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67.(p. 433)With less than 5 percent of the world's population, the United States contributes to whatproportion of the world's waste? A. less than 10 percentB. about15 percentC.about 30 percentD. over 35 percentBloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Environmental Sociology68.(p. 434)Which strategy is thought to be the most effective in protecting people and the environment from destructive corporate practices? Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Environmental Sociology69.(p. 433)In the United States, people tend to ________ environmental threats. As a result, the wealthy are able to protect themselves, but no comprehensive effort exists to protect everyone, particularly the poor.
Bloom's Taxonomy: ApplyLevel: ModerateTopic: Environmental Sociology70.(p. 433)The individualized approach to environmental threats has ________ environmental problems. Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Environmental Sociology71.(p. 433)Some sociologists argue that corporations could play an important role in solving environmental problems by adopting "green" technologies to increase profits. This perspective is A. widely accepted.B.controversial.C. scientifically proven.D. gaining in popularity.Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: BasicTopic: Environmental Sociology72.(p. 434)A consumer goods company's formula for its economy window cleaner is white vinegar, water, and a little cornstarch. In an effort to market this product as environmentally friendly it labels the product "all natural," even though it did not change any components of the product. This type of promotion is best described as Bloom's Taxonomy: Apply
Level: ModerateTopic: Environmental Sociology73.(p. 434)Is the consumer switch to more eco-friendly products an answer to environmental problems? Bloom's Taxonomy: ApplyLevel: DifficultTopic: Environmental Sociology74.(p. 434)From the sociological perspective, social change, which includes environmental change, happens when ________ change. Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: DifficultTopic: Environmental Sociology