Visualize your results with ease
Quote for Employee Climate Actions Influence, Jane Goodall
Actions Template Against Climate Change (PPT presentation)
"What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make."
The slide features a quote attributed to Jane Goodall that emphasizes the impact of individual actions and the importance of making deliberate choices to create the desired outcome. It highlights that personal decisions have significance and that conscious effort is essential in determining the kind of influence one wishes to exert. Jane Goodall is noted as a Primatologist and Anthropologist, establishing her expertise in the subject matter of human and animal interrelations and behavioral studies.
- The slide background is divided diagonally into two shades of blue.
- The left part of the slide is plain with a lighter blue shade, while the right side has a repetitive pattern of outlined hand icons in a darker blue.
- A large, white, double quote icon spans both sides of the background, highlighting the significance of the quote.
- The quote text is in a large, white, sans-serif font, presented centrally on the left side for prominence.
- The author's name, 'Jane Goodall', is placed below the quote in bold, with a larger font, also in white.
- Her titles, 'Primatologist and Anthropologist', are in a smaller font size, directly underneath her name.
- There is a subtle, light blue bookmark design element that overlaps from the lighter section into the patterned area.
The overall look of the slide is clean and modern, with a clear focus on the quote, emphasized by the contrasting background and large quotation mark graphic.
- To start a presentation on social responsibility or environmental issues with a powerful and relevant quote.
- In educational settings, to introduce a discussion about the impact of personal choices on society and the environment.
- At motivational seminars or workshops, as an inspirational message to encourage personal development and thoughtful decision-making.
- As a transition slide between sections in a wider talk on ethics, conservation, or personal accountability in various professional fields.