Essay on Eco/Gov

Submitted By MelanieLambert
Words: 712
Pages: 3

Thesis Statement:
River Phoenix once said; “We are taught to consume. And that's what we do. But if we realized that there really is no reason to consume, that it's just a mind set, that it's just an addiction, then we wouldn't be out there stepping on people's hands climbing the corporate ladder of success.” People should be considering their pockets because is their money who’s been able to buy the needs and luxuries that this companies provide. As the carbon foot print increase because of society buying and using this products happens to bring a really harmful situation to our environment. The lock of interaction towards the people around us have causes different effects on our society.

Paragraph II--introduce first supportive idea (A).
In our society we all suffer one way or another from money but we not realizing that is this type of companies who take away the pay check.

Evidence: Entertainment Equipment and Services, Nonessential:Products in this category include bicycles, trailers, camping equipment, hunting and fishing equipment, sports equipment, boats, photographic equipment and supplies.
Evidence: Pets, Toys, Hobbies, and Playground Equipment:The average household spent nearly $700 on pets, toys, hobbies, and playground equipment. Nearly 80% of the expenses in this category come from pets, including food and veterinary bills.
3. Evidence: Food Away From Home: Food away from home includes all meals at fast food, take-out, delivery, full-service restaurants, and at vending machines and food carts.

Paragraph III--introduce second supportive idea (B).
As the carbon foot print increases because f our society buying and using this products happens to harm our environment.

Evidence: Tobacco:The average household spends more than $380 each year on tobacco products and smoking supplies, which includes cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and chewing tobacco.
2. Evidence: Alcohol: In 2009, the average American household spent $435 on beer, wine, hard liquor, and mixed drinks. This is more than the amount spent on all non-alcoholic beverages combined.
3. Evidence: Television, Radio, and Sound Equipment:In 2009, the average household spent $975 on television, radio, and sound equipment, including cable TV, video game hardware, and movie players.

Paragraph IV--introduce third supportive idea (C).
The lock of interaction towards the people around us have causes different effects on our society.

Evidence: Fees and Admissions: In 2009, the average household spent $628 on fees and admissions for sporting events, films, and concerts. This category also includes club memberships and movie rentals.
Evidence: Lodging, Vacation Homes and Hotels:The average American household spent more than $670 on vacation homes and hotels. While this is more than the $485 spent twenty years ago
Evidence: Gifts: Although Americans spend a…