Week 9 - waste - Week 9 Supplemental Review 1.What is Carbon Token a Carbon credits are typically measured in tons of CO2 equivalents \u2026 To give a

Week 9 - waste - Week 9 Supplemental Review 1.What is...

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Week 9: Supplemental Review:1.What is Carbon Token?a.Carbon credits are typically measured in tons of CO2 equivalents. … To give a brief explanation on how carbon token is proposed to investors by individuals/ entities, is by convincing public on the potential increase of value in these carbon token which are driven by trading of carbon credit in the international market. b.Incentives to prevent carbon emissions. c.CA if you have a hybrid you can use a carpool lane. 2.What is Clean Coal?a.Created in 2008 by R&R i.A marketing propaganda- political way to continue the consumption of coal ii.Still burning coal, not making anything better because chemicals are still being released b.Clean Coal technology is a collection of technologies being developed in attempts to lessen the negative environmental impact of coal energy generation and to mitigate worldwide climate change.Week 7: Video: Vice – The Cost of Climate Change1.What risks did we already know about Florida before Hurricane Irma?a.We already knew the amount of damage to expect from the storm. 2.Is the flood program (NFIP) in debt? If so, by how much? Who subsidizes the flood program?3.What is the Florida governor’s actions on flood prevention?a.Increase water monitoring.4.What is the Paris Climate Change Agreement? What is the current US stance regarding the Paris Climate Agreement?a.Agreement within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, US withdrawal. 5.How long has academicians and scientists have been in agreement about climate change? What % of scientists believe that climate change exist?a.Since the 1950’s with 97% of scientists agree it is real.6.What does it mean that political debates are being dressed up as a scientific debate?a.Political debates resolve a lot round climate change and funding research. 7.When did the ExxonMobil Oil company first have awareness regarding climate change? What didthey know?
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a.Since the 1970’s they knew fossil fuels were the cause.8.What case study does the program compare the climate change uncertainty theory to?a.9.What types of investigations are ensuring in New York?a.Mitigation investigations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. 10.Are the best practices amongst the oil industry?a.Trained safety leaders, leadership, healthy workplaces. 11.What is carbon taxing? (There is also informationion in your textbook).
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