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Unformatted text preview: s and locate there to avoid the impacts of future warming c. Whenever possible, build production facilities that use power based on renewable energy supplies d. Plan capital investments so that they can withstand higher sea levels and more violent weather e. None of the above; all are good policies to follow. Downloader ID: 4365 ID: 4365 18 om 51 Downloader y. c 43 65 51 : 18 ID st Te Do wn lo ad e r ID : de nt bu dd a. Force future annual carbon-dioxide emissions to grow no faster that the rate of growth of the world economy. b. Force future annual carbon-dioxide emissions to grow at a slower rate than the growth of the world economy. c. Force future annual carbon-dioxide emissions to stay at about present levels and remain there. d. Force future annual carbon-dioxide emissions back to the levels of about 1990, and remain there. e. Force future annual carbon-dioxide emissions to a level well below the level of 1990, and remain there. 18 65 Downloader ID: 4365 : on to 1851 st ID: Te Test : 18 51 ID : .s tu ID 51 Te st 43 st ID : 39. Which of the following, if it could be achieved, would be sufficient to solve the problem of Global Warming: ID r de nl oa Do w World population Industrialization – the economic growth of the developing economies Energy efficiency – the energy required to generate income or GDP The different technologies available for producing energy None of the above: All are factors in the Carbon Identity. st Te ID : 51 18 a. b. c. d. e. ut or 40. According to the „Carbon Identity‟, which of the following is not a factor in determining changes in carbon-dioxide flows in the future: Test st Te : ID 51 18 Downl oader ID: 4365 Oxdia @ http://www.oxdia.com This item is shared by the uploader to help you in your studies. It is copyrighted by the creator (copyright owner) of the content. Test ID: 1851 11 Distribution is prohibited without permission from the copyright owner. Solution (if any) is NOT audited, so use at your discretion. ID: 1851 Dow nlo ade r ID: 436 5 Test ID: 1851...
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