UN Goal 12
Responsible consumption and production
UN Goal 12: Responsible consumption and production
UN Goal 12: Responsible consumption and production Exam
Answer 12 questions correct in one go.
After water, which raw material is most used in the world in terms of volume?
What happened to the total amount of raw materials used across the world annually since 2000?
How many years did it take between the discovery of ozone depleting substances and the signing of an international agreement to ban them?
Globally, how much food is lost between being harvested and sold in stores?
Of all waste collected from homes, businesses and schools worldwide, how much of the total weight is plastic?
What share of the world’s waste is generated in North America?
Compared to people in high-income countries, how much waste do people living in middle-income countries generate per person per day?
Globally, what share of waste that is collected from households, businesses and streets ends up in managed landfills (not open dump sites)?
Out of 195 countries, how many have banned gasoline containing lead?
What share of waste that is collected from households, businesses and streets is food and other green waste (e.g. grass cuttings)?
Of all greenhouse gases emitted in the world in 2004, around 1% required some kind of carbon tax or fee to be paid. What was the number in 2022?
How much raw material does each person in high-income countries use every year compared to those in middle-income countries?
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