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G.H. Brundtland High School

M. Strong, Principal

FOURTH ANNUAL RIO REPORT CARD

Curriculum: Based on commitments made at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, June 1992

Students: Jean, Paul, Anne, Sergio, and the Government of Canada

SUBJECT GRADE COMMENTS
1. Commitment to increase Overseas Development Assistance (ODA) to 0.7% of GNP. F No effort.
2. Commitment to reduce greenhouse gases. D- Anne earns government low marks.
3. Commitment to protect biodiversity. D Sergio could raise this with extra effort.
4. Commitment to review and reform pesticides policies. C- David hasnıt yet gotten past the primer - hope he can apply himself next term.
5. Commitment to environmental assessment of projects. D Sergio ducking assignments.
6. Agenda 21 commitment to make trade and environment mutually supportive. F Lloyd has a good instinct for the subject, but performance is still lacking.
7. Conservation of living marine resources. F Fred has no aptitude here. Perhaps the school career counsellor could help.
8. Commitment to Indigenous Peoples. F No one showed up for class.
9. Incorporating environmental concerns. D- Jean has to repeat the year and start over.
10. Forests. C- Cut-backs jeopardize science mark.
11. Toxics D Itıs still about our health.


G.H. Brundtland High School

M. Strong, Principal

FOURTH ANNUAL RIO REPORT CARD

Curriculum: Based on commitments made at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, June 1992

Students: Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, P.E.I., New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, B.C., Northwest Territories, Yukon

PROVINCE SUBJECT GRADE COMMENTS
Newfoundland Climate Change
Biodiversity
F
F
Not attending classes.
Where is Captain Conservation?
Nova Scotia Climate Change
Biodiversity
Toxics/Pollution
D-
B-
F
Good progress!
Appalling failure in learning the science.
Prince Edward Island Climate Change
Biodiversity
D
C
Itıs about impacts
Bogged down again.
New Brunswick Climate Change
Biodiversity
Toxics/Pollution
D+
D
B
Good work on Clean Air.
Poor showing on Peticodiac and Grand Lake Meadows.
Quebec Climate Change
Biodiversity
D+
C+
We need more effort here.
Improvements on biodiversity but more work needed on forests.
Ontario Climate Change
Biodiversity
F
F
Need some Common Sense here.
Manitoba Climate Change
Biodiversity
D-
F
Gary, please see the Principal.
Consistent failure - remedial work needed.
Saskatchewan Climate Change
Biodiversity
F
D
No progress!
Alberta Climate Change
Biodiversity
F-
D
Ralph! So much promise, so little effort.
British Columbia Climate Change
Biodiversity
D+
B-
Not working to potential.
Northwest Territories Climate Change
Biodiversity
C-
D
First impacts are here - class leader.
Yukon Climate Change
Biodiversity
CD Logging a problem.



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