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Between 1960 and 2005, global energy production has increased __________ percent. a.50 b

Between 1960 and 2005, global energy production has increased __________ percent.

a.50

b.80

c.95

d.None of the above is correct.

 

32.__________ supplies most of the world’s energy.

a.Fossil fuels.

b.Nuclear power.

c.Geothermal power.

d.Hydroelectric power.

 

33.Environmentally friendly sources (hydroelectric, solar, geothermal, and wind power) produce about __________ percent of all energy used.

a.3

b.15

c.40

d.85

 

34.The Obama administration has made alternative fuels a high priority, but should except resistance

a.NGOs.

b.EDCs.

c.businesses involved in traditional fuels.

d.members of the European Union.

 

35.Alternative sources of power such as solar or geother­mal are limited by all of the following factors except

a.limited availability of resources.

b.cost.

c.production capacity.

d.consumer reliance on traditional energy sources.

 

36.The statement, __________, best describes the relationship between energy and geographic location.

a.“While energy consumption is greater in the North, the demand for energy is greater in the South.”

b.“While energy consumption is greater in the South, the demand for energy is greater in the North.”

c.“Energy consumption in the North approximates consumption in the South.”

d.“Energy consumption in both the North and South has decreased as the result of increased conservation efforts.”

 

37.The largest percentage of deforestation is in the

a.northern European woodlands.

b.North American forests.

c.tropical forests.

d.woodlands.

 

38.One of the primary causes of the leveling of Brazilian rain forests is

a.acid rain.

b.climate changes, partly due to pollution from the burning of fossil fuels.

c.Amazon Basin flooding.

d.expanding populations and economic needs.

 

39.The notion that international organizations are at­tempting to control LDCs’ environmental resources is called

a.eco-feminism.

b.eco-determinism.

c.eco-colonialism.

d.eco-fatalism.

 

40.The illegal trade in feathers, pelts, ivory, and other wildlife products annually totals about

a.$100 million.

b.$1 billion.

c.$10 billion.

d.$20 billion

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