October 29

What does quality education mean, why is it important, and how can we help solve this goal?

What does Quality Education mean?

Quality education is to ensure inclusive quality education and to promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

Why is it so important?

Quality education is important because it unlocks imagination and is fundamental for self-respect. It opens a world of opportunities, making it possible for a healthy society. Learning and a good education benefits everybody.

 

How can we help this goal?

We can help by donating to charities that raise money to provide education for everyone. We can also help educate others.

 

This is what quality education is and what it means, why it’s important, and how we can help with this goal.

 

All information found from: https://www.globalgoals.org/4-quality-education

https://www.savethechildren.org/us/what-we-do/global-programs/education

 

Pictures found from: http://www.qeafund.org/about-us/

https://www.uab.edu/servicelearning/student-courses/highlighted-community-partners/71-quality-education

October 29

What is Good Health and Well Being and Why is it important?

What does Good Health and Well Being Mean?

Good health and well-being is ensuring healthy lives for everyone at all ages. Good health and well-being is also fighting diseases worldwide. It is also making sure everyone has the medications and treatments that they need.

 

Why is Good Health and Well-Being Important?

Good health and well-being is important because many people die from diseases and bad health. But over the last 15 years, the number of child deaths has been cut in half. Therefore, this proves that if we continue to fight for this, we can make a difference.

This is what good health and well-being is, and why it is so important.

All information found from: https://www.globalgoals.org/3-good-health-and-well-being

http://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/sustainable-development-goals/goal-3-good-health-and-well-being.ht

Pictures found from:

https://academicimpact.un.org/content/good-health-and-well-being

https://www.wigan.gov.uk/Resident/Health-Social-Care/Healthy-Routes/Wellbeing.aspx

October 29

What does zero hunger mean and why is it important?

What does zero hunger mean?

Zero hunger means that everyone is fed enough to grow. Sadly, one in nine people are undernourished and don’t have enough food.

Why is zero hunger important?

Zero hunger is important because if we grow,consume,and share our food correctly, agriculture, fisheries, and forestry can provide food for everyone. If not done correctly, many people suffer hunger and are not provided with enough food.

This is what zero hunger means and why it is important.

All information found from:

https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/hunger/

October 29

How can people help with clean water and sanitation?

What can people do to make a difference in clean water and sanitation?

 

People have made strides to help with access to clean water, lack of sanitation is weakening these advances. But if we provide everyone with what they need, such as affordable equipment and hygiene practices, we can help solve this problem. This is how people can make a difference in clean water and sanitation.

All information found from: https://www.globalgoals.org/6-clean-water-and-sanitation

October 29

What does clean water and sanitation mean and why is it important?

What is does clean water and sanitation mean? Why is it important?

Global goal #6 strives to ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all. Clean water and sanitation is important because without it, there is unnecessary diseases, suffering, and death. This is why global goal #6 is important and what it means.

 

All information found from:

https://www.globalgoals.org/6-clean-water-and-sanitation

October 29

Global Goal #6: Clean water and sanitation

What is does clean water and sanitation mean? Why is it important? How can we make a difference with clean water and sanitation?

Global goal #6 strives to ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all. Clean water and sanitation is important because without it, there is unnecessary diseases, suffering, and death. We can help make a difference by providing affordable equipment and education in hygiene practices. This is why global goal #6 is important, what it means, and how we can help to solve this problem.

 

All information found from:

https://www.globalgoals.org/6-clean-water-and-sanitation

October 29

How can we improve life on land?

How can someone improve life on land?

We can do many things to benefit and better life on land. The first thing we could do is recycle. Recycling will cut down on the waste on our land, giving life on land a better community. The second thing we can do is consume only what we need. Consuming only what we need will save more food for the world. Also, it will help have food for people who need it. This is how we can improve life on land.

October 29

Why Life on Land Matters!

Why does Life on Land matter?

Life on land matters because we need to keep trees and terrestrial animals alive. Forests cover nearly 31% of our planets area. The air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat-the forests help support and sustain us. Forests are home to more than 80% of all terrestrial species of animals, insects, and plants. Around 1.6 billion people depend on forests for their livelihood.

 

All information found from:

https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/15_Why-it-Matters_Goal15__Life-on-Land_3p.pdf

October 8

What does it mean to be a responsible consumer?

What does it mean to be a responsible consumer? Being a responsible consumer means only taking the amount of food you can eat and only buying what you will eat. It’s also always recycling, reusing, and repairing what you can.

 

Examples: *You saw that a gallon of milk in your fridge was about to

expire, and you made sure to drink the rest of it quickly.

* You were in the grocery store and saw a sale on a family size bag of your favorite chips, but knew you and your family wouldn’t be able to finish it before they went stale or expired, so you didn’t buy them.

Non-Examples

*You saw a gallon of milk in your fridge was almost expired and you wouldn’t be able to finish it, so you threw it out.

*You were in the grocery store and saw a sale on your favorite family size bag of chips, but you knew that you probably wouldn’t finish them, but loved them so much so bought it anyway.

October 8

My Summer Road Trip!

Last summer I went on a family road trip. We visited Pittsburgh, PA and Cleveland, OH. Our first stop was going to be a 4-hour ride to Pittsburgh. On the way there, I just relaxed and went on my phone. In Pittsburgh we went on a tour of the city, we went to Hard Rock Cafe, and to a huge park. While we were driving in Pittsburgh,  we got lost and ended up about an hour away from our hotel.

Then we went to an aviary. My family and I got to do an interactive experience with flamingos. We went into their habitat and fed them. The flamingos would sometimes come up to you and peck your hair or your legs, which didn’t hurt but tickled. We also got to hold birds, see penguins, owls, 2 sloths ( which are my favorite animals), more birds, and we even fed butterflies.

The next day, we started on our drive to Cleveland, Ohio. In Ohio we went to a Taylor Swift concert. We had a lot of fun, but the traffic was insane. Once we got to the concert it was great, but getting dinner at the stadium was chaotic. This is what we did on our family summer road trip!