Unformatted text preview: d) 50-90% e) We should be able to take it all 4. If you knew that limiting the human share of NPP would mean that billions people would continue to live in poverty, would it affect your answer to question 3? a) Yes b) No 5. Mounting evidence supports the hypothesis that human activities, such as urban sprawl and fossil fuel consumption, are substantially contributing to climate change. Keeping in mind question 1, which may mean you will be around a lot longer than you previously thought, we humans should: a) Immediately take drastic action to reduce carbon emissions b) Take small steps and see c) do more studies d) Gag Al Gore so we don’t have to hear about it e) do both A and D 6. If reducing the human effect on climate change will require painful sacrifices, which of the following would be most palatable? a) big increases in gas prices b) monumental registration fees for gas guzzlers c) limits on air conditioning use d) forced ride-sharing e) none – its all a hoax...
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- Spring '08
- Thought, World population, Life expectancy, NPP