Part A. Gallons of Gas and Amount of CO2
1. My car gets an average of 12 miles per gallon (MPG).
2. 1 Round trip (9.6 Miles) x 5 Days = 48 Miles/week
= 4 Gallons/week
12 Miles per gallon
4. 4 Gal
ENVS 158 lecture notes
What do you know about the food you eat?
o Historically: human population growth is ties to food availability
o Early humans: hunter gatherers
99% of human history
most likely a somewhat easy existence if you knew what to
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CHAPTER 1ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS, THEIR CAUSES, AND
1. Which of the following is not a goal of en
What are your thoughts of implementing the Green Dot (DSD) in the US, or in California?
Discuss the economic and environmental impacts. Remember, each student should post a
comment about each lecture then post a response
DSIT 98 Government Buildings
By Hannah Duenwald,
Andrew Huang, Natsuki
DiBene, Ana Gonzalez
San Jose City Hall
San Jose City Hall Overview
Located on 200, East Santa Clara Street, San Jose,
Government Building of the C
C. What is the full name of the agency, CISO, and what is their responsibility?
CISO stands for Chief Information Security Officer. Some of the responsibilities of CISO
are to establish and maintain the enterprise vi
Fundamental Principles of Environmental Education
~Students should have opportunities to develop a personal connection with nature
~Education should emphasize connections with other people and other species, and
between human activities
-Know the steps of the scientific method
Make an observation, question, multiple hypothesis, experiment, analysis/ evaluate
hypothesis (bust or confirmed), start over
-Difference between hypothesis and theory in scientific usage.
Hypothesis is a proposed
What are the economic systems do you know?
Capitalist Economy (Capitalism)
STUDY GUIDE FOR EnvS 152 FINAL EXAMINATION
THE GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION OF GOODS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Please note this aid is provided only as assistance and is not to be considered
comprehensive. The final is comprehensive covering the
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Life Cycle Assessment
Stupid Gift: Pregnancy Test
1. Raw Material Extraction:
- The Pregnancy Tests include key items such as the Immunoassay Strip, Absorbent Pad
and also Plastic Cover (Housing/Body).
ENVS SEC 01
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Ch. 19 - Review Questions
Respond: Explain why weather & climate are not the same.
Weather is the short term changes in atmospheric variables like temperature, rain, etc.
while Climate is the long term. Climat
ENVS -1 Sec 01
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Ch. 24 Reading Notes
The Major concepts of this chapter were how the government can create a more
sustainable community through new policies, the process of actually creating new
policies and ha
04 September 2014
1. One impact of invasive species is that they can bring diseases into different areas of the
world since that region is not accustomed to the new alien species and also their existence
TOPICAL SUMMARY PAPER
Topical Summary Assignment
Global Poverty Topical Summary; Global Poverty, Trade, and Social Equity
The world economy is driven by satisfying the needs of those with high demand,
Assignment: Food Eco-Footprint
Is the globalization of food affecting our ecological footprint in the US, and how?
1. Define the ecological footprint tool.
The ecological footprint tool measures human appropriation of ecosystem products and ser
Meeting demand for global mobility in a low carbon future requires a
revolution in transportation technologies. In a two-degree future, alternative
transportation fuel pathways and vehicles are deployed rapidly over the next two
decades to achieve necessa
A vehicles fuel economy is not often a lead factor in vehicle purchase decisions (Turrentine &
Kurani, 2007). Furthermore, improvements to vehicle fuel economy reduce the demand for fuel,
which is counterproductive to the business model of
CHAPTER 24POLITICS, ENVIRONMENT, AND SUSTAINABILITY
1. For most people, Denis Hayes best known project was
a. pushing legislation for the Environmental Protection Agency
b. starting the Environmental Defense Fund
c. organization of the fir
CHAPTER 25ENVIRONMENTAL WORLDVIEWS, ETHICS, AND
1. What was the major point learned in the 1991 Biosphere 2 experiment?
a. How to recycle waste and wastewater.
b. How to grow a rainforest in an enclosed area.
c. CO2 recyclin
CHAPTER 18AIR POLLUTION
1. The Asian Brown Cloud is approximately the size of
d. China and India
e. Continental U.S.
TOP: 18-0 Core Case Study
2. Which of the following is not a part of
CHAPTER 21SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTE
1. What percentage of e-waste components contain materials that could be recycled or reused?
TOP: 21-0 Core Case Study
2. Much of the e-waste in
CHAPTER 23ECONOMICS, ENVIRONMENT, AND SUSTAINABILITY
1. According to the World Bank, what percentage of the worlds people are classified as living in
TOP: 23-0 Core Ca
CHAPTER 22CITIES AND SUSTAINABILITY
1. The major means of transportation for citizens of Curitiba, Brazil, is
c. mass transit
d. alternative fuel vehicles
e. personal motor vehicles
TOP: 22-0 Co
CHAPTER 20WATER POLLUTION
1. Lake Washington, near Seattle, was degraded by the growth of which of the following?
a. coliform bacteria
d. aquatic plants
TOP: 20-0 Core Ca
CHAPTER 19CLIMATE DISRUPTION AND OZONE DEPLETION
1. Greenlands glaciers contain what percentage of the worlds freshwater?
TOP: 19-0 Core Case Study
2. Scientists studying climate chan
CHAPTER 17ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS AND HUMAN HEALTH
1. A 2003 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicated what percentage of
Americans over the age of 6 had trace BPA levels in their urine above EPA thresholds.
CHAPTER 14GEOLOGY AND NONRENEWABLE MINERAL RESOURCES
1. A common form of extracting gold from rock used in Australia and North America is
a. power flushing
b. cyanide heap leaching
c. sulfuric acid leaching
d. hydraulic scouring