Are you ready to be a trained PPE Assessor?

Welcome to your Exam for Assessors.

We hope you have gained valuable insights from our training sessions and are confident in your ability to answer these questions accurately. Please complete the quiz by Tuesday, July 8th, at 11:59 PM.

1. 
KT01: Which greenhouse gas comprises most of our air?

2. 
KT02: Which of the mentioned greenhouse gases has the longest life expectancy in the atmosphere?

3. 
KT03: By switching to LED lights, we can reduce energy consumption by more than 80% compared to regular lights.

4. 
KT04: Which of the following claims is false?

5. 
KT05: Where do we waste the most energy when organising an event?

6. 
KT06: Which of the following forms of mobility creates the smallest carbon footprint?

7. 
KT07: How many grammes of CO2 do we emit into the atmosphere by sending an e-mail with an attachment?

8. 
KT08: To generate one kilogramme of beef, you need:

9. 
KT09: What should be the carbon footprint of individuals to limit the effects of climate change by 2050 (CO2 per inhabitant)?

10. 
KT10: When was Earth Overshoot Day 2023?

11. 
KT11: How many tonnes of plastic end up in our oceans every year?

12. 
KT12: How much food do we throw away in EU countries annually?

13. 
KT13: Which material used for exhibitor stands generates the most carbon footprint?

14. 
KT14: Which food generates the most emissions per 1,000 kcal?

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KT15: Electric vehicles emit zero emissions.

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KT16: Cars are more environmentally friendly than planes.

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K17: How many goals does the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development have? These goals were adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in September 2015.

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KT18: In the preamble of the UN’s SDG goals, five key segments are named the 5 Ps. Which of the following is not included?

19. 
KT19: Where are most carbon footprint emissions generated in a new Apple laptop?

20. 
KT20: How many times can we recycle metal?

21. 
KT21: What percentage of plastic do we recycle in Europe on average?

22. 
KT22: What type of packaging waste is dominant in the EU?

23. 
How many events take place around the world per day?

24. 
What does the abbreviation ESRS stand for?

25. 
Which of the following statements about the role and values of external assessors in event organising is FALSE?

26. 
Which of the following statements about the regulation and responsibility of external assessors is TRUE?

27. 
What is the threshold to acquire a positive sustainability rating?

28. 
How many forms are there for data collection from suppliers to calculate the carbon footprint?

29. 
We adhere to the ISO 14064-1 standard for calculating the carbon footprint, which means we follow and report on all aspects of event organising.

30. 
Pick out the correct answer:

31. 
The final sustainability rating report is written manually

32. 
A three star mark in the final sustainability report means:

33. 
How many criteria are obligatory and how many are recommendable?

34. 
Planet Positive VENUE: Which of the following statements is FALSE?

35. 
Planet Positive MOBILITY when organizing events: pick the FALSE statement

36. 
Planet Positive CATERING: Which of the following statements is FALSE?

37. 
Planet Positive EXHIBITON: Which of the following statements is FALSE?

38. 
Planet Positive SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Which of the following statements is FALSE?

39. 
Planet Positive COMMUNICATION: Which of the following statements is FALSE?

40. 
Planet Positive S-SOCIAL: Which of the following statements is FALSE?

41. 
Planet Positive NATURAL ENVIRONMENT: Which of the following statements is FALSE?

Event organizers should:

42. 
Planet Positive WASTE: Which of the following statements is FALSE?

For event organizers it's important to make sure to:

43. 
Planet Positive MULTIMEDIA EQUIPMENT & PRODUCTION: Which of the following statements is FALSE?

Event organizers should:

44. 
Planet Positive PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Which of the following statements is FALSE?

Event organizers should:

45. 
Planet Positive WATER: Which of the following statements is FALSE?

Event organizers should:

46. 
Planet Positive E-ENVIRONMENT: Which of the following statements is FALSE?

Event organizers should:

47. 
Planet Positive ENERGY: Which of the following statements is FALSE?

Event organizers should:

48. 
Planet Positive G-GOVERNANCE: Event organizers should facilitate a prosperity in society and innovation:

49. 
Planet Positive HOTEL ACCOMMODATION: Event organizers should choose hotels with sustainability certificates:

50. 
Planet Positive MARKETING: Event organizers can have vague cancellation fees

51. 
Planet Positive PURCHASING PRODUCTS & ORDERING: Event organizers should consider the concept of Fairtrade when purchasing products and services

52. 
Which greenhouse gas emissions are not measured in scope 1 (direct emissions)?

53. 
Which greenhouse gas emissions are not measured in scope 2 (indirect emissions)?

54. 
Which greenhouse gas emissions are not measured in scope 3 (indirect emissions)?

55. 
Which gas is not considered a greenhouse gas?

56. 
Which standard was not considered in the development of the Planet Positive Event tool?

57. 
Look for a strategic advantage that is not characteristic of our tool Planet Positive Event?

58. 
How is a product or service that emits no carbon emissions defined as?

59. 
Which regenerative effects of events are not included under IMPACT (SHORT-TERM and measurable SMART effects)?

60. 
Which regenerative effects of events are not included under LEGACY (LONG-TERM and positive impact on the community)?