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      What percent of energy comes from fossil fuels?
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      1. What percent of energy comes from fossil fuels?
        1. 50%
        2. 10%
        3. 6.4%
        4. 94%
        5. 60%
      2. In what state will the Aptera the electric car be sold first?
        1. Utah
        2. California
        3. Montana
        4. New Mexico
        1. It already available for pre-order, and priced at about $27,000. They will only be sold in California There will be two models of the Aptera: an all-electric version that goes 120 miles on a charge (for 2008), and a gasoline version that will get 300 mpg (for 2009). The car is also said to be very safe, see the safety FAQ [link:http://www.aptera.com/ask.php, name:here]. You can check out the youtube video [link:http://youtube.com/watch?v=p2Ke1VWhZJA, name:here].
      3. What country has the highest carbon emissions per capita?
        1. France
        2. UK
        3. USA
        1. France has a per capita carbon emission of 1.64 tonnes, compared to 2.67 tonnes for the U.K and 5.61 tonnes for the US. France has made a commitment that all new buildings would be net energy producers by 2020, incandescent lighting would be banned by 2010, buyers of efficient vehicles would be subsidized, drivers of inefficient vehicles would be penalized, and road construction would be severely curtailed in favor of expanded rail travel using state-of-the-art French TGV technology. A carbon tax is also being seriously contemplated. http://www.realclimate.org/index.php/archives/2007/11/les-chevaliers-de-lordre-de-la-terre-plate-part-i-allgre-and-courtillot/
      4. How much ice was depleted from the arctic ice shelf?
        1. 3-5%
        2. 8-10%
        3. 14-20%
        4. Over 60%
        1. NASA data show that Arctic perennial sea ice, which normally survives the summer melt season and remains year-round, shrunk abruptly by 14 percent between 2004 and 2005. According to researchers, the loss of perennial ice in the East Arctic Ocean was even higher, nearing 50 percent during that time as some of the ice moved from the East Arctic to the West.
      5. Does the Apple IPhone contain hazardous materials?
        1. yes
        2. no
        1. Some iPhone components tested positive for chlorinated plastic polyvinyl chloride and bromine flame retardants that can be a toxin after being thrown away, Greenpeace said in a report titled ''Missing Call: iPhone's Hazardous Material.'' The combination handheld media player's battery also is typically glued and soldered to the handset, making it more difficult to remove for recycling, the environmental group said.

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      6. What nation leads the way with over 70% of the countries new vehicles on Ethanol?
        1. US
        2. CHINA
        3. CANADA
        4. BRAZIL
        5. MEXICO
        1. Brazil&rsquo;s Proalcool (Pro-Alcohol) program, initiated by the Brazilian government in 1975 to reduce dependence on foreign oil products after the Oil Shock of &lsquo;73. H.O. Flex-fuel vehicles were introduced in 2003. These vehicles can run on straight ethanol, straight gasoline or a blend of the two. Today more than 70 percent of the new cars sold in Brazil are flex-fuel. For more info visit www.agualuna.com

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