NLM 301 midterm study guide FULL and cross checked

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Arizona State University
Nonprofit Leadership and Management
NLM 301
Rebekka Goodman

Midterm questions and review in class. These have been double checked against the actual midterm and are almost all on the exam. Study these, and you’ll do good. 50 questions. t/f and multiple choice. Last 2 questions are a one sentence answer. *1962—Silent Spring Rachel Carson (*MID TERM- important because first time chain of events for pesticides in the food chain and how It affects us environmentally, economically, socially, etc) 1968—Biosphere, Paul Ehrlich publishes Population Bomb (*MIDTERM consequences of drought and starvation, too many people, using resources too fast, not enough water, we need to slow tf down.Access to agriculture and food distribution) *1972- Club of Rome Limits to Growth (*MIDTERM – Controversial because consequences if we didn’t slow growth, NORTH we can grow because technology will fix it, SOUTH you want us to stop developing and die?) Who was Chico Mendez? Green Belt Movement? Definition of the Brudtland report, our common future. In the power points, look in the 2 one. Word for word. Why is it important and what is the definition? (Define sustainable: Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generation to meet their own needs.) Overriding importance to the poor, limitations imposed by state and technology and social organizations. System Dynamics, Scale, Long-term development, trade-offs, Collaboration and participation. Miss Waldron’s red colobus monkey declared extinct * MIDTERM (first extinct primate) Everything has a trade-off. Packing vs. buying lunch. Solar energy takesALOT of land, panels are made in factories with social and environmental regulations, and made of bad materials. But there’s less pollution from getting the energy *Game’s Theory *Know what is sustainable, not just eco-social, social-environmental, environ-economic ppt on challenges. Energy efficiency. *Goals of sustainable development. Nothing is about prioritizing. Still trying to maximize income, without the peril of the environment. *T OR False (Everything you have depends on nature. The answer is True.) Governing sustainable development. (poverty, population, pollution, participation, ) challenges ppt Determinants (consumption, production, distribution. ) *Poor people don’t cause degradation **Midt
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