It is often said that government spends too much money on projects to protect wildlife, while there are other problems that are more important? Do you agree or disagree?

People often debate on the protection of extinct animals and
on the other
hand they
Accept comma addition
hand, they
debate on the amount of money spent by the
to protect wildlife.
is a type of
an expression of agreement that is not supported by real conviction
that demonstrates how the people question the
even after doing well. The public is hardly concerned about the costs which are indulge in
projects. The investment in
huge. Even sometimes the expenditure exceeds the estimated cost. The budgeting is done by experts and experienced personnels and it will be extremely disrespectful to question their abilities and competencies.
, in a country like India people may be concerned about the
lack of integrity or honesty (especially susceptibility to bribery); use of a position of trust for dishonest gain
or malfunctioning of the
funds. I reckon the public should be provided with the essential information on
projects. The other problems which are recognised to have more significance in comparison to the protection of wildlife could be education, health and pollution. These are some of the sectors where the
needs to give more emphasis. The increasing population is not mentioned because education will help the people understand the importance of population control. While the increment in
health sector
the health sector
has to be achieved by the
and simultaneously the decrease in population will help in the decrease in pollution. To recapitulate, I disagree with the statement above, that the
spends too much money in protecting wildlife. In my opinion, before questioning we must analyse that the cost incurred is right or there has been a malfunctioning in the balance sheet.
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Topic Vocabulary:
  • Wildlife conservation
  • Biodiversity
  • Ecosystem
  • Human welfare
  • Poverty alleviation
  • Resource allocation
  • Cost-benefit analysis
  • Non-governmental organizations (NGOs)
  • Ecotourism
  • Sustainable development
  • Preservation
  • Endangered species
  • Habitat destruction
  • Climate change
  • Environmental stewardship
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