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Chapter Twenty-one: The Environment 1. What was the purpose of the Kyoto Protocol? a. to establish procedures for measuring the extent of global warming b. *to establish targets for the reduction of emissions of greenhouse gases c. to reach agreement on a framework for environmental sociology d. none of the above 2. Which of the following is/are at least somewhat associated with global warming? 3. The ability of the Earth to sustain humankind is known as: 4. How do sociologists take an interest in global warming? 5. Within Canada, which province is most strongly opposed to the Kyoto Protocol? a. Ontario b. Quebec c. Nova Scotia d. a & b e. *none of the above 6. Environmental science has become increasingly interdisciplinary because: 7. Environmental sociology emerged as a distinctive area of study with: 8. Which other social movement(s) provided the backdrop for the emergence of the environmental movement?
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9. According to Humphrey and Buttel, the _____________ redirected the anti-corporate sentiments of activists towards environmental concerns such as pollution and resource depletion: a. the nuclear accident at Three Mile Island b. the nuclear accident at Chernobyl c. *the oil spill off the coast of Santa Barbara d. a & b e. none of the above 10. In what year was the first Earth Day held? 11. Early sociological research on the environmental movement focused on:
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