A Sustainability Journey — From a Dental Company’s Perspective
Presented by Sanjay Haryana, DDS, Msc, EMBA
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1. When could you say modern-time sustainability started?
2. “Keep Sweden tidy”, was an initiative by the Swedish government in 1964 to keep the seashores clean. What was the suggestion we should do with the trash?
Send the trash to developing countries
Put it in a box and sink it
Nothing – all trash is biodegradable
3. What are the three legs of sustainable development?
Environment, Water, and Wind
Us Dollars, British Pounds, and European Euro
Environment, Economy, and Social
Water, Land, and Atmosphere
4. How many Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) did the United Nations create to be achieved by the year 2015?
5. How many Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) did the United Nations Assembly create to be achieved by 2030?
6. How many subgoals are connected to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?
7. Why is CO2 necessary for us to survive?
Plants use it to produce energy
Plants convert CO2 to oxygen
It captures some heat, which creates a more even temperature on our planet
All the above
8. What is one of the easiest ways to Practice Green or create a Green Practice?
Make staff and patients cycle to work
Reuse disposable material such as suction tips and cups
Stop using water
Switch to green energy
9. Why is preventive dental care so important in respect to greenhouse gas emissions?
It is not connected
All dental treatment leads to material consumption. Every treatment saved - is an emission saved
Preventive treatment has high emissions
Fluoride treatment is connected to global warming
10. To act sustainable, we talk about the 3 Rs. Which of the below actions are included in acting sustainable?
All the above
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