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Pledge for a Better Planet
Mind Map Starter activity:
Billions of People Year Population Growth
How is this affecting the future?
What is sustainability? "Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”
Sustainable vs Unsustainable
Sustainable Living At Home Activity:
Earth Summit - Rio de Janeiro, June 2012 Governments are coming together to find ways to make the world more sustainable for future generations What is RIO+20?
Jobs Oceans Food Water Cities Energy Disaster 7 critical issues
How does Rio+20 affect me? You are the future generation…. How do you want the world to be in 20 years?
How can I help?
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FOR EUROPE AND THE WORLD HISTORY.
Declaration of the Conference on the Human Environment (1972) by: Daniela Yurovsky (also known as the Stockholm Conference) Draft Year: 1972 Amendment.
ActionAid schools | JUNE 2012 | 1 Rio+20: the future we want Rio de Janeiro, Brazil PHOTO: JENNY MATHEWS/ACTIONAID.
TOGETHER WE MAKE WATER A GLOBAL PRIORITY. OUR WORLD RIGHT NOW Water and sanitation crisis and progress Food, energy, urbanization, finances, development.
#WED: 2015 “Seven Billion Dreams One Planet Consume with Care” Dr. Bharat Jain, Member Secretary Gujarat Cleaner Production Centre Dr. Bharat Jain, Member.
Sustaining earth SC.912.L What is Sustainability Sustainability is an attempt to provide the best outcomes for the human and natural environments.
Sustainability - Carbon Footprint. How did you calculate your carbon footprint? What was your annual carbon mass? How could you reduce your carbon footprint?
PHOTO-STORY CONTEST on Sustainable Development Orientation Workshop Phearanich Hing, Climate Change Policy Analyst 13 July 2012.
Welcome back to A2!. Well done! ?Resits? This year … Research Themes G4 - Sustainability.
World Heritage Sites and Biodiversity Hotspots Interactive Map of World Heritage sites (UNESCO): wcmc.org/imaps/W_Heritage/viewer.htm.
Map of Planet Earth Water Covers ¾ of Planet Earth. Facts About Water.
Thriving Neighbourhoods on One Planet. Twenty years since the first world summit UN Rio+20 World Summit on Sustainable Development, June 2012.
A Living Planet 1.2. Water -In the U.S., each person uses about 379 Liters of water each day! (drinking, bathing, flushing) -In the world, more than 2.
R ISK MANAGEMENT : A POWERFUL INSTRUMENT FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT S ADEGH B AKHTIARI (2014) Roxane Doll - Noëlia Collado 1.
Interactions with the Environment I am Learning how plants interact with the Sun’s light and heat to support life on Earth. I am Learning how plants interact.
Chapter 2: History of Environmental Science Conservation vs. Preservation Modern Environmental Movement Key Players and Viewpoints.
HUMAN POPULATION MPHO SEFATSA RHODES UNIVERSITY PSYCHOLOGY (Hons.)
History of Evolution of Sustainable Development In 1972, United Nations Conference on Human Environment in Stockholm, recognized the importance.
8th ANNUAL ELISABETH MANN BORGESE OCEAN LECTURE Blue Planet Under Threat: Challenges and Opportunities at Rio+20 Friday 8th June World Oceans Day.
Chronology of Sustainable Development The term “sustainable development” is first used during the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment.
What is your view of the Earth? See how different scales affect what can be seen on a map. Be able to identify the Earth’s major continents and oceans.
Global Strategies For Sustainable Development. Global Strategies Governments first actively addressed the issues of global environmental needs when they.
How Many People Can the Earth Support?. Are we growing beyond the Earth’s ability to support us all? DEF: Carrying Capacity: the maximum number of people.
Audit & Mohammad Bagher Ghomi. E NVIRONMENT AND A UDIT Discusses the following subjects: Environmental issues Sustainable development The role of SAIs.
What is Ecology?. Ecology is the study of the interactions of living organisms with one another and with their environment.
INTRODUCTION TO CANADIAN AND WORLD ISSUES Part 2 CGW4U.
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES WORLD WITHOUT BORDERS. Global Environmental Problems Deforestation & Rain Forest DestructionDeforestation & Rain Forest Destruction.
International Co-operative Alliance 1 10 th Asia Pacific Regional Assembly 7 th Asia Pacific Co-operative Forum Kobe, 29 th November 2012 Dame Pauline.
Human Adaptations to Environment. Human – Environmental Interaction Like all animals, people must adapt to the climate, landforms, vegetation, and natural.
2.3 Human Niches and Population: (Pages 65-68) Homework: Page 68 # 5, 6.
Earth’s Human and Cultural Geography. World Population The worlds population was grown rapidly over the past 200 years, creating new challenges The.
CORPUS CHRISTI CATHOLIC COLLEGE – GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT 1 Brasilia Can you see what is wrong with this map?
Water for Food and Rural Development. Increases in world population and economic growth will threaten global water conservation and food security More.
“St.st.Cyril and Methodius” DIMITROVGRAD Our poll: "What would be our life without water ?
Our Changing Environment Chapter 1 Review. True or False 1. One of the major concerns in environmental science is how to successfully integrate the natural.
Human Impact on Ecosystems Chapter 3 Section 1. Human population growth presents challenges.
1 Dr. Noeleen Heyzer Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations and Executive Secretary of ESCAP Follow-up to Rio+20: Actions & considerations at the.
UNIT 1: THE EARTH, AN INHABITED PLANET. Common substances to all living beings - Water - Minerals - Carbohydrates - Fats - Proteins.
Urban stress and sustainable solutions in LEDC cities Nairobi Mexico City Shanghai Rio de Janeiro.
Global Environmental Issues. 5 Main Environmental Issues Population Growth Poverty & Hunger Greenhouse Effect & Global Warming Thinning of the Ozone Layer.
Ecosystem Productivity and Soils. Energy Pyramid.
A. Something to think about.B. World Oceans Day (WOD).C. The Ocean Cleanup project.
Sustainable Development is very critical in today’s world, and it is particularly important for you to have a world. CP551 Sustainable Development (3 credits)
Current world problems | hutcheson. learning target: students will be able to make connections between patterns of human influence and geographic factors.
Water and Life Properties of Water. Polarity 1.Draw a Molecule and Label the Charges 2. How do Water Molecules interact or affect one another?
Its Easy To Be Green! What does it mean to be green? What is sustainability?
Chapter 4 Section 1. Population Growth 6.2 billion people live on the earth. People live on 30% of the planets land. By 2025 the population should.
Do now 1.Describe the ecosystem of Easter Island. 2.What are some factors that limited how many people can live on Easter Island?
The United States Vs. The World. The United States is the ____ largest country in the world. World Rankings 1 st _______ 2 nd _______ 3 rd _______ 4 th.
Place What is it like?. 2 Aspects of Place Physical characteristics Landforms Bodies of water Climate Vegetation Animal life Cultural characteristics.
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