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      Abundant studies show that the very HOTTEST issue of environmental sustainability is:
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      • Poverty and Terrorism

      • Climate Change

      • Fresh Water

      • Energy Dependency

      • Deforestation

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      1. Abundant studies show that the very HOTTEST issue of environmental sustainability is:
        1. Poverty and Terrorism
        2. Climate Change
        3. Fresh Water
        4. Energy Dependency
        5. Deforestation
        1. There are small things we can each do to help: including making gift purchases which are 'green'. This includes items that have low or zero impact on damaging the environment: 'Green' gifts are available &amp; very useful such as [link:, name: this fun massager].
      2. Protect the Earth and You Can Save the _____
        1. Whales
        2. World
        3. Money
        4. Time
        5. Fuel
        1. Which country has the fastest growing global warming problem?
          1. China
          2. USA
          3. Saudi Arabia
          4. Russia
          5. Canada
          1. China is about to overtake the United States as the world's largest global warming polluter. Its thirst for oil will double by 2010, requiring another Saudi Arabia to meet its needs. Its air pollution is poised to quadruple in 15 years. Up to 40 percent of the toxic mercury in U.S. soil comes from China. And China's soaring demand for timber makes it the world's biggest driver of rainforest destruction. Fortunately, China's leaders recognize this emerging ecological disaster ...
        2. What would help most to save our planet from Global warming disasters?
          1. Reduce consumption of oil
          2. Reduce consumption of electricity
          3. Reduce use of materials that produce carbon dioxide
          4. Reduce agricultural product that create green house gases
          5. Educate ourselves in use and conservation of resources
        3. 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
        4. What must nations do to limit the damage of global warming?
          1. Reduce dependence on carbon burning fuels
          2. Advocate dependence on carbon burning fuels
          3. Increase dependence on carbon burning fuels
          1. In James Hansen December, 2006 speech to the Geophysical Union, he noted that carbon dioxide emissions are ''now surging well above&quot; the point where damage to the planet might be limited. Speaking to a reporter from The Washington Post, he put it bluntly: Having raised the earth's temperature 1 degree Fahrenheit in the last three decades, we're facing another increase of 4 degrees over the next century. That would ''imply changes that constitute practically a different planet.&quot; The technical terms for those changes include drought, famine, pestilence, and flood. James Hansen was the first leading scientist to explain global warming to the U.S. congress and the American people.

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