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      If you recycle one aluminium can, you will save enough energy to:
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      • Run a laptop for 15 minutes

      • Light a energy star light bulb for 30 minutes

      • Pop popping corn in a microwave oven

      • Run a TV for around 3 hours

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      1. If you recycle one aluminium can, you will save enough energy to:
        1. Run a laptop for 15 minutes
        2. Light a energy star light bulb for 30 minutes
        3. Pop popping corn in a microwave oven
        4. Run a TV for around 3 hours
        1. This will obviously depend on the energy consumption of your TV, but it gives you a great idea as to just how much energy can be saved during the process of recycling products.

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      2. Fossil fuels provide ___ % of the world's total energy.
        1. 50%
        2. 60%
        3. 70-80%
        4. 90%
        5. 95%
        1. Fossil fuels including coal, natural gas, and oil are formed from the fossilized remains of prehistoric plants and animals, and fossil fuels provide about 95% of the world's total energy.

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      3. Is Global Warming a Hoax?
        1. Yes!
        2. No!
        1. This argument surfaces every now and then during discussions of global warming, often supported by some random and isolated bit of outdated information. Worldwide, every major scientific agency or institution that studies climate, oceans or the atmosphere agrees that the global climate is warming rapidly and the primary cause is greenhouse gas emissions related to human activity.
      4. What is the name of Theo Colborn's book?
        1. Our Given Future
        2. Our Stolen Present
        3. Our Stolen Future
        4. Our Given Present
        1. The book Our Stolen Future brought world-wide attention to scientific discoveries about endocrine disruption and the fact that common contaminants can interfere with the natural signals controlling development of the fetus. At 80, Theo Colborn continues to blaze a trail with her work on the health effects of pollution. She believes that chemicals present in everything from pesticides to plastics to cosmetics, interfers with animals' endocrine system. She founded the Endocrine Disruption Exchange - [link:http://www.endocrinedisruption.com, name:Endocrine Disruption Exchange] - A clearinghouse for research and information on the topic.
      5. 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.
      6. What percent of energy comes from fossil fuels?
        1. 50%
        2. 10%
        3. 6.4%
        4. 94%
        5. 60%

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