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1st GAY 30
2nd HLR 30
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10th NAU 28

QUIZZES // Global resources management

Q1. Which is the best definition of a resource?

Things that people make

Things that people use

Food, energy and water

When the whole population has enough for their needs

Q2. Which of these is a reason for increased global resource consumption?

A decline in population

People producing and consuming less meat

Climate change

People are getting poorer

Q3. Which would be the best measure of water security?

Global Hunger Index

Life expectancy

Deaths from unsafe water

Child mortality rate

Q4. How would you measure a country's energy security?

By finding out the life expectancy of the population

By finding out the amount of food produced and consumed

By finding out the level of carbon dioxide emissions per capita

By finding out the share of the population that has access to electricity

Q5. Which would be the best measure of food security?

The child mortality rate

A country’s Global Hunger Index score

A country’s life expectancy

CO2 emissions per capita

Q6. Which best defines sustainability?

When supply of something exceeds demand

When demand for something exceeds supply

The amount of a resource that is available

Using a resource at a rate that does not negatively affect the environment

Q7. Which of these would lead to a resource surplus?

If a country has high resource exports

When the supply of something exceeds demand

If a country has low resource imports

When the demand for something exceeds supply

Q8. What leads to a resource deficit?

When the demand for a resource exceeds supply

When the supply of a resource exceeds demand

Where a country has low resource imports

Where a country has high resource exports

Q9. Which of the following is a definition of wasting?

Low weight for height

Low height for age

A lack of sufficient food for energy needs for at least one year

Deficiencies, excesses or imbalances in a person’s intake of energy and/or nutrients

Q10. Which of the following is a definition of stunting?

Low weight for height

Low height for age

A lack of sufficient food for energy needs for at least one year

Deficiencies, excesses or imbalances in a person’s intake of energy and/or nutrients

Q11. Which of the following is a definition of malnutrition?

Low weight for height

Low height for age

A lack of sufficient food for energy needs for at least one year

Deficiencies, excesses or imbalances in a person’s intake of energy and/or nutrients

Q12. Which of the following is a definition of undernourishment?

Low weight for height

Low height for age

A lack of sufficient food for energy needs for at least one year

Deficiencies, excesses or imbalances in a person’s intake of energy and/or nutrients

Q13. Which area of the world has food insecurity?

Australia

USA and Canada

Europe

Sub-Saharan Africa

Q14. Which statement describes Saudi Arabia’s resource security?

Saudi Arabia has energy security, but has food and water insecurity

Saudi Arabia has energy, food and water security

Saudi Arabia has energy and food security, but water insecurity

Saudi Arabia has energy, food and water insecurity

Q15. Which is the best definition of an import?

Something sold to one country from another

Something brought into one country from another

When supply exceeds demand

When demand exceeds supply

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