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courses:ct60a7000:spring2016:1:vtynhi [2016/04/22 09:28]
m6021 [Carbon footprint Analysis and Reflection]
courses:ct60a7000:spring2016:1:vtynhi [2016/04/28 10:56] (current)
m6021 [Grading other presentations]
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-===== Grading other presentations ​=====+===== Exam questions ​===== 
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 +**1. Sustainability is not just about saving energy, but why saving energy has received more attentions than others?** 
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 +As human behaviors is the core of the problem, understanding the motivations that encourage people care about saving energy may help us recreate the similar motivations in other sectors. The response should also discuss about obstacles which prevent people from caring about other sectors such as the complexity of required technologies,​ living standards, cultural aspects and the development level of a country. 
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 +**2. How to change the consumer culture from embracing newness toward more sustainable purchasing?​**  
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 +Consumer culture that embrace newness are the main reasons for many environmental issues such as e-waste, pollution and the exhaustion of raw materials. Depending on educational levels, financial income, culture or lifestyle, the levels of embracing newness may vary but mainly this culture is facilitated by the ego in each and every one of us. Deep down we all want to be special and to be acknowledged. Since we understand more about this culture, we can take actions to change it. 
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 +**3. Do you think rewards can help people act more sustainable for both long-term and short-term? Propose some kinds of reward.** 
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 +The problem once again relates to human behavior which means we have to analyze the impacts of culture aspects, educational levels, living standards and development levels. Based on the responses, we can have a broader view about various perceptions towards rewards approach. This would be very useful for further research about human behaviors in sustainable development. 
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 +**4. Analyze the three pillars of sustainability.** 
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 +Based on the answers, we can justify how much the responders understand about sustainability. A good answer should explain what these three pillars are and the relationship among them. Some examples will be necessary to illustrate the explanations.  
  
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