Environmental Trivial Pursuit with answers

Environmental - Environmental Trivial Pursuit Answers are in bold Our"ecological footprint is a metaphor used to depict the amount of land and

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Environmental Trivial Pursuit
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Answers are in bold. Our "ecological footprint" is a metaphor used to depict the amount of land and water area a human population would hypothetically need to provide the resources required to support itself and to absorb its wastes, given prevailing technology. 1. What is the ecological footprint of the average person living in India? a. 0.1 acres b. 1 acre c. 3.5 acres d. 12.2 acres e. 25 acres 2. What is the ecological footprint of the average person living in North America? a. 0.1 acres b. 1 acre c. 3.5 acres d. 12.2 acres e. 25 acres
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1. If all humans were to live as North Americans do, how many planet Earths would it take to sustain them? a. 0.5 b. 1 c. 3 d. 5
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A renewable resource is any natural resource that is depleted at a rate slower than the rate at which it regenerates. A resource must have a way of regenerating itself in order to qualify as renewable. Timber, water, vegetation are examles.
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2011 for the course MGT 3501 taught by Professor Chang during the Fall '10 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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Environmental - Environmental Trivial Pursuit Answers are in bold Our"ecological footprint is a metaphor used to depict the amount of land and

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