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close this bookTeacher's Guide on Basic Environmental Health (WHO, 1999, 327 p.)
close this folderPart Two: Sample learning activities
close this folderChapter 11: Transboundary and global health concerns
View the document11.1. Question “can” (sample terms and concepts)1

11.1. Question “can” (sample terms and concepts)1

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(Note to instructor: For guidelines on how to conduct the “Question Can” exercise, see page 32.)

Global ecological changes

Greenhouse effect


Fossil underground water

Geneva Protocol

Arthropod-borne viral diseases

Guerrilla warfare

Ecological succession

Ecological vandalism


Ozone depletion

Acid precipitation

Scorched-earth strategies

The Basel Convention

Hague Declaration

Post traumatic stress syndrome

Nuclear winter

Natural disasters

Land mines

Global warming


Algal biotoxins

Tropospheric ozone accumulation

Tickborne diseases

Montreal Protocol