Thesis with 3-Point Map






Topic: Environment

Refined Topic: The environment is the overall support of life.

Thesis Statement: The environment plays a vital role in supporting life, thus the need for environmental protection and conservation.

(Body Paragraph 1) First, the environment provides ecosystem services necessary to support life without human action. This refers to the processes that occur within the environment and which support human life without human beings’ participation. Among the processes include climatic stability, which promotes human life through environment-reliant livelihood activities such as farming. Also, the environment protects humans and living organisms from ultra-violet radiation through the presence of the ozone layer in the upper atmosphere, which absorbs UV radiation (Kitadai & Maruyama, 2018). Therefore, the environment supports life through natural processes without human interventions.

(Body Paragraph 2) Furthermore, the environment enhances the safe absorption of waste and pollution produced by human life. Human life is vulnerable to infections and other unhealthy conditions that might be instigated by waste and pollution (Kitadai & Maruyama, 2018). Therefore, safe absorption ensures that humanity’s life has been protected from the anticipated threats. Human life has a high dependency ratio on the environment; thus, it naturally eliminates the threat. Humanity should contribute to activities like tree plantation and refrain from activities that could potentially damage the ozone layer to prevent damage.

(Body Paragraph 3) Finally, the environment has intrinsic psychological value. It has an intrinsic psychological value because it supports life and its existence within the universe. Its ability to create a safe space for humanity, animals, and plants to exist within a given area best indicates its psychological value. The environment can protect humanity and secure its existence value.
















Kitadai, N., & Maruyama, S. (2018). Origins of building blocks of life: A review. Geoscience Frontiers9(4), 1117-1153.