William D. Ruckelshaus, the administrator of the EPA, Environmental Protection Agency, has decided to travel to Africa to try to deter them from using DDT to reduce the risk of malaria. He traveled with his secretary, Jamie Kotts, who would be able to lend a hand if needed or offer support to William.
William: This country is marvelous. It is incredible to see all this wildlife and how it continues to flourish.
Jamie: This country is amazing and breathtaking but I don’t think the people understand just how lucky they are to have all this nature surround them.
William: I think they do understand hoe grateful they should be but they don’t understand how fragile the ecosystem is and the effect they are having on it.
Jamie: I knew this isn’t going to be easy but I hope we can achieve our goal or at least enable them to be more aware of their effect on nature.
William: Ready? Here we go!
William and Jamie walk up onto the platform. There is an audience of about a hundred people consisting of leaders and farmers of the surrounding areas. William stands behind the podium and once he builds up his courage looks up to see two hundred eyes glaring back at him.
William: Hello everyone, First of all let me begin by introducing myself and of course my purpose and then I will answer any question or concerns that you may have. My name is William D. Ruckelshaus and I work for the EPA otherwise known as the Environmental Protection Agency. I have come to explain the damage being caused by DDT, which you currently use and hopefully come to an agreement on what to do in regards to the usage of DDT. The United States banned DDT in June 14 of 1972 yet at this time you have decided to keep using it regardless of the negative side effects. Please tell me what your concerns are if we were to ban the usage of it here in Africa. Here is a megaphone that I will be passing around if you have a concern please feel free to mention them and I will do my best to put your worries at...