EVPP 111 Lecture - Learning Guide 4 - Energy - Patterns of Consumption - Fall 2010

EVPP 111 Lecture - Learning Guide 4 - Energy - Patterns of Consumption - Fall 2010

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EVPP 111 Lecture Fall 2010 Energy: Patterns of Consumption What "fuel" represented early civilization's first use of energy in a form other than food? What were some of the issues associated with the increased use of wood as an energy source? Which source of energy replaced wood when wood supplies declined in Europe and North America? What are fossil fuels? How, in general, are fossil fuels formed? Which fossil fuel was the first to be extensively used, starting around the beginning of the industrial revolution? What was the Industrial Revolution? When & where did it begin? How did per capita energy consumption change with the advent of the Industrial Revolution? What is the link between economic growth and the availability of inexpensive energy? What role did the automobile play in economic growth and energy consumption? What is the relationship between gross domestic product and energy consumption? How does the amount of energy used in industrialized countries compare to that in less developed
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EVPP 111 Lecture - Learning Guide 4 - Energy - Patterns of Consumption - Fall 2010

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