Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Week 8 2014/15


 
This is the multiple choice for week 8 of the Challenges of Climate Change. The questions relate largely to the lecture from 14th Nov 2014. They are due 10am on Friday 21 Nov 2014.
 
Approximately what percentage of child deaths (<5 years) in the world are thought to be attributable to malnutrition?
How many times higher is childhood mortality in sub-Saharan Africa than in Europe (your answer can be approximate, and you may find the WHO an useful resource)?
What defines the Anthropocene?
Which of the following is not an example of a black swan event?
Which of the following provide a reasonably accurate description on the behaviour of CO2 concentrations (mark all that apply)?

Keyboard users: tab to the item you want to relocate, press enter to select, use up and down arrows to choose new position, then press enter again to confirm.

  • Reserves
  • Tourism
  • Fishing
  • Agriculture
  • Ports/shipping
Privacy notice
The data on this quiz relates to your submission of coursework. The date and time of your submission, your identity and the work you have submitted will all be stored, but will not be used for any purpose other than administering and recording your coursework submission.

The University of Warwick is the Data Controller of any information you have entered on this form and is committed to protecting the rights of individuals in line with Data Protection Legislation. The University's Data Protection webpages provide further information on your rights and how the University processes personal data. If you wish to submit a data subjects rights request, make a complaint or report a suspected personal data breach, please contact the University’s Data Protection Officer by email at infocompliance@warwick.ac.uk.

Spam prevention

Failure to load reCAPTCHA

reCAPTCHA is a utility used to verify you're not a robot filling out this form. Unfortunately this has failed to load correctly.

Please try reloading the page. If the problem persists, or if you are in a country which blocks Google products, please contact us by using the ‘page contact’ link at the foot of this page.