According to the scientific american article about

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According to the Scientific American article, about how many barrels of oil has the world already consumed? A . A million A billion B
. C . A trillion D . A quadrillio n The Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards were updated in 2011 after being stagnant for more than 30 years. According to the provided supplemental articles, how much will the new 2011 mileage standards save consumers for each car?
According to the textbook, which of the following technologies is not being considered for reducing fossil fuel use in vehicles?
According to a DOE report, how much could the United States hope to supply off Alaskan drilling (assuming U.S. energy consumption stays at its current level of about 20 million barrels per day)?
Referring to the assigned readings, what were the 2011 proposed miles per gallon (MPG) standards by 2025 from the White House? A . 54.5 mpg
B . 47.7 mpg C . 42.7 D . 39.8 "Drill here, drill now" is a bumper sticker and a rallying cry for a political movement to increase domestic oil production. But considering what you've learned about U.S. oil use and the amount of oil production possible with domestic sources, is this a legitimate policy or a political volleyball? Consider the sources and amount of imported U.S. oil. What could politicians do to alleviate the oil crunch? Are there any viable options considering the current political climate in the

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