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A "Resilient" town is
A town reluctant to change
A town capable of resisting and adapting to
A town that changes water, gas or electricity
The Greenhouse effect is due to humans:
True, human activity cases green house gas emission
False, without the greenhouse effect life would not have been able to emerge and develop on Earth
Along with the forests, what are known as the "Lungs of the Earth"?
Both Himalayas and Oceans
What is the main reason for felling trees nowadays
To increase farmland
To make paper
All of the above
How many children live in regions threathened by conflict?
1 in 100, or 22 million children
1 in 25, or 88 million children
1 in 9, or 230 million children
The numbers cannot be estimated
Sustainability Science is the study of the concepts of sustainable development and ___
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) recognize that all countries must stimulate action in the following key areas.
people, planet, prosperity, peace and partnership
people, planet, prosperity, plants and partnership
people, planet, prosperity, plants and planning
people, planet, prosperity, peace and planning
Following is (are) the element(s) of sustainable agriculture
all of the above
The technology which meets the sustainable development needs is often referred to as
The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (UNCSD) is also known as
Which of the following terms describes the point beyond which the environment exceeds its ability to provide essential resources?
For Sustainable Development to be successful, which key systems must work together?
Economic, Social, Environmental
Economic, Environmental, Executive
Economic, Legislative, Environmental
Economic, Social, Legislative, Environmental
Which is not an obstacle to achieving the SDG?
differences in income
using more than we produce or grow
Which competency encourages you to think about your actions and beliefs about sustainability?
Critical thinking Competency
What does the term 'sustainable' mean?
The implementation of eco-friendly technologies.
A balance between meeting today's needs with those of the future.
The use of alternative energies.
Who are those 'left behind' referred to in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development?
The vulnerable groups.
Those without access to certain rights, goods and services.
How the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are described in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development?
They are Goals to be applied in certain countries.
They imply a mandatory and international set of development models.
They are universal, applicable to all countries while respecting national contexts.
All of the above
The Voluntary National Reviews of the SDGs are a exclusive domain of governments?
No, they must incorporate other stakeholders.
Yes, they are.
Yes, although consultations with other actors might take place.
Why is the education for sustainable development relevant?
It enhances careers prospects.
It promotes better understanding about the environment.
It empowers individuals to reflect on their own actions.
Where was the sustainable development explained for first time?
World Development Report
Brundtland Commission Report
First Earth Summit Report
Human Development Report