has caught my attention, and to create awareness of this law among people, I have decided to write a blog on it.
  • I think mother nature is a blessing for us, so we as human beings must give our best to protect it.
  • Hence, I feel, this law must be followed by all the people of this planet.

Sample Answer 3

Introduction

  • In the contemporary, we have made significant breakthroughs in science and technology.
  • However, due to a lack of focus, our environment is in abysmal shape.
  • A lot of informed decisions have to be taken to undo the damage done to our environment.
  • One such decision was taken by our government to protect the environment.

What it is?

  • According to the law, there is a blanket ban on the usage of plastic bags.

How you first learned it?

  • I gained knowledge regarding this law from a documentary that I had watched on the Discovery channel.

Who benefits from it?

  • This law is beneficial for all sections of society.
  • Because we all have been suffering for three decades due to the rampant usage of plastic bags.
  • Although plastic bags make our lives comfortable, they adversely affect our environment.
  • The decomposition of these bags takes ages.
  • Due to this reason, they contaminate our environment.
  • We often see blocked drains in many cities, the primary reason for this blocage are these bags.
  • Moreover, from drains these bags travel to other water bodies and through rivers, they finally reach the oceans.
  • They are a massive threat to marine life too
  • Hence not only human beings but also other living beings are benefitting from this law.

And explain how you feel about this law?

  • For me being a nature-loving person this law is a blessing.
  • My city has started looking clean and pristine with the stringent implementation of this law.
  • Moreover, the lives of millions of marine species are not in jeopardy due to this law.
  • According to my opinion, all nations must strictly implement this law to make this world a better place.

Follow up Questions

Here are some examples of follow up questions that the examiner might ask during your speaking part 3 related to cue card “Describe a law on environmental protection”.

1. Do you think this law is acceptable to the people?

Although some people are against this law, a large section of society has accepted this law. They firmly believe that this law would bring an exemplary change in their lives. Because if informed decisions are not taken now, then our future would be disastrous. It is the need of the hour, to take care of this pressing problem as soon as possible. Therefore, a large count of the population expresses solidarity with the fact that this law must be imposed in a stringent manner.

2. Is there any situation wherein people may disobey the law?

Yes, when there is a dearth of housing for people then many individuals might disobey this law to create surplus accommodations. Because due to the burgeoning population there is little space left in the cities to provide more dwelling units.

Moreover, people engaged in the timber trade would leave no stone unturned to break this law.

3. What qualities should a police officer possess?

A police officer must have the right knowledge of current rules and regulations. Moreover, he must have a robust personality. Apart from this, he should have the serenity to handle the conflicts adroitly.

4. Why some people prefer to be a lawyer?

A few people choose to be a lawyer because they have the zeal to work for bringing justice and they want that they should help others to get fair treatment under the law. On the other hand, some people opt for this profession to earn massive money and popularity.

5. Should people be penalized when they use mobile phones while driving?

Using a mobile phone while driving can lead to disastrous repercussions. Therefore, people who indulge in doing so should be given severe punishment.

6. Is kindness the most important quality of a police officer?

As per my opinion, a police officer needs to be impartial while performing the duty. Kindness is a quality that is counter-productive for a police officer. Because it could prompt him to leave the offender on humanitarian grounds.

7. Do you think both men and women can be police officers?

Yes, because when men and women work in tandem the best comes out. A combination of men and women working as police officers is a worthwhile proposition.

8. Do you think the police officers are paid too much?

I believe the Western world has this tendency to pay the police officers as per the duties rendered by them, however, in the nascent nations, their remuneration is not according to the services they perform, they need handsome payout. Since policemen risk their lives for the benefit of the general public, their earnings should be at par with other departments

9. Do the people of your country obey the law?

Human psychology remains the same throughout the globe. When the denizens have the fear of being caught in case of any wrongdoing, they refrain from disobeying the law. Because severe punishment act as a deterrent for them. There is no denying this conviction that in my nation, there are various loopholes in the system. People take undue advantage of these loopholes and become law-breakers,

10. Are there laws about education in your nation?

In my nation, the higher authorities pay excessive heed to education. Therefore they have enacted a law called the “Right to education act”. As per this act, all citizens need to be educated irrespective of whether they can pay for their education or not.

11. What kind of rules do schools have?

Schools have a fixed timetable. Apart from this, all students wear school uniform. Moreover, they need to obey their teachers. Lastly, they need to study with determination, dedication and discipline.

12. What can teachers do to make students obey rules?

Teachers must tell the significance of obeying the rules to the students. They must create awareness among the students and show them the right trajectory.

13. What should parents do to educate children about laws?

It is a well-known fact that children do not follow their parent’s advice. Rather, they follow the examples set by their parents. So parents themselves need to obey all the laws. If they do so, their children would also do the same.

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10Describe a law on environmental protection
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68Describe an ambition that you have for a long time
69Describe something or someone that made a lot of noise
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72Describe an old object which your family has kept for a long time
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